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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1940
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PAGE FOUR BLYfHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS URSbAY, APRIL 11, 10'iO Social Calendar FRIDAY'S i, First Baptist church, meeting seven o'clock at cliurcli. Mrs. J. D. Alktns find Mrs. T. L, Cassldy entertaining' Dorcas Sunday sclfopl class, First Baptist cliui'di, 2:30 o'clock nt cliurcli. Woman's club having general come tlie brfcle of Louis Trowbridge Jr., of FfermlJiglon,' Mo, April 21. Each of the 18 guests made » kitchen lowcl lo present the guosl* of o'clock at club house. llcy with Die sewing, they ulaycd sanies. High score prl/.c went lo Miss Netlra Bcrryninn and low score to Miss liuby trugliey. Violets, narcissuses, spirta anil Mrs. W. I>. McClurkln entertain- i olller s ' lrinB f!mvors mn ' lc a folor ' " Friday Bridge club i'"' uiK-kground for Uic unity. • - ' Aflcr Mrs. I'ssilmmiria and Miss Elmwood Cemetery association ] meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Colillioii club having dance at liiiclintinn hntl oiwncd lliclr gifts, llie hostesses served snmlwiches, cake and hot chocolate. American Legion HUl, 10 o'clock. Delta Kapp Gamma meeting ten Inllluie Mrs. Lowe o'clock at. Hotel Noble. ~" Mr. and Mrs. Kirshner Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, R. P. Klr.slmei- celebrated their silver wedding anniversary with a dinner parly last night at their suburban home on Tlie local chapter of Hie Order of the Eastern Slur initiated Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe Tuesday night fit a 'meeting at- the JInll. Plans were niatlc 'to attend tlie meeting «t Wilson tonight when the deputy grand lecturer makes her olilcial visit lo thai chapter. Mrs. ,). E. Patterson. Mrs. W. A. SHcknion, Mrs. Marvin CriUeudcii Highway 61 north !"'"' XIlM Mnrsaret Snide were The Rev. Wank G. S|)lIlJi D. D.' Hostesses durliiB the social hour of Omaha, . Neb,. lather of M IS .| which followed. Jomnills, liynclnlhs, Klrslirter, was here lor the anniversary celebration of his ciiuigli- Ilie folk Business Cllrl'.i • Circle of (lie i mixed chorus sung a Scotch Woman's Missionary society, First I song mid the girls' glee club sung Methodist cluirch, at the church. Hie "Parade of (lie Woodon 'sol- Miss Ctipilol'a and Allinnel Whitworth were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry snug Wooclon Sol diers" ami "Amaryllis". Physical cduc.illon program in high school was discussed by duet, "Crossing Hie Bar", Tlicy | Blanflll Cntehln mid In junior iilgti " " ""'""' '"" " "' " " " '" particular cmpliasis on the were accompanied by Karl li. Stiy- dcr, The meditation given hy Mrs. James IIIII Jr., was followed with it tilk on "Tlie Life of Missionary by Mrs, Joe iff for whom lie performed (he rites 25 years ago In Kansas City. Mo. At that lime, he was minister o[ (lie First Congregational cliurcli of Hint city. Last nighl, he was the only other member of the wedding party aulc to be present. Members of the Thursday Luncheon club and their husbands were guests nt llic pnrty for which invitations were tvlso sent to n number of out of town people. A wliite decorative scheme was used for tlie dinner. White oirnn- tions, narcissuses and lilies flanked by while tapers formed the center decoration for llic table which was arranged T shape mid at which the 15 euesls were scaled. - Dinner w&s followed with a <i»lv. session in which Mrs. A. O. Little was the winner among HID women roses, violels and other fknvei'.s dcroialcd the hall. spring Included in tho 27 present were' Mr. inui Mrs. George W. Patterson, vsiilors. > * » l'rcp;irc for Costume Ball Snlurilny Nisht ' Farmer and city slicker, gypsy and tlisuilary. lougli and smoothie nrc preparing for gain appearances nt the costume bnll of the Colllllon club Saturday nighl at the American Uglon Hut. Colic tiiolU and his orchestra from Memphis arc to ploy for this annual party: Members of llie club may call for Ihelr programs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Terry, fi24',i Mnln slrcet, toddy nml lomorroH', llic committee in charge announced today. « » t 1'lsj-s C.irds With Club and Byron Morse, among (he men. Mrs. George JVciiffer plnycd cards In addition to other gifts o: silver, Mrs. KIrshuer was presented iced tea spoons by members of llic Luncheon club. * » • Entertain With Bridge Luncheon A bridge luncheon' in tlie spring motif was given ysetordny afternoon by Mrs, S. Jicdcl and Mrs. Loy Welch for 12 gnesls at the .llcdcl homo. Yellow and green predominated In llic spring shades used for the party decorations. Rcilbiuls and vio- Jets added colors to the' ciilcrlnln v Ing room?, while while iinrcissases were used for the cenlerpiccc of the rtlning (able. Sherbet cups were arranged' lo represent blooming planls, being llutct} with paper in various pastel shades, and ornamented with bows lo set off the swcclpens blooming in the centers. Gift packn.EK were wrapped in yellow and green and decorated with a-design corresponding lu the one on the tallies. Mm. Hiram Wylle was presented high and Mrs. Chester Cakhvcll, second high score prize, in Ihe games. Tiic cut prize went to Mrs. Jesse Taylor. members of the Wednesday Uridge club yesterday afternoon when Ihcy were; enlerluinetl tit llic home of Mrs. FYim.worlh [Hack. A spring iwuiuul of mixed flow- oia wuh iuiui.Ljcd in the center of the dinner table at which lunch was served. Mrs. ciiiirlcji Rose war, high and Mrs. c. A, Cunningham, second high scorer, in the bridge games which followed. Pirns 'Hie Ham PJIIUT annual barn .dance of the Mrs. B. I!, William.'* reixiHed briefly on llic Missionary conference liclil recently In Comvny. Miss Mary Hublcr presided over Ihe business .session, alter which (he lioslcsses served it dessert comae lo Uie 23 members present,. Make Ki'jHii-ts On Stale Convention Report!) on the stiile convention of Hie P. E. O. Sisterhood, held recently In Port Smith, were gjven by Mrs. Marion Williams anil Mrs. William Uwslic. delegates, al a meeting or Chapter D yesterday afternoon nl the home of Mrs. li. U. Houi-liiiis. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy untl Mrs, floncblns entertained n mcinucr.s nnd one guest, Mrs. J. Alien Webb of California, Mo., with a lt;nclicon which wns carried out In llie sts- Icrhood color, yellow. Jonquils K-erc iiKwl on Hie small luncheon "lie* while oilier spring flowers were nvriiiiged about the house. Mrs. IS. A. Lynch mid Mrs. Ilouehiiw, who nlso atteiulctl (he convention in Fort Smith, commented briefly. I'ltins were tli.scus.sed for tlie Cotlcy Colleijc tea given annually by members of Chapter D and Chapter N for (jlrl grndtintcs ot the city high school. This yen;- the affair will be Apr. JM ul ijic homo of Mrs. A. Conwny. Has Club I'urly Jonquil!;, narcissuses and verbenas decorated the home of Mrs. James Q. Clark yesterday afternoon when she had (he Town and Country club • parly nl her home. Mrs. W. A. Alilick, Mrs. Uotlney 11. lianlster and Mrs. C. II. Wroten paiyed curds with the club members. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of tlie games in which Mrs. Arc Guesls Of Club Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. C. Cunningham and Mrs. Rodney U i rjingcr, Banister were guests of Mrs. Elton W. kirby Tuesday aflcnionn when she entertained members of Uic Tuesday Bridge club with a party at her home. A centerpiece of tulips au<l rt/scs was used on the. dining table at. which iuiich \vas served. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was high ami Mi's. • Harry Kirby, scconrl nigh scorer in the bridge games which followed. Bachelors' club will be given Tuesday night, Apr, 23. lit the city' auditorium. It was decided nt a mectlnj of Die cinb Tuesday night, when H new member.'; were taken inlo the club. Music for the barn dance will be by (he Sivlfl .Jewel Cowboys. All who attend must come In overalls and gingham dresses, and prizes will be awarded for the most original "hillbilly" boy and girl. Members of Ilic group made plans lo attend the dance in Osceola which is being given for them tonight hy members of the Norlh- cast Arkansas Young Men's chib. of lhal city. New Bachelor members arc: Leon W. Mashburu, iiolaud Bishop, nob Porter. Cliff Council. W. A. Mrs. Clark was high and U'roten, second high scorer. * * » .limcs-Sniilli Kites Solemniiccl Sundity ' Mrs. Franklin Michjc announces (ho marriage of her sister, Miss Etta Grey smith, to W. E. Joiics, of Memphis. The ceremony war, solemnized Sunday. ' • • ,' • Air. and Mrs. Jones will reside m Memphis whore Mr. Jonc;, is engaged in llic hardware business * * * Junior-Senior Clnuip Elculs New Officers Mrs. Harry W. Hiijncs was training for girls, by Lctilla Neul. It was Ulinounced that, classes would begin lit the gymnasium lomoiTow, Study of the coii/icivalion of natural resources which ,is now compulsory hy law was discussed by Miss Virginia Williams, who described what .she had done In this line In her junior high classes nnd what .she plans to do in the future in regard to this cou^c. Hcpoit on the freshman project which Is a community survey was given by Miss Effl? Lee Terrell. The program of toilet was concluded witli an explanation of Uic diversified occupations program by George Council. A brief film, "Daylightlhg the Padres Trail", was shown 011 the sound picture machine which was given the school by last, year's senior class. Tlie machine is being used In pursuing Special lines of study in llic classrooms. ' * • Surprise I'aity Given For Mrs, T. II. Haynes Mrs. T. H. llaynes was surprised with a birthday party given yesterday afternoon . al the home- of her (laughter. Mrs. Russell FVirr. The party was arranged by Mrs. John Fealhcrslon. Twelve guests were cntevlauied al bridge games In which Mrs. Emma Nolen received the prize. The games were ployed in rooms decorated with tulips, spirca and other spring flowers. The guest of honor was showered with hiindkcrchief.5. After they dad been 'presented lo her, a combination sandwich and dessert plate was served. ll.ts Wiener Itoast Members of the Intermediate B. Y. p. U. of the Second Baptist Bits o! New. Mottly Rev. and Mrs. J. Waller Mrs. Jake Meadows and daughter, Joan, of Memphis, attended to business and visited friends here yesterday. Mrs. Meadows, wlio Is tlie wife of Or. Jake Meadows, head of llic science department of Southwestern college, Is the farmer Miss Margaret Cobb, who made her first visit back here yesterday In 15 yearn, Mrs. Ellon W. Klrby, Mrs. W. L. llorncr and Miss Nannie Clarke Smith spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin went to Memphis yesterday aunt, Mrs. Mattle to met Jackson, her of Hardy, who returned with her for a visit ivilli her sister, Mrs. J. A. JiRircll, and oilier relatives. Mrs. Mabel I'allon, of Newport, returned home yesterday after visited Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Manila Society—Personal - Mrs. L. B. Barcroft, who has been tho guest of her skier, Mrs. Jitn Barcroft, returned to her home In Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore spent, Tuesday iu Blythevllle as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moore. R. J. McKhnion spent Wednesday in Memphis. * * * Tho p. T. A. of Maniln s-.-liool met Tuesday afternoon In Die high school auditorium. Miss Cliola McCormick had charge of the program for the afternoon. The high school girls glee club under tlie direction of Miss Carolyn Halfy rendered a beautiful selection, "The Qrccn Cathedral." The third grade boys presented their room project, where tho wives of llic members had already assembled. The dlnhig table was lovely In lace wilh a centerpiece of lilies and miniature bride and groom. Mr. Hullon recently married the former Mrs, Jane Crafton. Old fashioned songs and games were played and sung, Robert KII- llan, present chairman of the board of stewards, presented Mr. and Mrs. Hulton with a lovely bedspread from the members of the church board. He told of Mr. Mutton's years of service in the cliurcli here. Mr. Hulton has served on the board of directors for M years. Read Courier News want ads, EXPERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Am £r»«,i Margaret's BEAUTYJHOP REDUCE SENSfBLY Swedish Masuge, Vap. Bitbs Mr*. Ruth Lawhon Local School Boasts Full N.E.A. Membership] The local school system with 100 per cent, membership in the National Education Association assisted Arkansas in qualifying for the 1940 honor roil of N.E.A. in March, according to state Director W. P. Hall. that of a moving picture of the A J)lac c °" lllc ro " is predicted history of boats. Boats of all kinds! uptm a 10 P* 1 ' ccn(; increase church enterta!h»:l at Miss Helen Wheat's home'Tuesday night. Twenty guests present |ila>e;! games. Prizes went to the following: Ruth Phclps, Leon Davis, Lila Hudson, Phillip Graves, Mary-Ellen Overtoil. Homer Brown, Carroll Scnnfield, Alls Akrcs. Refreshments were served after the games. j Turner. Om-rnrd C«l,dlti;"l'jei, A. W |,!tc, Ben Smith. Mac Hodgson Mo- iMcximdcr, SJICIKCI- Alexander. Knterl.-iiiis Club Mrs. Uoyrt Slickinon nnlciIninttl members ot llic Tuesday club mid one "guest, Mrs. Charles Criggcr Jr., yesterday afternoon at her home. Tlie spring scheme was carried out in her llovvers, tallies nnd the. salad iilalc sewed al the conclusion of the Baiucs. elected president of re..... Junior- Senior I'nront Teacher association at n meeting ut (he school yesterday nfiernoon. A program on "Enriching Uic Junior nnd Senior High School Curriculum" was presented lifter |hc business session. Other officers chosen to serve tills year are us follows : Mrs, It. E. Bluylock, nrst, vice president; Miss Ellic Lcc Terrell, second vice president; Mrs. Ross Stevens sec- c . lliggfnson, retary; M,-s. treasurer. Musical immlicis on tlie program Included o solo. ••Summer Sere- nude," by Mrs. H. j. Kleinrticnst nnd three numbers by junior high school .students under the direction To Attend Luncheon. Of Lake Lure Club Twelve local people will '• go to Memphis Saturday for the'luncheon of the ukc Lure club composed of Memphis and Tri-Slnte girls? who attended Lake Lure Camp nt'Bre- vard. N. C., last summer. The luncheon is to lie n mother and daughter aifiiir In a private- dining room of the Peabpdy at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. Ktlna Warner, director of the camp, will be. n special gucsl. Miss Nsimic ClaiKe Kmilli nnd Mrs. Chnrles G. Morchead, coun- sellors for Ihc.cnmp, |)lan tp atr lend. Also iiom here will be Mrs. C. W. Afflick mid daughter,' Miss Mary Jean Afnick;"Mrs. Ross Hughes and daughter, AJiss;Nanc\ . Minynrd nnd other Mends here lor two days. Mrs. J. J. Trnynor Sr., of St. Ijouls, Is spciuling this week hero with her son, John J. Trnynor Jr., and Mrs. Trnynor, She plans to return home Sunday. Miss Christine Barnuni and Miss Clara Robinson of Carulhmvillc, Mo., spent Sunday with Miss Virginia Belle Bust wood, also of that city, who was the housegucst of her aunt. Kfrs. Belle Wood. Miss Jewel Eulninks, u student at George Penbody college in Nnili- ville, TCIIH, and a counsellor in Lake Lure Camp for girls, and J. E. Allmon, of Llltle Rock, will be the week end guests of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith. Miss Marie Rusliin and MJS. S. Hcsnlek of Poplar Bluff, Mo., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morgan ami Mrs. L. L. Richardson. Miss Mildred Moore will spend tlie week end In Cn|ie Oirartleau, Mo., as the guest of Miss Katy Hurrts. .She is going especially for lllc annual banquet of Die Clio society of which she was a member when she attended Southeast Missouri State Teachers college. J. A. Leech has gone lo Mayfield, Ky., lo join Mrs. Leech for Ihe funeral of her falhcr. Dr. B. Flint, who iiicd at his home in Orange, Calif., Sunday morning. Among the Blythevillc people who plan to go to MayfieUI tomorrow for tile funeral arc Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwny, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little and Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Lawshe. I'\ B. Eastwood, of Canillicisville, attended to business in Dlytlrcville yesterday. He was accompanied home by Ills daughter, Miss Virginia Belie Eastwood, who hnd spent two weeks here with her aunt; Mrs. Belle Wood. 1 Mrs. James 13. Clark went lo St. Louis this inornin.g: lo attend to business for a few days. /Mrs. Ednn Warner, director of lake Lure Camp for Girls in North Carolina, \vlll_spcnd a few days here with friends. She will return here with Blyllici'ille people who plan to attend the Lake Liire luncheon in Memphis Saturday. Townsend Club One Meets Friday Night Townscnd club, No. One, meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at (lie courthouse, according lo announcement mrxle todnv. were portrayed on the miniature screen from Ihe simple canal to the most modern battleships and passenger steamers. Mrs. w. J, LeRoy gave a talk on "Girl scouts". Interesting in This view proved very of the fact that the organization of a Girl Scout troop Is being planned will] the help of Mrs. LeRoy. Mrs. Elvis liyrd, president, presided over the business session which followed t;ie program. Plans were discussed for attending the County Council P. T. A. meeting hi Leachvllle, April 19. Forty-three members were present, with Mrs. John Morris and Mrs. Macie Williams rooms tied for first place for having the most mothers present. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served in the Home Economics building, * * « The Baptist W. M. U. met in the auditorium of the cliurcli for their regular meeting Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Green, Bible study leader, conducted the Bible study, which was very interesting to those present. Mrs. Green lias taught the BiWc studies for several yeais. Mrs. George Curtwrisht presided over tlie business meeting which followed the entertainment program. Fourteen members were present. J. M. Huttan was honored Monday night by llic Roanl of Slew- artls of the Melhodist church for his many years of service as chairman of the board of directors. The board met Monday night at the church for a business session and immediately afterwards went to the home of Mrs. H. w. Cowans members of the N.E.A. Mr. Hall said 681 Arkansas educators were members of Ihe national organization last year. This year the number had increased to 105 in March. Oilier schools with 100 per cent membership were: D. T. Rogers school at Joncsboro, Okolona High sohol, Jacksonville high school, Cenlcrvillc school, Osccola school system. Russellvillc school system, Greenwood school system, Harford school, Blue Hill school, Pulaski county. Bses are laid at the rate of 7GO every second by Die liens in the United Stales, HAM Coo-X ouf o'l ill /(over wi'ln Ji lea- spoon AlcpJffiVie. GRAVY Accenl noloiol meal favor a tew <3'°P' "' BEANS Mopleine—m"9 lc lor bakec! beam. Gel a Sollle from yourgrocer-won Stout? FOR SIZCS 3d TO 54 $5.00 Tills popular VENUS foundation garment will smooth . out bulges evenly and enable you to wear youv new frocks'morn becomingly. It's amazing ho\'.< easily the desired svelte line is obtained. Tin's sure easy way to figure control gives you an uplifted bustline, firm contour and gracefully rounded hips. The New York Store I'honc HG Hughes; Mrs. Russell Phillips anil] Officers urged all members lo at••--•• (curt and issued iin invitation to the putjtic. HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 PINTS A DAY Doctors s3v jour tidncys contain 15 niilce of tiny tufces ot tiltcia which hcln to jmtify (he bluwl ant} keep von healthy. Kiilncy.i' rciuov cicc^s acids ana i>uisonom xvutc ironi vom blood- Tlicy Iiel[i most people pass about 3 pml* a I!BV. When disorder ot kiritu-.y, function permilA poisonous matter tu rcmnin in ymir lilotxJ, it may rftiisc unggitiK l)acl\achp, rhrumatio pajtu, leg pains, loss of pep ami energy, gelling t;» nijrjhtg, Bwclluig, ptLUjiiF&s un<ler tlie eyes, hca<!- achee and (Juriness, Frctiueut or eranty [135- i-apfs with- smarting atni burning sometimes showa there is sonietJjiu& wrong ivjth your fcidnevs or liladdcr.- Don't wait! 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