The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 15, 1940
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PAGE:TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS- Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tars. R. N. Hill nnd Mrs. C. E. Crlgger Sr. entertaining Mnple Grove, Cemetery association, 2:30 o'clock at Crtgger home. Sisterhood .of Temple Israel meeting eight o'clock will! Mrs. M. Nlckol of Osceoln. Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. N. M. SeiiBenbaugli in Sikos- tan. Mrs. B. P. Potter having Tuesday Contract club. ' Mrs. Don Smith .• entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Ward Parent Teacher association meeting 3:00 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Armorcl Parent Touchers association having "Father's Night" program nt eight o'clock. Mrs. John Thomas Scnnlon entertaining ADO Bridge club. .:. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Prosperity 'club meeting with Mrs. 2: B. Sallba, 2:30 o'clock. Past Matrons and Patrons club of the Order of the Eastern Star nieelln* with Mrs. George W. Bar- him. 7:30 o'clock. •Mrs. Wyiitt Henley entertaining Thursday Hook chib. Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract culb meeting s'llh Mrs. Carroll Blakemorc. Mrs. Tom Bradshcr entertaining Thursday Dessert club at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Ralph Bcrryinim having Thursday Bridge club. Mid-Week Bridge chib meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Double Pour Bridge club meet- in gwllh Mrs. Raymond Smllh. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Biu of Newt Modly Pecwatk , "What's his system—kiss-and-tell?" ;• "Oh, uuicli too shy for that!—just peck-and-nm." Mary I-asiey lo Wefl P. W. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Paul Augustus Lasley, of Little Rock, have announced the engagement, of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Dr. Paul Williams Hoover, son of the Hcv. anc Mrs. John L. Hoover of Camdcn, Ark. The wedding will be solemnized in May. Miss Lasley is a former Blylhs- ville girl, having made her home here with her parents for a number of years until they moved tc Little Rock when Mr. Lasley opened a law office thers. She is a niece of Mrs. H. A. Smith, nlso formerly of this city. She was graduated from'the Little Rork high school and the University of Arkansas, FnycttevlUe where she became a member o. the Chi Omega sorority. Sha- war presented to Society with a groin'-' of girls 'the winter of 1935-3C to make her formal debut ami is a member of the Girls Cotillion club of Little Rock. Dr. Hoover attended Hcmlrlx college at Comvay and Is a graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. He served nn Interneship at the Alameda County hospital, Oakland, Calif., and is now executive surgical resident nl the Baptist state hospital, Little Rock. 4 * ' « Class to Meet Members of the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church will meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Little, Miss Jenny Wvcn Dillahunty, Miss Patty Shane. Mr, and Mrs. Jim J. Pickrcn, Don Petlil. W. K. Francis, Richard Becker, Jerry Harwell, Jack P. Robinson, Carl Gnnske, Leon Chambers. Wayne Stnrkc, B. Goodman, Jack O'Keefc, George Cross Jr.. Joe Dildy. Toler Buchanan. Bob Porter, FMy Beck, George Council, Farris McCnlla of Memphis, and J. E. Allmon. of Little Hock, a, * » I'etr.rlcry Group Meets Eight members of the Elmwood Cemetery association met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore. Plans were made to bcgi'.i work •n the cleaning; ot the cemetery today. After the t» session, the .ic.itess served a salad |>lato. Daughter Born A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Shciman Colbert at 12:15 o'clock Sunday morning .at thoir .Mjps'^flii Squti) Sixteenth street. rjje.|)a%y who weighed soven nod one half pounds, has not yet been .wined. The Colberts have one jthcr child, a four year old son. inmed Usrcy. .Invc nHclgc Tarty Fur Week End Guests Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch enter- ;air.ed 'M guests al a bridge party ,t Ihcir home Saturday night in -innor of their houscgucsls. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Maun, of Newport. The .spring colors ;vcn'c cmpha- >iz?d In Ihe boucjuMs of jonquils, .ulips, narcissuses a^d other flowers. A dessert course, of cake ani ice crcum lopped with strawberries ,vas served. J._ Dr. nnd Mrs, J. A. Saliba spent yesterday In Jonesboro with their daughter, Miss Alice Sjillba, who Is a student, nt Arkansiis Slntc college. P. c. Meyer spent, the w«ek oriel ill Dcntoii. III., with his parents. Maltha Lou Gwynn spent tlic week end In Oscoola as Hie guest of rtinm MHC Gibson, daughter ol Mr. nnd Mrs. lilchard Gibson. Mrs. T. J. Crowder Is able to be out niter having been 111 of a cold for n few dnys. Mrs. Murray Smart is convalcsc- Ing at her homo after having been slrlc-kcn critically III seven weeks Dr. S. P. Martin :md Mr. niul Mrs. Joe Ijitzclfelner of Columbia. Mo., have gone on a Western trip. Tliey plan to visit Or. Martin's sister. Mrs. O. C. Vcrnon, In las Angeles. Cnltf., and to visit In other Interesting points ol California iiad other western slates. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Hill, of HayU, visited friends here Sunday afternoon. Mrs, C. W. Afflick, Mrs. 'i'. j. Mahan and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry nre spending today in Helena. They will be accompanied home by Mrs. Mnx Miller, of that city, who will visit Mrs. Afflick and other frlenus here. Mrs. M. J. Sritc is critically ill at, her home, 123 West Davis ave. Sidney Newconib West Jr., of Little Hock, came yesterday to be with his imclc, B. G. West, until Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls ami sons returned yesterday from Kan- hospital. 'I'he baby who weighed I sas City where they attended tfos To Hold Final | County P. T. A. Meeting Friday, Members of the 10 Parent readier Associations of Mississippi County schols have been Invited to attend the final meeting of the county association this school year which Is to be held Friday at UTiclivllle. Election pf officers with jnstalln- tlon Immediately following and addresses by W. D. McClurkln, superintendent, of the Blylhevillo city i MONDAY, APU1L 15, .194<L. the outdoor activities for the circus which is to be June (i. The same Indian wilt also be an Instructor in woodcraft ant! camp- Ing at Camp Frlcrson at Jonesboro this summor. Lewis, Goforth Named Town*end "Captain*" T. L. Leivis and T. W. Goforlh were appointed captains of the membership drive at the meeting of Towiisend Club No. One Friday night at the- courthouse. Members who participated on the sihoals, and H. B. Schwartz di- ! P 1 '°8>' r "n which followed (tie biisl- '• '•'•'•' - ess session were; Miss Belly rector ol athletics of Arkansas Slate College, Jonesboro, will hlBh- liylil the all-day meeting, It has been announced by Mrs. Marlon Williams of Blythevlllc. president,. The meeting, to be held at tlie J,e;ic))V|lle school, will open nt 10 o'clock following 'an executive hoard meeting al 0:45 o'clock. A devotional by a Leachville minister antl music will precede Mr, Mc'Clurkln's rutdrcks nt \OM o'clock on "Mental Hygiene." Luiich will be served in Ihc Home Economics Cottage by stu- lents of this class In the Leachville school. Tn the afternoon, Mr. Schwartz ivill spook on '"Health and Sporls" mil the officers will be elected nnd nstalled. A record attendance Is being sought for this third and Anal meeting of the school year, Mrs. Williams said. North Fiist street, 11 was announced today. Sun Burn. Mr. ami Mrs. Morris Zcllner arc the parents of a son horn Saturday morning al Memphis Baptist seven mid one hulf pounds, lins not yet been iwjned. First Aid Classes To Begin Tonight The First Aid class which is to be sponsored here by the local chapter of the American Red Cross will begin tonight, Mrs. Tom Bradsher, executive secretary, announced today. meeting of the Mid West hospital association and visited Dr. Walls' brother and family. They had been gone, since Tuesday. :' A. G. Shililcy arid Earl O'Neal, of Jonesboro, left this morning foi Akhison, Kans.; where they will attend to business. Bill Morse Named Church Group Official Bill Morse was elected vice president of the Young People's Leas of the Arkansas Presbytery which met. in Joneiboro Friday and Sal in-day. He will be installed fit the Fellowship conference at Fcnicliff in .lune. Also at, the meeting, Pat Harrison conducted the worship sen-ice Snl- urday afternoon, He was ii.ssi.sied by Mnrjorle Stevens, Jack Cliam- blin. Doris Mulr, June While, ant Bill Clmmblin, who gave » five minute tnlk on "Opportunities to: Service" which was the worsln, subject,. Jasspon Speaks To Shawnee F.F.A. Group The Shawnee chapter of Future timers held (heir annual Father nd Son banquet Friday, April 12 n the cafeteria of the school, with he Home Economics department crvliig the meal, ucorge Slsk. local lianter secretary, presided us (oas'l- iirisler. Those in «(tendance were ne boys, their fathers iin'd a large lumber of local farmers. The principal speaker was W. H. Jnspon, president of the Memphis Chamber of Commerce who spoke on "The Future of Southern Agriculture." others on the program were Joe Saliba and Maurice Brownlee, members ol the local Br, R. B. Sdilrmcr of the Mississippi County Health unit is to teach the class which will jneel at 7:30 o'clock in the- junior high school building. Mr Discuss Plaits For Boy Scout Circus Plans for the 'annual Boy Scon circus which ts to be held IhL year in Forrest City were clisctisse ,. 01 ., u ,,., u ..„;,„„„> , , nt » moclliig of the executive bbar< is. Cecil Wlngflcld, Stcele. ad- Eastern Arkansas district coun;i At The Hospitals Illytlicville Hospital G. W. Dlllahmity. | Mrs. W. D. McClurkin was prc- r nie Rev. James A. Overholscr, I senlcd n relish dish for high .score pastor of the church, will give the last in a seriet of talks on "Presbyterianism." * » . Annual Costume Ball I Held at Hut Saturday. East is East and West is but Ihe twain, met in Blylhcville Saturday night when cowgirls shook hands with chinrac while figures from other foreign countries and lircmlncnt people of tills country looked on ot Uic costume ball given by the Cotillion club at the American Legion Hut. Mr. and. Airs. FJ. ,\. Nelson as Confucius and Ills wife received fust place as the best dressed ccuple. The prize among the men went to Thad NIcol who was dressed as Baby Snooks, and among ihc women lo Mrs. Don Smith, who was a cowgirl. Couples danced lo Ihc music di . Cclie Stoltz nnd his orchestra out of Memphis while balloons wavrfi from the ceiling and confetti filled the air. Mr, and Mrs. John Thomas Sconlon and Mr. and Mrs. llcnmm Canton attended the dance as new members of the. club. The : guest list follows: Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, Miss Sara Jo UUla. Miss Dorothy Ivliller, Miss francos .ni/e among the women nnd Cecil Shane, spring tie.s for high among ihe vne;i. Mis. Mann was Riven a linen breakfast cloth. Mr. Mann, who formerly nwclc his home here, i; a brother of Mrs. Lynch. He nnd Mrs. Mann and Lhuir two dtvughiers. Martha and Mary, returned home yesterday afternoon after having spent the week cud lie-re. Class to Iltivc I'.nsiiuss Meeting. Members of the i'ticucan Sunday school class of the First Baptist church arc being urged lo attend the business meeting of the tomorrow iiiRht M 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. iiol) Chiles. :!OD Grand High Priest To Be Masons' Guest i milled. Mrs. Bertha llanley. city, dismissed. Patsy Louise Speck, city, dismissed. Jim- Kelly. Dell, dismissed. Mrs. Franklin Atkins, city, :. dis.- - Walter C. Hlckmon. of Lltllr. Rock, grand High Priest, will be a guest at the meeting of the lioyal Arch Masons tomorrow afternoon at five o'clock al Ihe Hall. Followirg the degree work for which Iherc Is n class of six. the members and their guest will have supper at the Noble Hotel. To Give Concert At School Tuesday Night A' concert will be given by the Blythevlllc high .school Glee Club Tuesday night at the high school auditorium at eight o'clock accord- Ing to Announcement, made today. Miss Minute Clarke Smith Is director of the glee club. Program to be presented by the group will be announced later. Proceeds from the concert will be used to finance the'musical program in the high school. Ostriches are raised for meat in Russia. Blylhevilk' Gasoline Al STATE LINK PRICKS (i G;i!s. for $1.00 JOYNKU OIL CO. Al K«l Top Gin V. S. Hixlvtray Gl, Norlh Etlna Whittle, clly, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. R. G. Whitney, Manila, admitted. Millie Mac George, Holland, ari- ml(ted. N. D. Baldwin, Steele. dismissed. Memphis Raplisl Coy E. Scifres, Osccola, admitted. Born lo sir. and Mrs. Morris Zcllncr, city, n .son. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Hodges, Leachville, Mrs. jeUlc admitted. Charlrs Riddle, Marie, admitted. Sea shells 20,000,000 years oli have been found in TolivorllV, England. EXPERT EEACT1' WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Vap. Baths Mrs. Ruth Lawhon yesterday afternoon at Mnrinmia. Clarence H. Wilson. Percy Wriaht Oscar Femllcr nnd Floyd A. Wliil were the local board members wli attended Ihc meeting. It was announce'!) that an Indian had been secured to take charge''o Women's 'Bni!d-Up Women's headaches, nervmirmes: cramp-like pain may be symptom of functional dysmcnorrhra :.tue I •malnutrition, so often relieved b CAROL)]. Principal way it hell is by Increasing appetite, stimuiat Ing flow of gastric Juices and Improving digestion and helping build physical resistance. Anothe way you may find CAHDUI helpfu In reducing periodic distress: Tak. it a few days before and dm in "the time." Used for 50 years. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service eanlnc Sclienrer and Leiuleiinle owlcr who played a trumpet and larlnet duet; Miss Geneva White, -lio nave a reading; Miss Joyce une Kelih and Raymond Kendall, ho snug & duct; V. r ho gave a vocal il. chapter; Johnnie M. Buniclt, school ducted by the leader on "Our Prob- superintendent, and Ruins Dianch, ! lcms '" Beading the Bible." planter of pecan Point. Manila Society—Personal Missionary Society Meets The W. M. S. of thp Methodist church met Friday afternoon at the church for their regular weekly meeting with Mrs. Flora Tipton as leader of the Bible study. The program .was opened with n song and prayer • by Mrs, O. Mike Jr. Mrs. Tlpton presented the new w'n'ifc'nr' stlldj ' book ' "Exploring the Bible." IYIIIM.I-. | Those taking pan were Mrs. Mike, i Mrs. n. w. Cowan, who gave talks • on "Our interest In the Bible" and Mrs. Mabel Necdham, Mrs. Hazel Killlan. Mrs. W. J. LeRoy and Mrs. Gene Aslinbranner who dtscu&wd "Ways. of Reading the Bible." A round table discussion was con- Mrs. W. J. Lclloy presided over " the business session' in the absence of Mrs. H. M. Fleematt, president of the society. Reports were given by (he committee oh menu arrangements for the district meeting to bs held here May 2. : After the business meeting Mrs. • : Gene Ashabnmn'er served refreshments of cake and coffee. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson will be leader of the Yearbook program nt ihc next regular meeting. * + • •Mrs. L. B. Barcroft of Memphis vas called to Manila Saturday on - icrounl of the serious Illness of her faWer, II. C. Webb. His condition '' ,s critical at this Itme. Mrs. W. 11. Brown and Mrs. Sue '.. Moore .were In Jonesboro Friday. For Best Results In Baking — Use Shibley's BARCAIS IN USED Ice Boxes Rebuilt, and Guarantcctl Electric Refrigerators HARDAWM .APPLIANCE CO. Service -'on All «al<«s R«f rigtrators—Ra dies—Washct s Z»6 W. JUm St.' Phone 233 We'll Cine 00 FOR YOUK OLD SUIT! Wo will irive So for youv old suit, regardless of coiulition. on the; ijurcliiisi; of any new .suit in llic house priced al $22.f>0 or more. * * * A new line of suits for men in Galmnline and'Trop" ictils, (lit! 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