The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 17, 1940
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1940 COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar society, Church of the Im- macnlale Conception, spojjsorinj! I'lngo party, eight o'clock at Calh-1 ollc Hall. I Prosperity club meeting with Mrs ! B, B. Snlibn, 2:30 o'clock. j I'asl Matrons aiul PAtrous club • of the Order of the Eastern Star meeting with Mrs, George W. nar- hiun. 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wyalt Henley enlertalninif Thursday Kook. club. Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Tlmrjdny Lunclirati club. Thursday Contract ciilb meeting •vith Mrs. Carroll Illnkemore. Mrs. Tom Brndshcr entertainln? Thursday Dessert club at Rustic Iiin. Mrs. Ralph Bcnymtni having •rinu-sclav Bridge clnh. Final „ (lie business session. i> ii\ L ,v&T;«r <™^^T^ a ^ «,•,•,„ -r M;; VrSr° f ,'»-, ™ - «.nvr ; hlal(}<| . '-"-"toy AILS. ]•. J,. Htislmmls, has been 1 ol Hie class r,,, made an honorary member of Hie! ' . I Ihe proi;ram for the flmil nii'Ot- nelta Oineg.! Slam:i fraternity ai j Are New Mcml,,,-* ' !.'^ Tem'l', Mi ^ lssl l'" 1 , Ccllml >' ''"<^~^~\~£^^&~&F. to be made an honorary nit-niter noon when ihr «rom, wis "me- , ,° '" l ' elm «' l " >»' 1>"U1 nl. the of lhat chapter. He was not oimib.c i lalned at Ihe home of Helen C ui re T W ' sl ''" K>1 ' wlu «l'" u wlt " for pledging ,,s lie hud DHCII a I Dickinson registration at 10 o'clock Folluw- Slsma Nil nl the UnlivrMiy o! Ar- i Mary Lou Joynw Wlls i.wi.-d ''"•' nl) '•'•Wll™ bo;ird confer- •»'~sns . . . treasurer of the BI-OIHI lo till ,,„ f,' U ' e "!'"' "' >' . Mls - M«'''«» WH- . Mr. Hiisbiinds Is i\ junior ni the .-oilese this Miss Sena Trum'ulc \V«<1 In Dallas, Tex. , Mr. unit Mrs. W. H. Trumble, of Mid-Week Bridge club meeting | Osceola, iiiinuimre the marriage of with Mrs. ]}. A Lynch ' I l " elr daughter. Miss Sena • Double Four nridge club meet- '" " '" In RWilli Mrs. Kaymond Smith. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department, Woman's chib, meeting 3 o'clock at club house. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., and Mrs. W. D. McClurkin entertaining . . Chapter N, P. E. O. sisterhood, at Adams home, one o'clock. Hsvc Quiz Program A tinla on the Passover was conducted by members of the program commute for the meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel last night nl the home of Mrs. M. Nickol in Oseeola. Tlie prize in the quip, went to Mrs, • A. Livetant of Luxora. Mrs. Preida Niutelman of Donne Torre. Mo., hoirseguest of her aunt, Mrs. like Miller, was a guest. The hostess served iced drinks and cookies during the social hour. The next meeting will be Wednesday, May 1, in the home of Mrs. I,. Lansky. • * * Has Cluli Party A party was riven for members of the Double G Bridge club at the home of Miss Margaret Shaver last night when she entertained in addition to the club five guests. The guests were Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs. Hcnnon Carlloii, Mrs. James Hunt of Manila, Mrs. Tom Phillips and Miss Maurinc Branson. A dessert course was served after the games. Miss Mildred Moore iva.s high and Miss Shaver, second high among the club members. Guest, prb.c went to Mrs. Scanlon. * t « lias Parly 'for Visitoi- ;, Martha Nipliols had a parly yes ? terdfiy afternoon for Sandra Ferris, of Jonesboro, who is visitin" her aunt. Miss Laura Platt here . , to William Caltioun ol 3an Angeto, Tex. The wedding was solcnuiizcd Sat- mciay In Dallas, 'Vex. Mrs. Calhoun cainc here four years ago with her family from Ceiitralia, Mo., where she was graduated from high school. She lia.s been io.-.nected with a WPA recreation project. unexpired term of a ber. Cuke anti ice cieam were served by llic hostess, Bits of News Mostly Personals , picsulent. IMyllievill, ,„... j The Hev. Ii. u. nun, , )llslol . ul Ihe Lcnchville Methodist. Chinch •Ail! conduct the dcvuilonnl iitul Miss Jean liearden, ol LoflciiVillo, will pluy n ulaiiu number before' :\V. O. McClurklii, superintendent, :of the city schools m BU-tlievilte, .speaks at 11M5 o'clotk on""Mcnliil liyyleiie." Tlie business session to , u , will iiicliKle elcelton of olllccrs. Lunch will be .served In 'the Home Economics Collude by sln- M.. „„,, ,. , .dents of the Uaehvlllc whooi class Mi. and .Mrs. James Roy Sr., of The Leaehville Illuli a-hnni rw --, spert Simclay here Club will sing ,,1 , Uiook be?ore their son. Jamfes lioy jr., u.. H'"j<--^. | •••••• "'^" •••"". j.iiiius KOy jr., n. H. Schwartz director n .Mr. Calhoun aliended GiiHiiorl j wll ° ls "I of mumps at mylhcville of Arkansas Slate Colleee nt iilitary Academy at Giilfiiorl i hospital. He is Improving. bora speaks on "iii-iii- returned spent Military Academy at Giilfiiorl.i hospital. He is I in proving Mfe., and Sotltheri) Methotlisl Uni'' lf ' l '"° " "„.,!,, ,,... versity, Dallas. . ^ , v They will make their home in! lilrec weeks. Mrs. David and Mrs ---•-' ' -- Calhoun ! D!cj! Polter motored over for hlni ! last week .end, I Mrs. W. S. Lnngdon, \vlio has j been ill at her home for ten days. A.'igelo where Mr. has ranch interests. I J hiys Cards With Club > —-•• '" *n. uti Mra. J. J. Piekren played cards ! '•' Improving, with members of ihe Tuesday club Ml 's. F. L. Husbands and her : yesterday aftcrnon when they were u ''', Mrs. Charles --- — j - - - — Swain, and entertained at the home of Mrs.: brother, Hembn Young of McCool Dixie Cmwford. | Miss., spent ycs.Vrday b Jones- Iligh score prize went lo Mrs. l)oro - Mr. Young is spending n Jesse Taylor and second high to week here before going to llattic-s- Mrs. Doyle Henderson. - bui-g, Miss., lo spend the summer Tlie hostess served a salad plate.; Mr. and Mr.s. Cliarle.s s Leiuoiw I went to Hot Springs today where Is Hostess To Club ( ...... ... > .., -ivi, *jflv.iu£3 tunny wncre Mr. Lemons will attend the two liny district convent Ion of notary Mrs. Don Smith was hostess to . ui mnlll - v memljers of the Tuesday After- clubs. I tarry Kirby and u. B. Bran- noon club and one guesl. Mrs. Toby son will go over tomororu- for tile Long, yesterday at, her home j convention. Rcfreshnieiils were served at the Ed Williams has been admit! conclusion of the bridge games in Walls hospital for IrcMme t winch Mrs. T. K. Mahnii was high •- - ucatmeiH. Ha ™ Bn higli scorer. ess to members of the Tuesday .ContracJ, club. Roses iind lilncs decorated Uic ciitcrtnlning bridge D. If. Bradford, of Springs, left Monday night after i having spent n few days here with her daughter. Mrs. Roscoe Cratlon Mrs. John Tucker, of Little Uoc)- «'il! come today to spend a f,-> w days here.ivitl^Mr. nndMrs 'liyron «, Lii^t mini LJ[j i U(»HIS . Will; 10 miUE'C; , .•!.-;-.,- — •• i.-iv i i--iio. *J yi ui was played. Mrs. V. O. Miller was Morse 1>I1( | fnmlly. Slic ivas met ji ** .^ ."," ~ ........ ..... "" ""' ' ° U? ''' SCCO ' Hl htsh Memphis today by Mrs. Morse. Mrs. E. L. Hale has been admitted to the Blylhevillc hosuital for treatment. They n-ere Kerved ice' cream and t u-u-e Prnirnm Mcrlinp- individual cakes ivilh their names • A Rovai'Servi'- «• embossed on Ihem. Balloons ami presented it tlie'n t whistles were given as favors. Woman's Missionary {Li™ Club CJoc.s to Sikeston Club and one guest, Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford, went to Sikeston yesterday for n party Mis. N.' M. Senscnbiiugh of that city gave for them. Mrs. Sciisenbaugh is n former member of the group. She enter- laired 'with luncheon and briflg?. A yellow and while color scheme was carried out in the luncheon which was served at the hotel. The hostess was high and Mrs. ROKOC Crnfton, second high in the bridge games which followed. Miss Kranson Named To Scholastic Group Miss Jane Brnnson, senior til Brcnati college at Gainesville. Ga., lias been made n member of Phi Beta Sigma, national honorary scholastic fraternity corresponding in a four year girls' school lo Phi Belli Kap;>n of the University. This Is the latest of a rninlwr of honors which Miss Branson has received while in school t'.ierc. A few weeks ,730 she wrs initi >!•?•' ijt Second Baptist church Monday Brain. Mrs. Lloyd was assisted in the | presentation by Mrs. Johnny Hoi colt, Mrs. Delbert Garrison and Mrs. Walter Hammonds. Mrs. Tommy Bogan gave the devotional. Thirteen members and two visitors, Mrs. Hen Harrison nnd Mrs. Theodore Logan, county w. M. U. chairman, were present. After Mrs. Lflgan had spoken lo the group on missionary work, she offered tile closing prayer. Refreshments were served during Hie social hour which followed. * » » Clnus Has Hireling Nineteen members of the Piic- bcan Sunday school class of Hie First Baplist church and three Kiiesls, the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. Taltha Kenley, met at the home of Mr.s. BDb Chiles last night. Tlie Rev. Mr. Carpenter gave the devotional from the first chapter ot John litter which prayers were offered and plans made lo narticl- i HOLDENVILLE. Okla. <UP>- Seminoie tribal leaders hero, have held June 1 to eleot a new chief. Chief George Jones, serving his second Icrm, has Riven no indication about the thir.i-terjii issue. There are about 100 Seminoles in Hushes county. "• "• Schwartz, director athletics bora, speaks on "flcuHV'mHl Sports." Installation of the officers will conclude the afternoon session The county yroup, one of' the largest In (he stale, lias in mills, all of which are expected to send representatives. At The Hospitals Walls Hospllul Ed Williams. Arnmrel, admitted, Mrs. L. L. Cory, Steele, mlmlllcd, Glen Hill, city, admitted. Gordon Cheimowelii, city admitted. Mrs. J. L. Bailnrd, Maniln, dismissed. Lon Watson. Dell, dismissed." ' Prances Sanford, Stccle, dismissed. Joe Edward Snnford, Sleclc, dismissed. Mrs. Herman Hoffmiin, citv, dis- mi.sseil. IllyllH'villc Hospital Mrs. E. L. Hate, Armorel, admitted. Mcjnplils liiiiitisi iin.s|iital '"'• Carl Noble, Elowah. admllted. • Mrs. C. S. Apluig, Etownh ml-' milled. Uradford Sliipp, Jjyess, iidmlttcd. Employes To • See -Motion Picture theater l>arly Is bolnn urrniiB- I'd lunliilii for nil em|il(iyc s »f (in- Ailiuusiis-Mlssoiirl Power eorponi- llon iiiul (heir ramlllm lo sec Ihtf inolioii iiletnri', "Youni; Thomas hilwm". nl the lelix thi'aler lo- nitdii. All win) cure lo attend will meet•'I H'vcn o'clock at (in- locnl uilice. Form Wilson Junior Safely Bicycle Club Tli<! second Junior Highway Hutis ty Illcycle Club In Nnrtliwist Ari!"ii': :ls has been I'ormcd nl Wilson folluvlii!- oimnii/nilon of UK- club "I Illylheville which Is lo he a mu.lrl ID,- slmlliii- clubs (o fu:i-l|mi Umninhoui tlii' ill.shld, it has Ix-cn imimimi-cd liy John w. 1-Mulkner, ol tin- Arkansas liutte I'ulice, who Is In chin-si- of this ucltvity sponsored by the .Sl.itc |>i,|| L .(. commts- SlOil, Tin- Wilson club, formed yi-M -r- dny with 120 incmliei-s, hns U ,lnck Uerry, presidi 1 I I'ensitror. This uroiip. wilted is nlso s|)on- coveil Ijy i f e Wilson Company, will be in rlmiKo of several lonlure.s of (110 Hi-Ill Day to be held at Wilson MH.V :i ivtien bicycle rnces will be one of tin- iillnu'llons. Alombers of lllythevlllo's clubs lire beitii! InvlU-il to pmltclpalp. Clnljs »l iiiid'-ivllio. Jonesboro, Osvw>lti mid Nn'.'imrl me to |jc fomied within a week ui:d othi-r towns urn I'xpecti'd lo tnko up the I pltin In teach snfe bicycle rldtni; , for boys iiml ( -IM. S who will be uov- I crncd by ihi-lr own court of Honor, Masons Will Hold Meeting Tonight 1-. B. linker, worshipful Muster of Clilckasnwbii biiltii; No, I3'l K niKl A. M. iiiiiioiuu'es a Kjieclnl com- municiiilon Wr(liii<.<i(lny niyht (it 7::w o'clock lur work in Ihe K. A. decree. Vlsllliiji inuMnis me Inviled to attend, Mr. Hiiker snlil. PAGE THREE, iiy Virginia c.oble, secreiaiy i See Our Windows WAStt CROCKS fe SmahL Play Tournament To Have Night Session So much Interest lias been shown i» die aiuiunl Piny Tournament of (lie Nui-IJi Mississippi County Home Demons!ration OHibs, lo be licld Friday at lUivdcttc, thut a nlBht sossimi has toon ndded to Hie tK'o [""smjiis fllready nn- noitiHTd, Of the DB clubs In this end of the county, la Imve reliciiiKed |)lny s I which will be iirosenttxl in tlio 1 mornlni! nn,l nfteriiou M-SSIOIIK: llu- three best will rejieiit the uer- foniiniK-i's nl the nUjlil session. Miss lii w KinciiU), Mrs. o II Mml mid Mrs. M, I). lilchiirdsoii liave torn invllwl lo Judge the day l>ioi;nnns mid Mrs, l<Vcinnnn Hob- Inson, Miss Kmlly Dale nm! „ Ililiil person to be mimed, will Judise HK> nlijht \mtannimw. The Dugwuuti Home Demonstration Club Is hostess for n,e lour- BARN DANCE 8|><msor<><l hv' (he Blytheville Bachelor Club M natncnt which is to be heW at{the Burdxttc school. <V, Winners kill .compete with win-" ncrs of Hie South District, ol the'j; county for the county champion-'!! snip with the county winner to go" 1 , to the stole tournament lo be heldt this summer. Heat From Ice C«am Ice cream makes you wariiw C'renm, suuar, and starch are used' In making Ice cream,. and these' fire elnssed us fuel foods, which" produce Ixxiy heat, . •'.'. KXPEKT BEAUTY WOKH CALL 106 Appo ,X»i Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIULY Swf.dlsU Muu[e, Vaji. Bath! Mm. Kuth Uwhon mv w (V?1S m 59 c itnil 79c Colorful print Hn- tisltM n(. n lo»' price 1 . Knk'rlninmctil li.v (he Swift Jewel Cowboys TUHS. APRIL 23d m,YTiii<;vn,i.K CITY 1IA1J, I''01,KS: I'ul «n .your itvor iills and I'l-i/c.s Ben Franklin Store 9 p. |)fr Couple SI. 00 I'ltiK Tax Women get "Build-up' A Bood way io relieve periodic discomfort from functional li.vsnu-nor- rlica due lo malnutrition." such as i headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pain, many women find Is by ming CARDUI. ft usually sharpens appetite, increases flow of Basilic jtilccs and so aids digestion "helps bniiii resistance to periodic distress. Another way CARDUI may help you: Take it a few days before and during "the time." CARDUI has been popular for 50 years. UGHT-DUnTRUCK JMC GAS MILEAGE •THE MUCK OF VJUUE. No other truck ha« the kind of engine you get in a CMC. Mileage are the most economical of alf. It will pay y ou to investigate CMC. Tim» pa/roenf> fdrough our own VMAC Won ol lowe.l ovoiloble rolej LEE MOTOR SALES, In c 305 E. Slain Phone 329 CMC TRUCKS ECTATORS &. rp f 1 11 \vri • lurl laii-WIiiic Snedc 17/8 Leather Heel irr.85 HOSIERY The Trend Is To' Hlcntl W finfi^s - JK n O Kl S V T 0~O/ A six-bottle carton of Cocn-Cola is so easy to buy and to carry home. And it brings pure, wholesome refreshment within easy reach of you and your family. The taste of Coca-Cola has a charm all its own and you'll like the happy after-sense of refreshment. BOTTlfn UNDEU AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA CO. BY 3GG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYn, yth cvnic, Ark. OPPORTUNITY SALE Out They Go Regardless of Cost ALL NEW SPRING COATS and SUITS Al,l, §20 COATS NOW I'UICKI) A'! 1 AtJ, §12.95 & ?H.!)5 COATS NOW $1A95 $£95 10 6 Extra Special! op;,HACK OK DUKSSES •";""'V/VMJUS TO $20.00 --..... $n.oo YOUIl CI10ICK 5 ONE HACK 01' DRESSES VAl.UES Ul' TO $2!U)0 • YOUR CHOICE $1A.OO 10 All Early Spring Hats NOW I'llICED AT $100. $000 . $000 JL iL ij * ' ; - : , ALSO ALL $29, S39 & $49.95 SUITS AND COATS DRASTICALLY REDUCED It is Whitsilt's policy not to carry over^ merchandise and owing to the prijces listed for this sale there will be no exchanges or refunds. Also a small charge for alterations. See What's New At WHITSITT'S SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING

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