The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 16, 1940
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TU5EDAY, APRIL 16, 1940 Social Calendar l)i'lt)fl|Ml of the lilgl] se |,ool, win discuss tlic "Need for Parent Kdu- cullon." The president's message will be WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Ward Pareni Teacher) *•••• i"v.on«.-i>ii> im'ssage win be association meeting 3:00 o'clock nt roe "' b >' Ml ' s - "• ''"• Kirshncr. Dixie school preceded by executive board I Jcnn Meyers of Holland, Mo will ""••>""•• -' "•" • I pi .I;-(lie special musical number by uncling nt 2:30 o'clock. Amiorcl Parent Teachers association having "Facer's Nlglil" urosram ul eight o'clock. • Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon en- tmnlnine ADC Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar society, church of (he Immaculate Conception, sponsoring WIIBO party, eight o'clock at C:Uli- "lic Hall. Prosperity club meeting with Mrs 7,. B. Snllb.i, 2:30 o'clock. 'Vast Matrons ».<>d Patrons club of the Order of the Eastern Star mceiln? with Mrs. George \V Barham. 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wyatl Henley cnlcitalniivg Thursday Rook club. Mrs, Everett 13. Gee linvlne rhm-KUiiy Luncliron club. Thursday Contract cull) mccllny •vlth Mrs. Carroll Ulakcmore, Mrs. Tom Bradsher entertaining Thursday Dessert club nt Rustic Inn, Mrs. Ralph Berrymrm having .Thursday Bridge club. - Mid-Week Bridge club meeting •with Mrs. n. A. Lynch. ' Double Pour Bridge club ineet- .In gwith Mrs. Raymond Smith. PPtOAY'S EVENTS Music department, Woman's club, meeting 3 o'clock at club house. Ko.val Service 1'rogram Is Given ' A Royal Service program was given yesterday afternoon under the direction of Mrs. Uoyd summon at the meeting of "(he Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church 1,1 the cluirch. Mrs. B. Ij. Woodson gave the devotional from Onesls aiul Co rl.ilhlims after Mrs. T. u. Hayucs hud offered uraycr. Mrs. Sllckmoii Introduced her urogrum by spenkiiij; on "Unchanging Moral standards." Other talks on the program were: "God's Standard for the Individual", Mrs. George .Skclton; "<Jo;l's Standard for Hie Home", Mis. John Buchanan; "God's Standard for the Nation", Mrs. Shelburne Brewer; special musical number was givc.i by Mrs. Harry Frllzlus, vocalist, who ivns accompanied by Mrs. Alton Jaggers, pianist, Mrs. Walter Bishop offered the closing of St. Stephen's Episcopal church yesterday afternoon at the home of Airs. J. D. .McDowell. Miss Ellsc Moore gave (he dcvo- ' tional and also conducted the study period. Urn-ins Hie social hour the eight members were served a sl.mlwieh (,'l.ilu ii-ilh iced drinks. Talks On Itorlrines Of I'risib.vlerlan (,'liurch The Doctrines of (lie 1'resbylcrinn church were discussed by the Rev James A. OverlioLser, pastor of the First PrwbytOTnn church last nlKhl when he .spoke- to mnnljcrs of the IMa Oil Sunday .scltuol clnss. Mrs. T. Clements and .Miss Urn Wiijhl were hostesses for the tiieellng lit the home of Mrs G W Cillahumy, teacher of (he class. A sulad plate wns served tlij 18 ]netubc]\s during which followed. the .Hiss dailies Weil 'l'o fiiiy.-il .Saritii'i-s Mr. anil Mrs. J. 1. nounce the ninrriajj lunir Onities an- of their Bits of Newi P TrilTllil| High School Chorus Will Present Concert Tonight Mrs. W. n. Brown niul Mrs. J. . -Friend are spemllny todny In Jonesboro with Mr. and Mrs Ku- <lolph Morris. Haymond siwe ntirt son. Raj- More tliiin CO niaioon and while sludonls will lift Uii'lr voices 11'winl music lo be jm-senU-ci ill Hie nltJU .school nixlltorliiin at c-lslil o'clock. The corn-oil nlll ropa-seiil » vaik'iy of music f rom classical through folk Kongs. Hl.<h school diorus u:ulcr tho dhwilmi of Miss Nininlc Clarke jfcmlih Is to be pnwniod in conceit I Will) (lie junior MB!) i> 0 ys flee ihe Juniur high mixed club and riiimis mipcurlnj. on Hie" program us BMsts. Miss Mary Kimmi Hood - „ '* ' '«""• «f the luttt-r KI-OIIIIS. Jr.. were In ilutd Knob yes-1 /"'"'""Kb tlie lil s h school «!«< 1 cuib lias aiipeaml on mimerou.t liroBuuiis lor viirluiis civic urunus ol tin' clly, lliL-i win l; ( > tin- Unit tereluy. Fred O. Cirimwood l» iHtemlii>B to business In C'liicuno. Mrs. J. W. Aulfii and elilldieti State Entomologist Will Honor Mrs. Molt t Mrs. K. s. Molt, pioneer worker in the Woman's organization of main iit i;ie acoaug the First Presbyterian church, will j ioli were arranged o- n j, be honored each August by the dining tnulc while othei Woman's Auxiliary of the church of spring flowers, narcissuses red it was decided today at a meeting buds, violets and Ulooinlnj plants decorated the entertnininx Song Program Given A quiz program on "Sones We Like To Sins" presented fn the Dr. !. Q. style was given yesterday aflernooji under the direction o'f Mrs. John C. Mcllaney at the meeting of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church. Mrs. C. V. Sebaueh and Mrs V. O. Miller were hostesses for the affair at the Sebatigh home. Glad draped bouquets 'of 37 members of thnl group. One auxiliary in each August, which is the month of her birth, .will honor Mrs. Mott, who has .served 12 years in the capacity of president of the various women's organizations. Mrs. T. K. Mahan was in charge : of the program on "Christian Education in the Home." She was assisted in the< presentation by Mrs. B. C. Allen, Mrs. James A. Over- ;ho1ser nnd Miss Emma Kate Richards. : The program took the form of a penal discussion which was fol- ; towed by a social hour. Members •of Circle One served refreshments. * + • ; Committees Begin .•Work On Barn Dance Committees, appointed by J. T. ;Sudbin-y, president of Hie Bachel;or's club, hn\-e begun preparations for Ihe annual barn dance to be given by Ihe club this year Tuesday. Apr. 23. at the city auditorium. ,The Jewel Cowboys will play for t!ie ailair. .; Officers are directing general ;plans for the dance while advertising, decorating and prize cominlt- ;tces liave been named. Barnes Crook is vice president and L. C. - Richard Becker, Gilbert Hammock, Robert Reeder and Ralph ration are members of Ihe adver- Hising committee. i On the decorating committee are jClarence Webb, Don Pettit, and 'Dick Burns. -' Neivell Brigham, Ben Smith aiKl ;Hoclgson Modingcr nre in charge of thc prizes which will be av;arrt- cd for the best costumes. . .To Be Hostessjvi For Bingo Parly Mrs. Clyde Robinson and Mrs. Carl Grissmann will be hostesnes .for the bingo party to be given at the Catholic Hall nt eight o'clock Thursday-night, The affair Is sponsored uy the I —— •Allnr society of the Church of the i .Immaculate Conception. Announce Program •' Mrs. B. C. Allen, chairman of the program committee for the Central Parent Teacher association, today announced the program for Hit p. T. A. meeting tomorrow afternoon at the school at three o'clock. - -, rooms. Group singing and responsive readings from Psalms opened Hie meeting. I'raycr was offered by George W. Patterson, minister. Mrs. J. Cecil Ixjwe and Mrs. Russell Barhani assisted Mrs. McHauev by presenting the following nnrlici- pants on liio program:"Mrs M Filzsiinmons. Mrs. W. O. Gcurm Mrs. Harry Brown. Mrs. Norwood Hedge, Mrs. Edwin Robinson Mrs Nathan Carle. Mrs. R. M. Beck Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. W T Bar-' netle, Mrs. B. M. Tern- Rr., Mrs J. .1. Brvfint. Oroup singing concluded the program. Mrs. Renke't Wctcukamp nrc- sideil over the business session K'liich ivas dismissed with the mi-;- sionnry lienwljclioii. A dessert course of strn'vb«rry shortcake was "crved .witli coffee. "arrinslon-Oldhani fllarriajtp AiiiKjiiiiccd. Mrs. Tiicv nciniPtt annmmces 11- mnrrinro nf lier elnughlfr Mfss Mildred Oldliam. lo A'. W ' Hai-- rinnlon ot Mnnphis. Tiie mim-tane was solemnized Tuesday Auril B. at Hcrnando, Miss., b.v t), H Rr-v. J. w. Woods "<-stor of the Metlindist church'. The couple was attended l>v Mr and Mrs. Sam Moskavitze. Mr niul ^f!•.s. Paul Burrow, Mrs. Mary Erby and Miss Dorothy FeneM all of Memphis. They returned to Memphis In make (heir home alter a weddin" I fin to Chicago. Mrs. Harrington who bus been visiting her mother here, finished' hish school at Slkeston, Mo., and! was later cmnloyed at Carlover's Company in Memphis. M,-. Harrington is with Hie I. c. Railway. ; daughter, Miss linagt-nc- Clnliius. anil I Hoycl Sanders, which was solem- linzed Friday niglit at six o'clock ' .11 Senatli, Jto. Tiie Rev. J. u Woolman, pastor ol the First cluirch of ibi- Nazare.-.e. read the service at the home o[ the bride's sister, Mrs. Lud i Buck, and Mr. Buck. The bride wore a blue chiffon model with blue accessories. Her cu.sluine was accented by » .slioiil- di-r coi-sage of white carnations, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanders relumed last night rroin n weddinn trip to Points of Alabama. Mrs. Sanders attended die Half Moon and Scnath schools. Mr. Banders has fanning Interests nt Number Nine where they will make iiit-ir liunio. l/.iku Sireel Grouji Meets Mrs. ivcrson Morris presented the program at the mcDtiiis of Hie Woman's Society of Christian Service of 'the Luke Street Motho.lisl church yesterday afternoon at the church. Her scripture rending was taken from Proverbs and was followed with n talk on "Why We Should Read (lie World outlook." pllal lliere, Mr. Auii-n ] s restlitB boiler after lmvln B , m ,i WB oiic a major operation. Mrs. c.! c Hawks M,V,,, , niotoreil Die family down "' ,' ,^'INII.A. Ark.. April la. - Mr, Mr nnd Mr, t ,. .'. Urju-nlcr. .stale eiitoiimloglsl, was Inw'rnn i, i i ' '-'""Bslon • Inlni.luced lo the locol Lions Club na\< Eone to Jackson, Miss., lolhrn. |., s t wrek [,,, Dl . J, , L ' will) Mrs. l.lvlnu- Sclilnni-r. couiitv nwiiu'i oiflccr sion's Mls.s Nellie Ross left Sundny nf- -.,_„„ iti t niuuiiiy in ~ k'liioon for Smackover to visit her sisters, Mrs. Lois N Mrs. Gcorala Lenkc tin-nliiE here in two H-ill also visit h "'"I lie discussed wnys and means of ina«|iiito control |,, n,t s section. - 'IIMMH-I, JM Huth Pcagiie In llnyncsvlllp La Mr. and Mrs. Hurry icirby arc expected to return ' lU( j ay f ,. 0 , n I'lmis were nmde f o| . (|| 4 . ^i,^ Mannliiij nnd 1 "" 11 "'nitre town to coopcivite In mi llcforc re-' cllol 'l '» rid the lown ol Ihe pc.sls weeks, she I" 1 " 1 beslnnlnx June 1 Manila Hay Mrs. 1 ™ 1 l>e sprayi-d once each week with n mixture of pails in-een and liyihalfd lime, vvhlcli work will be have miller the direction Shcimlln, county snnltnriau, of George Dallas, Tes., where they been visiting Mrs. Klrby's sister", Mr. C'nriienlcr said through (he Mrs. Unvlrt Williams. They were metliixl of spraying tin- buy and accompanied by Mr. ,u,,| Mrs. W. s '"«» iwols of water being laktm C. Wllboiii-n, of I>arn<;oiild. j care of likewise the summer mil- Mrs. Prank Simmons Mrs j M '• snm ' e coul(l Ul> completely i-rnill- Glllespie and D. Simmons' visileri Ci>to<l iu ll K ' 10 ^ H»ie, relatives of Ihe Simmons family | me by Mrs. D been vlsltlni Armorel School To i Present Class Play Simmons, who |»ui there for several dn Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hunt' The senior clam or Die Armon-l have re urned from T,,, S a, O k|n, .school will prcs.-ni It,, clas. J y « cie Mr. I unl, who Is from Lake lonifjhl nt eight o'clock al tin, nc- Cili. attended to business. They lira scliool. iiccordliuj to aiinounce- mcnl made today. Miss Laura Iliilu is director of the show. • Eleven members made up the cast ot tills play, "The Hen-l>cckcd Husband." They arc L. V. Belle, Frances Alibolt, Pcguy Viuson, Jhn'- club expect to Ihe slate llme it IIHS ever presenti-d an entire program. liln- club which l,,, s been „ for two months Is iircjmr- lor the dlslrld festival lo be Meld In joncslxn-o Salimluy. Those who have liciird tlu- Ihem (o K0 from uit-r hieel In Link- l(ork, I'roi'ocils from loninht's concert, will be used (o finance (he musical program of UK- hig), Sl .|, 00 |. Al! . vniicc tickets arc bi-lng sold iin-lrr Ihe auspices ol Ihe Junior .Senior Parent Tcnclu-r nssoulullon which is the simnsorlni; or«nnl/mlon Mrs. J. Mdl IlrookB Jr. Is lu-com- fmnlsl for ihn pronruni which fol- Jmv. 1 ;: "I J'lissi-d by your Window" itia'lit- left here Saturday miming. Mrs. a. A. Sasse, formerly o Ulythcville and now of Green "lie, Miss., arrived yesterday ti spend several days with her son Joe Slmnlcs, and family at 303 a Luke street. C. W. Afflick Junior llljjli Hoys Olra Club "All Tln-ounh Ihe Nl«hl" Weish l-\ilk ^miij ussle o- MI,,,,-- O'lliiru Junior Illnh Mixed Cllmim "My Jiihiinn" Clrleu Illlma Johnsi'ii "•nil- Nldhl IIKS a TluiusaiKl KVI-S" ,.,. ,, ' Uniiidllloii '•nockin' In win 1 " Ni-ldllnuc-r Senior cilrls 1 dl'rc Club "A Moonlight Nlghl" ..Wenii<-r|jrr« ^Si-iilor Hoys' Ensemble'' "A lloblu In thn Llljir: iinsb" Nevln Sciiioi- Girls' Ensemble "° J) -I'm-nde" ilerbcrl-Mailowc Senior Hoys' Glee club •Brother James Air" Cordon Jacob .Senior Mixed Ensemble "I Dream of Jeanlo" Sleplu-n luster Sanlus-droni the Si! Oecil'lii' Mnss) •• •• Cimmod Senior Mixed Chorus ATTENTION! At The Hospitals WalhTilosrtlUl Mi's. Ilcnnnn Ilollinan, clU'. ucl- inlttcil. Joo Kdiviml fJimrord, Side nd- mlik'il I'runccs Sanford, steete, ml- inllU'd. Mrs. J, i). unv.son, Cooler, ills. Mrs. v. ri. Whitney, Manila, dismissed -.. ,i .*.«. UH W iiy we Should u. w. Afflick went to IJU)c eail (lie World Outlook." j Rock this morning to S ,, 01U | sev- Alis. W. L. Green presided over eral days. -- -- -•-•• !•> to«u\.\4 UVU1 the business session. The rlnctccn present included one new member Mrs. Wesley McNeil. Rev. Bud Robinson To Hold Services The Rev. Bud Robinson, of Pasadena, Cnlif., better known lo the cluirch world as "Uncle Buddy" will conduct services at the First Church of the Nazarene Wednesday night sit 7:30 o'clock ami llnirsdny morning at ten o'clock The Rev. j. L. Woolman, pastor of the church, announced thai this nationally known Holiness cvnn- '-,'clist who Is now 80 years old has preached to 'practically every leading denomination. In making a tour of this district he Rev. Mr. Robinson will be at the Ekron Chinch of lh c Nazarenc riiursilay. night. The Rev. Harold Thompson is pastor of that church. Cimliinic Slucly Tlie study of Ihe book. "7110 Ways and Teachings O f thc Ctmrcli," wlls continued at the meeting of (lie Woman's Airi'brv hew., J- L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optometrist in BlythevWe. Glasses Fitted Correctly The general meeting will be preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. . The Hcv. James A. Overholser pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will speak to the group on "Economic Security for the family Living" and Miss Rosa M. Hardy, PRESCRIPTIONS- , Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Phone 141 Main First BARGAINS IN USED Ice Boxes Rebuilt and Guaranteed Electric Refrigerators HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Senict on All MaVes Refrigerators—Radios—Washers 206 W. Main St. rhonc 233 CUBIC FOOT SHELVADOR with tfce most hiked about door in the W«rld-The SHELVADOR '- Five handy extra inelves-in-the-door * Porcelain enameled food compartment • Hermetically sealed Electrosavor unit FOR THIS WEEK SPECIAL WASHING MACHINE $42.56 GAV & BILLINGS, Inc. Phone 70 Opposite Frisco Freight Depot M"rs. George D. Pollock is expected to return toclny fioli Hot Springs wlieri! she 1ms spent several rtnys. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loy Welch the week end In Kansas City. Tlie> were accumpnnted home by their daughter, ^fnrtlm Welch, a student nl Trowbrldge .scliool in Knnsns City, who will sjicncl n month here with them. The li purl of this week, the fumily will go to lluzelhursl, Miss., for a ivcek'.s- visit, with Mr. Welch's 1110- Uier, Mrs. J. P. Welch. 38 lo 52 ycnrs old. Women who nrc restless, jiiooily, NERVOUS—wlio tear hoi llashes.dizzy spells—to tAkc Lyilln E. Plnkham's VegeUililc Com- Iiouim. plutham'B Is famous for lielpluH women (luring tiicsc "trying Itnius" Uuc to runctlonal Irregularities. Gut a bottle today from your druggist! WORTH TBY1NCJI , , my Wnlfcer, Rny Ifnrrlsoii, Mmtlm Urollicrlon, Jnck Hnlc, Miirttm Ann Umncs, j. w. McNeil, Dean Jinnies and Sue Terrell. ..Proccds from the production will be used lo defray Hie exncnsus <n ilic -senlcir trip. I'liologrnuhs on. (lie ill-fnlctl Audrce cxiicdltlo.i lo j ' the ' pnlnr regions velopcd until 1030. not tic- ; Ex-Service Men Free Barbecued LEGION HUT TONIGHT "TOO I.ATE TO ci,i\SSIKV- For Sufe Soc W. M. H1JKNS almiit choic miiltliiiE lots in fu.sti-sl ffrowln. Slotlon ot the Oily, iirirc $175 "' MIL- Zi:i-zi2. lu-pk-- 1 Magpie Trio Disrupts Australia's War Efforts CANIIIiicUA (UP) - Australia's win- eifotl wits Inlerfcrred with by throe miiKple.s 11-1,0 perched on n power llni- serving Die Naval Wireless Station at Canberra. 'I'tie "saboteurs" I n ler r u |it e<l wimmiiiilctitloii between lln- K ln- ll»n "lid Ihi- llrlllsh Admiralty for an ^ hour by .sbon-olrciillltiR (|, 0 They were "oxL'ciitcd" Immedl- nti-tv—by vlectrociillon. Hem) Courier News Want Aii.s, y<iko Sleepy Jiisitles This IMcasanl \Vay Stir tlioM- sleepy Inli'sllne.'i In « Next tlniii coiisU]iullon has vo\i lii'atlaeliy, bilious, listless, take •ionic Syrup of Dlnck-nrauKht. Its (liu-or is pleasmit itnd l(s action Sjentle when simple illrccllons are (allowed, its principal Ingredient helps lone intestinal muscles, I-lvm-' lly bottle- w«- lital slw I25c. Next lime .use Syrtiji of Ulnck-Uruughi. 1 _ PAGE'/THREE'.- n Is not yet • known . where sprats, n flsli found In Brlilsh wa- tew between Novcmlicr • and Feb- miiry, go during Die rest of'the' year. 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The work (hnl money dnos is one ,,f (he most important factors in making a HIXH) mtp. Tills liiink nuikes prodtu-linn loans lo rc.S|ionsililt; farmers who need funds to meet ero|> expenses. The loans are repaid in the Kail when crops iii'e sold. We welcome applications. COMI'LKTB HANKING SERVICE 1. Crop Production Loans 2. Checking Accounts 3. Savings Accounts •I. 1'ersonal Loans 5. New Car Financing 0. K.II.A. Tide 2 Loans 7. Commercial* Loans S. Small Real Estate Loans THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK IN BL.YTHEV1LLE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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