The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 17, 1940
Page 2
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• PAOI TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola $1 ^Personal Y. W. A. CMBCU . Mia Nedri Berryman of J3J>'the- rttle. »«• chos«n pwiWeat of the newly, orjtnhed Mtolsslppl County Y. W. A. Council !n th»Ir orjjui- intion m**ting h'«ld at the Baptist church Friday night, with Miss Helen Gibson of Otceola elected to serve wllU •Twtoty » f»ven representatives fljTO tbe Young Womtu's Auxll- Ufies of Blythwllle, Luxora and Qsc^ols w«r« pr«*«ni to Jiear Miss ,J$rie Chambers of Littls Rock, ll«ld missionary for Arkansas Woman's Missionary Union, explain Uie organizational plans, purposes and achievements ol the Y. W. A. In Arkansas and the Southern Bnp- tlst convention. The Blythevlllc or- .ginlzatlon give art interesting ttem- . onstratlon In the form of an acrostic sipwlm th« aflvanUges »nd program sdieduled for the Sonthwlde Yi W,' A. Re&eat to 'be held in jine "at' Ridge Crest, N, C. Each girl piKted a^red rosebud in a large VK« 6fUern,?{^s the. gave her talk. These "were 'presented Miss Chambers who Je/t (hem to be used In .-'tjj* Occeoln church services Sunday. • •Mist Cora Hogan was devotional Voider, Mrs. Harold B. Tillman was assisted in arranjlng details for the jneelingpby : .!Mr£. B. E. Moore. Yj W. A. counselor of the Oscpoln Y. W., , A,j,aod'XMrs. J, S, McCants. The jPrliifciry ;'cJass froom of the criurcfi was attractively decorated io'r the affair find refreshments : at«|h"e close. .ncll'' Vneettngs will be held quarterly with the next meeting set Iqr'AugusWirst. In Blythevllle. ' , K " '".»'• m ' Fidells Clue Elects '•Miss Clementine - Boweil wns ejected president of the Fidells class of the Baptist Sunday school at their monthly business and social meeting in the home of their teacher." Mrs. Alec Smith, on Thursday night. •! 'Others elected to serve for the remainder , of the yew nve Jetllo Joe' Ford, first vice president whose duties are membership chiilrmnn; Vfra Hendrix, secretary treasurer; ppra Hogan, second vice president, ; i'ho • Is . stewardship - - chairman; Betty Fisher, social chnirmnn. Group captains are Helen Plttman aid Helen Gibson. -Bother members of the class arc Barbara Clinton, fluby Bcckhnm, and Myrlecn Hall. Meeting dates aje the second Thursday nights ol each, .'month. The class is made up of girls between the ages of 17 (yid 2i. Mrs. B. E. Moore is assistant teacher of the class. •v ... * ' + • Miss Harwell Complimented < i.Miss Catherine Harwell whose marriage to Philip P. Burk of Bedford, Va., will -occur In May, war v.tlie guest of honor at the buffet supper and bridge party given by Mjs, C. H. Wentlicrsby mill her daughter, Mrs. John Donaldson of . eikeston, Mo., In the Weathersby K.pme Saturday night to which 10 guests were invited. •'Bridal tallies were used and a -miniature bride and, groom arranged on Miss Ham-ell's table. ; She was also presented a corsage ol pink carnations ""d sweet peas. •Violet corsages were given the other guest«. Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Miss Nell Rhodes, mother and aunt of Miss. Harwell, who were guests , dwrng the social hour were given -,. corsages of gladioli!. .In the bridge games, Mrs. LeRoy . Qweh won a quilted hose box for highest score and Mrs. D. R, ffttir. was given a pair of wall plaques for second highest. The guest ol I honor was presented lingerie. * * « Will Hold School of Instruction Members of the various Eastern Star chapters in the counties of Greene, Cralghead. Poiusett and Mississippi 'comprising the fifteenth district are scheduled (o hold a school of Instruction In the Masonic aivd, Eastern Star chapter rooms here Friday. Among the district and state ol- /Iclrils who are Invited to assist Iti the all-day school we Mrs. Anne Dial of McGehee, past grand matron of Ark»i>sas; Mrs. uniise Tiioinpeon of Port Smith, grand lecturer and junior past grand matron; Mrs. J. w. Slay ton of joiner, district deputy grand lecturer of (lip fifteenth district; and Mrs. Frances Began of Uixors, - past grand matron of Arkansas. The entertainment committee appointed by Mrs. T. E. Schooler, worthy itmlron of the Osceola chapter, includes Mrs. Catherine Wilkes of Luxora, Mrs. George Raines, Mrs. E. R, Reid and Mrs. Spencc Williams of Osceola. * « • Mrs. Lovcwcll Hostess Vases of white bridal \viealh and paper-while narcissi contrasted with bfulcds of red japonic* In the J. H. Lovewcll home Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Lovewcll was hostess to her four table- bridge club with four additional tables of players In social compliment lo Miss Catherine Harwell. Card tables were given Mrs. U. W.. Walters nml Mrs. A. W. Bowen for highest score nmong the club members and among the guests respectively. Hose went to Mrs. Paber A. White for second high score. Mrs. C. E, Sullenger received a double deck of cards for low scoro. Miss Harwell was nlso presented n gift, Out of town guests plnying wei'c Mrs. Charles Hale ami Mrs. J. K. Hampson of Nodena. * • • Mi. and Mrs. E. S. Driver nml daughter, Fjnvia Driver, were in Memphis Saturday. They were nc- companied by Mrs. Driver's brother, Van Harris, who had been a guest In the Driver home for the past five weeks and who was returning to the Veterans Hospital hi Memphis for treatment. Mrs. H. V. Madden atul Mrs. C. E. Sullenger were Memphis visitors Friday. Osceoln members of the Osceola- Lii.xora-Blythevllle Nlglit Bridge club who attended tho meeting of the club lu the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen in Luxora lost week were Judge S, L. aladish and Mrs. Gladish; Mr. nnrt Mrs. Walter Cox, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mason. j Mrs. Homer Quinn and brother. Orlln Cross!' were fllyllievllle visitors, t|ils j morning. This afternoon they • Drove 1 to Memphis, accompanied by their mother, Mrs. O. E. Cross of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butler ;mil children were Memphis visitors for tho weekend. Mrs. Prank Williams was in Ornwfordsvlllc for the weekend with her mother, Mrs. E. D. Bozc- man and family. Malcolm Cagle, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. K. J. Kearney of Crawfordsville drove lo Hlckinmi, Ky., Monday tor the funeral of their uncle, Joliu J'ylc, who riled at. his home there Sunday night. They relumed tonight. Mrs, Pyle and Mrs. F. M. Satigstcr of this city nre sisters. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Rogers hnd as Ihelr guests Sunday his sister and niece of Jonesboro, Miss Emmie gerjs and Mrs, Mary Brown. Miss Rogers is teacher of history In Arkansas State College while Mrs. Biown Is Home Economics instructor In the college. Mrs. D. n. Moore of Strbiftowu. Miss., arrived Monday for several days visit, with her sou, Austin Moore, nnd family, and the family of Mr. »ntl Mrs. R. i,. Maxwell, Mrs. Alec Smith has relumed (roni a we«k's visit in Gates, Term., with her mother, Mrs. j, K. Plp- klu, who has been seriously III with pneumonia. Mrs. w. S, fimith Is Hie guest of tier brother, John MCCulloviEh In Steelc, Mo., who has been 111 for several week* with heart compile*lions, Mi's. John IDonaldson of Slkes- Ion, Mo., spent (hree days with her parent.';, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. H. Wesih- ersby last week. Osceolans attending the bridge parly given by Mrs. J. T. Polk In Kelser Thursday nlglit honoring Miss Catherine IlArwoll, a popular bride-elect of rife season, were Mrs. joe Rhodes, Mrs. W. w. Wnl- son nnrl Miss Harwell. Mrs. Polk and Miss Harwell are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Moore and daughter, Lx)la Joe, drove lo Hoi springs Sunday to be guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Green. Memphis visitors today arc Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Miss Nell Rhodes. 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