The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 19, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE :(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar . SATURDAY'S . EVENTS :Mrs. W. D. McCIurkln and Mrs. J.'W. Adams Jr. entertaining Chapter :N ot the P. E, O. sisterhood at'Adams home at one o'clock, Prosperity Club Metis -Nine members of the Prosperity club were entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. z. B. Saliba. PJans were discussed for a dance lo be given In liorior, of Miss Moble George of Luxora who Is to be married May 12. : A plate luncli was served In Hie late a/(ernooh. - - * . * « lite Party it R in tic. Tulips,'irises and lilacs decorated the Rustto Inn yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Tom Bradslicr cnler- talurd members of the Thursday Dessert club and two guests, Mrs. Guy Rogers and Mrs. Bob Owynn, with a party there. : A dessert course was served be- j /ore the games. Mrs. Richard Dick-1 inson was high and Mis. John ' Faulkner, second high scorer among the -club members. The guest prlzfl went to Mrs. Gwynn. ••'.: : ' . * * • Entertains Club Tulips formed the centerpiece ot Mrs. Carroll Blakemore's dining table yesterday when she enlcr- laffied members of the Thursday Contract club for luncheon and bridge. i.Mis. o. W. McCutchen received high score* prize in the bridge games which followed lunch. . . t + * Al! Club Members •Attend Bridge Parly .All lhe members of the Mid-Week Bridge club attended the parly given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. B". A. Lynch at her home. .Irises, tulips and gladioli decorated the entertaining rooms in which B three course lunchcn was served at small tables. • Mrs. J. Uaiis Cherry was presented- the prize In the bridge , games which followed. . ,• » • * Entertain Club , 'Mrs. Carl Marshall, Mrs, Barry Firiklea and Miss Martha Finklea were hostesses to members of the Y.]M. IS. club and Hires guests nt the Marshall home yesterday afternoon. Besides Miss Pinklcn, others at ths,party not members of the club were Mrs. Ralph Farrar and Miss Doris Anderson. |_HJgh score prize went to Mrs. Behard McFariand find low-score prize to Mrs. Rene George. Mrs. Robert Scott was presented the traveling prize. •A 1 salad plate and Iced drinks were served following the games. Three Couples Honored At B. T. U. Reception iThree young couples were honored at an informal reception given by FLAPPER FANNY e y s y iv ia Cooler School District Re-elect* Al] Teachers Osceola Society—Personal PfiRlDAY,'APRIL J9, 1940 in Helena m Hclciiii daughter, Mrs. Charles Tookcr also'Revolution, bol of St. Louts; Mrs, Dora Merrill and. j on Friday unc Mrs. mr) Bird of Wilson; Mrs, 1 Mrs. Jacobs and Mrs Rrivim. Thomas Mrf M M '% n ( °" 8rlCS l °" " n " *m™trX in *' inomas, Mrs. Mary Callb, and and story ••' •• Mis. Martha Poison of " " " . - . Mrs, T. O. Wllsford and Mis. W. E. Barbec of Lula, Miss Mrs Ed- .wurcl TcRfortl, Mrs. Godfrey Wiilte land Miss Catherine Harwell, COOTEfl, No 6 *i v, U 0 1'. E. O. Me«ls Mrs. Edward Segraves was hostess to twelve members of chapter' I'arcnl and Bon Baniiuel "O" of the P. B. O. In the homo! ""'« " of Mrs. D. Fred Taylor, Jr., on Wednesday afternoon. Instead ' ol reports from the annual state con- ! recent- i thci 7^:!SXSOTS^/^»gs of thp vnrMne *™,»i..i— Hniitrt oi maiaiia of the various countries . .Attend Itotary t'om'eilllon Osceola Rotarlans who plan to --.. —,„„ .leave today for Hot Springs to at. Scout program for the ' tcn <> Hie district convention of boys of Osceol« and nearby terrl- j " le one hundred thirty-eighth lory received a decided Impetus j district of notary )mmiat!onn! when parents and members of Os- i to bc "Hrt al the Arlington Hotel ccol:i Rotary numbering In all 125' a « "• J. Hale, president; c w iinrcnn^ O.AI.« guest,, of Troops WiUsoii, president-elect nnd Mrs ^fcW5S^*3*r~r Jack Wimp and M | SS Loti' 1 - C «""irln8 Harwell, v, p «•>.•< m v* i *iru|so — ••• i I *'-''«i'-iii.-i;Jvrjl' tiiiu i'lj.ip fifty-two and the j Watson; the Rev. I,, T. Lawrence, wuu I-IICR lor n typical Seoul [Ffank Be)), W. E. Hunt, Dr. George Welby; Campnre meeting and supper nil Cone, E. K. Shlppen, Ren Butler, lilt! Osceola Community fMuhhrnKr* Edwnrd Toafnrri n F; i n,%n,. ..HH "You must admit she's well preserved." "Ycnh—still i\as that girdlish figure." Oj)ens Baptist Revival Sunday Bits of News Mostly Personals Study hall, Mrs. £5 l^i. K * "*"*» Cooler grade school, principal, f " I! "« or «f nlz « Marcus Umbaugh, Mrs. ThS 6r h ° ma Thoinason; Mrs. Carl Hughes, Mrs Marcus Llmbaugh, Mrs. Jack Rush- Ing nnd Miss Lor«ne Rushing. Tyler, Jack Rushing and Mies Dorris Barnetl. No. 8, Jim Miller and Miss Rubye Walker. Crockett, James U Cassldy. , • •-,.-- -.., who hus | been s, member of Iho chapter ' " and who «•!» • ••-*•---*'Q . 1'itM oujjjiuj LIU i -'-i •••• fj - 'Jii'|)iJLII t litII J5UHLJ, the Osceola Community Clubhouse! Edwnrd Tea ford. D fs Ijinov and on Tuesday night, with Allorncy " " A. P. Durham » s lonstmaster. Following the Invocation by Mia roce, ames U Cassldy. Lake Pnrm, Mrs. Lowell K/fkaey. Janitor, Ellis Chamberi>; bus Doyle Lamb and Oscb following her marriage early Mtiy, was complimented' with miscellaneous shower, Mrs. Clarence Crabtreo of Avon Park, Flu., was a guest. Has Birthday Party Mrs. B, W. Packard was hostess drivers. While. Grade School Music Festival Is Held CftRUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. April 1(1.—The annual Pemlscot County Cirndc School Music Festival was held here last night, with nine county grade schools participating. The festival has become one of-the outstanding school events of the year, and annually attracts between five and eight hundred partlclpal- part tills year . —, ,, , A «ivnuiu n no I1U.MLCV) . •«•*•'« >vf iiiiu liiU lUIIUtlMlClllUI to 18 girls of lhe eleven and tirelvo | quireinenle of the orfiaiilzallon. year-old group at a parly at her I The Rev, R. E. L, Bcarden, pas- lome Saturday afternoon honoring ! tor of tlie Luxora Methodist "ic eleventh birthday of her,Church, was (lie principal speaker uighter, Estelle Packard. jot thc evening using us his sub- in Ihc literary nnd musical con- Jcct "Scouting and Cltlc.enshlp" :esl6, Clara Carolyn Douglas wns |showing lhc rclalionsliip of the two Ing children, tichools Inking were: Steelc, Warden, Hayti, Hol- Innd. Cooler, Bragg City, Dcerhig, niul Carathersvllle. ' Mrs. Mi\blc Fatton of Newport, new tton. Ira C. Cole, of Mcm- nn evangelistic meet- Die First Baptist church _ T !ing al the Training Union'o"f thcT'First Sunday. Baptist church last night, They! were Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks (|W«™ L- »»• - L T Jr., and the Rev. and Mrs. Gordon -Memphis minister To Conduct Services Here The Rev. Ira C. Cole of the Sunday afternoon at"three"o'ciock ' Hlfihlalui Helghls Bnptist church a£ tlie church, ' ' i!1 M «niphis, Temi., will open n two Director Fred Cnrloik Introduced I ^ ccks e vrm eellstlc meeting nt the the informal program. The Rev ] Baptist church Sunday morn- Alfred Carpenter gave a short de-1 In | - . rational . which was followed with I bemc( ; s wl " be conducted dully Psalmonds, who n-ere recently mar- .rled, and Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan and Lewis Trowbrioge whose wedding will bp. solemnized j tlnys with Mrs. \v, j and other friends, i W. D. ChnmbUn went to SI. Louis yesterday lo Hllend to business. He plars lo rctuvn Sunday nflornoon. I Miss Clara Ruble left this morn- ihiB for E! Dorado to represent the j local Business nnd Professional Woman's club at the stale convention this week end. She is the president of lhc organlza- Mrs. Elta Smith of Cimlwcll, Mo., is 111 at the licme ot her sou, J. D. Smith, ana Mrs. Smith. She was 'removed here yesterday. Miss Mary Spain Usrey, who attends Miss Wylle's School of Business, will spend the week end here wllh her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahunly mid Mrs. Usrey motored down for her today. Mrs. Tom A. Little and Miss Sura Jo Little spent, yesterday in Memphis. W, A. Picknrd -who had a slight stroke ot pnrnlysls yesterday morning rested well last night and is games . arranged by Miss Jeanne r i" 1 °' cl - ck ancl 7:3 ° °' cl «X ac- Carloclc, Icording to the announcement made After Miss Luna B, Wilhelm had by lhe Rcv ' AUl ' cd c »nienter, pas- resented the gifts from the trai- " lc First Church. Rndlo , presented the gifts from the train- " lc First Church. Rndlo ing union, Mrs. M. c. Outlaw Mrs scrvlccs wl » be at .1:15 each morn- Harry Brooks and Mrs. Will' Rod- '"£ °™ r , KL CN. gers served refreslimenlj Special ' -- wl 'l music for the services under the direction of Mrs . -- — .......wt vin; untvviuji \ji i\irJi i Fnul L._Tipton, clutrch music dl- Student Workers Have Banquet For Employers Members ol the Diversified Occupations club of Blythevlltc high school entertained their employers with a banquet at Die First Presbyterian church Thursday nHit According to George Council Coordinator of tlic Trades & Industries program, and sponsor of the club. Tills will in the futurp be an annual function of the D O Tqastmastcr for the cccaKiu,, .James Maxwell, senior and stud, apprentice of a bottling romp Tho program included two s,,,^ by.a duet composed of Misses Jcn- elle Dtskin nnd Virginia Scott a reading by Mildred Mnlr, nnrt plaiirj numbers by Jean JJourland The ! • welcome was given by Gene Strlck- I ,', ... land, and thc response by R A I . , Sl1ucin was named chaunwi "" -- ot "w nicmbcrship Orivc. With l,in will work C. Abraham VM Rlrtl . Hnmra ol Senalli. niul L. T. Moore. Jr., pianist. Syrian Club Boosts Membership Sunday The recently organized Syrian American club swelled IKs mcm- by ten Sunday afternoon wncn llii- scrond iiicclhi.' of thc Kronp wns held at thc 1-oity people attended, T«-o slnndlng comlUcos. .-.ooinl ic ap- 3.v the presldrni. Frr<l - BlythoviUc. On the .wlnl • committee he named Miss Nellie! Johns, ctialrmaii. Mrs. A o ."Shlb ley. Miss uinn ,\ Inc s*\ttn \m clicll Saliba. nnrt l-,ert s,,inj ; » of today. West considered much Improved He Is nt his home Chlcknsawbfl avenue. Miss LclB Biylhe (cfl this ,,i or ,,. Ing for Detroit. Mich., where she will undergo a major operation at a hospital there. She returned home with her brother, Jcc Blvtlic Mrs. Dlythe, Mrs. jn c k DAivison*nud Mrs, Claude Johannse, who slopped here for ;i visit with her ns they were en route to their homes In Detroit from Mirtmt, Pin., where they had spent lhe whiter. ' At The Hospitals Klyllicvlllc lln.spllul Mrs. \v. c. lluchaiinn, clly ad- milled. Ben Elder, city, admitted. •Mrs. li L. u n i Cp Armorcl, dismissed. Mrs. Eva Sorrcil. Iinytt missed. Mis. Joe Adklns, city, dismissed Walls Hospital Marcelyn Towuzen, cliv iid- niitted. Hnllle Hiy Enton. city, ndiuillrd Mnrtlia Williams, y'nrbro 'ul-' mllted. Mis. J. w. lieclmm. cilv. dismissed. Memphis U:i|ilKI Vii-lln Trout, clly. admitted. Wllina Clinton, Osccoln dis- Cuts Leg In Fall Over An Ash Can Sniidi-n Lee Long, who is nlmost five, cut her leg severely when she foil over an nsh-cnn in HID Ijiick tucky avenue. ,/. Three stllches were takfn lo close the gash, just below the knee, and she Is yel iniaWe lo walk following (he accident Wednesday. She is the daughter of Mr.'anil Mrs. Toby Long. ' : >"** oitvi ivnv «ju | • -..- r....(} mi; nnv^ainjii UY iiia In .Bedford, Va.,', R ev. L. T. Lawrence, Mr. nn'rham ». i( ..i —.,.. |n i introduced Charles p. Manlcy, a lscoulmaster of troop number nily- one; Pred Smllh, xcoutmaslcr of troop number fifty-two; and the Rev. L. T. Lawrence, CubmRstcr, R. C. Bryan. 'Hie Rev. Mr. I, iwrencc of this city and Jennings A. Smith ol El Dorado nro n commute to determine the winner of llic two hundred dollar cash award lo tho club having (h c largest percentage of members present times lhe mini- bei is of miles The money , nnd the fundamental o ax" le ' pcllses of members of the winning «. wlner of tho contest In which each !lrl made B list of songs conlaln- ng girls names, Poiey Driver was and how one contribute) lo thc other. Heads of other organizations who , y rver was .^.n.o ui uinur urGumztuwius wno also successful winner In anotlier | gave responses and pledged their rointcst ' j support to thc whole Scout pro- rnblets and iwrly peiicllti wcro I gram Included Clarence Wilson of iven as Hlytlievlllc, member of the North- liven as favors. From Naval School Arkunss Council's exccuUvo committee; Mrs. A. . _ „ „.„ i i «.ini. ui mwi i *-ufj in ij vict i wii K. M. r", Durnui]!, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shippcn will j Den Mother, Joe W. Rhodes, presl- . - , - rlVE to Memphis Saturday nlglil, I dent of the Junior Chamber oil 101 ' tor tllc county, midcrwcnl a club to the international conveil tlon meeting in Havana, Cuba, in June. Mr. and Mrs. G. n, Harrison of Memphis, accompnnled by Mrs. John Lawrence of Las Angeles, Calif., were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. p. Taylor the rust of the week. Mrs. Lawrence formerly lived In Oscoola but |ia s j, 0 (, j,ce"ii back on a visit tor eleven years. She Is spending some months with her sislcr, Mrs. Hurrlson. nnd will return for a lonser visit with Mr. md Mrs. Taylor at an early date. Coy E. Scifres, AAA aciministra Commerce; C. W. Watson, presl denl<elect of Ihc Osceola' Rotarv To Hold Rites Saturday | For Mrs. Louis Naillin|; OSCEOLA, Ark.. Apr. 1?.—PnV neral services -tor Mrs, lx>nls Nqjlji' ling, who died nt'hcr'hoiiie irl tfife city Thursday afternoon followlnp- an illness of five weeks, \vill be held nt two o'clock Saturday afternoon by thc Rev. Lester M. Bicktorcl. pnstor of (he Christian Church, of which she wns n member. Mrs. Nallllng was C8 years of; e. ' | V Horn April I), DcSoto, III.,' she was reared there nnd at Mur- phrecsborb. 111. She wtus married In I8ft(i to Louis NallliiiE, prominent building contractor and moved with him to Osccoln In 1912. Always of n quiet, unassuming r.ntme nnd In 111 health for several years Mrs. Nnllling's chief Interests were her home nnd family. Following the services here which are In charge of the Nalional Fu- ncrnl Home, Memphis, the procession will move to Forrest Hill Cemetery in that city where burin! will take plnce. She leaves her husband; Ihrce sons, Myron T. Naming, ot this city; Robert L. Nailllng ol Dyoss; Willis S. Nnllltiig-, nnd one riaugh- trr, Miss Myra Mnc Natlllnj. also of Osecoln. She nlso leaves one brother, prcd Stncy, Cnpc Olrar- dcau, Mo., nnd lour sisters: Mrs Otis Hall, Cartcrvllle, 111.. Mrs. JOB Culley. Oklnhoinn City. Okln.. Mrs. Ell Davis. Qrecubrlar. Mo., nnd Mrs. Frnnk Miller, LaQnny, Mo, lo meet their son, Joe Shippcn. ivho Is returning from Annapolis, Md., where he has spent the past Club, year In the United States Nnvnl 1 R. C. Mnciinb of Jone.sboro. area Preparatory School. Joe completed! scout executive, then presented his final entrance examinations to- i awards, registration cards, and cer- any. Ho Is n- graduate of Gulf! liflcfitcs to the Scouts, Cubs, and Const Military Academy. IScouters. and final awards lo men ' ' * I w ho completed the recent Scout Have Baby Daughter j Leadership Course held hero under Mr, and Mrs. Louis George arc Uic direction of E. W. Packard, tile parents of a baby daughter,) Curing the demonstration period, horn nt the Methodist Hospital in i tl!C (Wests watched with eager in- Memphls Sunday night. Tlic baby, 'crest , as the lights were turned weighing four and one-half pounds > 0|T "'«' Troop number fifty-one has been placed in an incubator I1f7ht " ri n '- n01 «"•"•• "•— «>- »'•-• nnd will remain (here.until the mother is brought, home. She Ims been nnmcd Shirley Louise. Progressive Club Officers Entertain One of the largest, niul most attractive of the Spring social ni- fairs was Hint given Tuesday nfter- noon from four until r.cvcn o'clock when officers composing tlic executive board of the Osceoln Pro- "- - BV - - gresslvc Club were hostesses to committee on arrangements for the members, of.^ho. club nnd several HELP n* TIRED WIVES ^ lm wrnry unstrung nrrvra JJJP lo fe/nnln /uno- tlonal "inci'iiIunUcB/ 1 for over 60 years in belpitig women. Try ill LYDIA E. PIHKHBM-S tousllccloiny al the- Baptist Hos- iltsl in Memphis Saturday reliini- ng Sunday. M rs . Sclftes accom- innlcd him to llic hospital. .!*' i' Po ,'' s . v . lllc ' grandfather of "" " " ' is ill with an »t her home west of town. Dr. W. J. Sheddan, who IIRJ Been 11 lit Ills home and In the Baptist, Hospital for the past three weeks s able lo sit up today. Memphis visitors Thursday were Mrs. Idn Tucker, Mrs. T. P. Florida, and Mrs. Hale Jackson. Mrs. A. L. Boyco and Mrs. Ar- llim- Nelson spent Wednesday in Memphis. For Best Results In Baking — Use Shibley's Best FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER Most hears arc "left-handed." Gold, when ground to a li powder Is dark red, or black. lighted a i-cal camp fire In the huge fireplace of thc clnbraom be( s:'dc which their tents, tripods, nnd : other paraphernalia were set up (am) conducted n typical campllre i meeting ending with a story told I by Mr. Barham. Moving pictures I of' Boy Scout activities nt thc! ! New York World Fair were shown • I by Mr. Packard to complete the ] i evening. ; G. Htti-tsill Dunks, an active Scoutcr, was In charge of the alalr. out-of-town guests 'numbering 75 , ProwlU. E. w. Packard, Joe W. 'or n matinee at the Oe:n Theatre! i Rhodes, C. w. Watson and the followed by a buffet supplier at the Rev - Pa "> Galloway, homo of Mrs. John W. Edringlon on .Broadway. .. The guests were invited flist to hc theatre to see "When Tomorrow Comes" from [our until six Attend Federation Mrs. P. P. Jacobs and Mrs. John VV. Edrlngton were principal numbers on the program of the Phil- - —••- -«>.. mini oi.\ i/uia ULI nit; |jiu£umi UL me i nu- o clock, going later lo the Edrlng- ,lips County Federation of Womens ton lioiiit- for Die supper served; Clubs, and nlso the James Bales on porches, pnllo and gardens ol j rlinplor Daughters of the American the E' the Edrlngton's, one of thc few in-' tcresllng pioneer homes yet. In i tact, and in use in this section ; The varied lines of the fiesta wave used in-lhe service added a decorative note. Low bowls, of violets nnd other Spring flowers were used throughout tlir home. Receiving with Mrs. D. R. Weriz president of the club, and Mrs. Edrlngton at the theater and in the home were Iho other members of lhc executive board including Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. R. H. Jones. Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Mrs. George Abrcv, Mrs. nobei-l 0. Sumncr, Mrs " E H Burns. Mrs. J. L. (jln.scoe, Mrs. W. I: Mcorc, nnd Mrs, G. Hnrtsill Banks. °»}-o(-lowii sjiiest,-; were Mrs. L. formerly and her Let GARLIC Help Fight HarmfulGolon Bacteria Out nt sorts 7 Harmful bacteria in nccutnu. I.ited waste mndcr in your colon may be rolFininc yon nirl c.iusitti; rllstrcislng liradactic. »nd ilillinui. Try nEAHIIOKK -' --' "irlic Tnhlrt». roiin- i« Kin,., llros. Dj-iip <; ( >. «n,] f [tel n FKKK (rial i.iiclati-. S. Mitchell ol fit. , n member ot the club, KXl'ERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Appoi Xm Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swrdlsh Massage, Vap. B»ths Mn. Ruth Lawhon SPECIAL! 1/3 More for ihr sninc iimticj- Johnson's Wax nnd Glo-Co;il SHOUSE-HENRY HAUDWARE CO. Phone 35 Nelson, local soft drink boltler Gucsts for the dinner otlicr the employers included J Mai ion Adams of Hie State Department of Education, Tom MOS.S Coordinaior of Trade & Industrial Education in th c Paragould school .W/ D. McCiiirtln, sii])crlntcndcnt o? city school, and Ihc Kcv Jam-s A. OVcrholser, minister of tlic First Presbyterian church. Visitors nt Sunday's meeting were A. S. Cannon ami T. Malool. both of Monroe. u ( ,. Mrs. Kd ta;rich of J cai:c v.crt: seivtd dm hour. »•'» Mr. win i rram i'; the -inri Attend Meeting Oi ; Health Unit Nurses' __^ i A iludy gromi mcctii g foi \. ol'lhe health unil.s in Worlhrao! I : Arkansas, lield «l Marlon Hie first. of the week, \vas aUeiVded by Miss Aci^ Boyd, white IIUI-BO of thc Mls- oiss.lppi County Health Unit, and Eileri Harrison. Hie i:egro uurw MlSi Llla Sallec of Llttlo Rock, consultant nurse, conducted the study. ' . 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