The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 22, 1940
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BLVTOEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7,30 o'clock at flail, Bachelors' club sponsoring barn dance, nine o'clock, at city auditorium, Mrs jjohn F, JMinmillcr entertaining Tuesday pbptrsct club. Tuesdaj Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp. Mrs. Doyle Henderson having Tuesday club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. T, W. Jeffries. Mrs. J. Niejc Thomas haying Tuesday Bridge cjufe. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Syrian-American club having private dance at Woman's club, eight o'clock Mrs, O. \V, McCutchen entertaining T<J»n snd Country ciub. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs.-.Russell Parr. Chapter D and Chnpter N of the f. E. O. /sisterhood entertaining luth Cottey co'lege tea at home of Mr a"d Mrs A Conway. Mrs. Eddie Rcgenolrt entertaining pj-Monthly Luncheon club. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs J J Cookston entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Miss Jenny Wren Dlllalmnly entertaining Double G Bridge club. Mrs. Ed Carl-Lee and Mrs. Dai- ton Tatt entertaining Y. M. B. club' at .the Carl-Lee home. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mld- Wejk Bridge club. ISfrs. B. F, .Brogdon Jr., entertaining Thursday Dessert club. Thursdas Contract club meeting ivith Mrs. Edgar Boruin. Mrs. R, P. Klrshner having Thursday Luncheon club, K'RIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hugh \Vhitsilt eiitertnlnfne Friday Bridge club. Friday Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. S. Heiiish. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L. E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Trowbi'banan Vows Exchanged Sunday Trie First Baptist church was the*lseUmg jesterdaj' afternoon for the wedding of Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs? William Edward Buchanan, and~.Louis I,. Trowbrirtge jr., of Farmington, Mo., son of Mr. nnd Mrs: L. L. Trowbridge Sr., of St. Louis. Wjiite gladioli and fern tanked (he"altai which was lighted by calrjcdral tapers in white canda- labra riooibaskets of'the gladioli were arranged In (lie corners of the altar rail, The Rev Alfred Carpenter, pastor -'of the church, read the service at three o'clock. Betsy Buchanan, sister of the bride, and Maiy Margaret Trowbridge of St, Louis, sister of the bridegroom, lighted the tapers. Botli «ere dressed in blue crepe with blue acce^or;es aiid had shoulder corsages of white carnations. Miss Wynettc Shepperd sang two numbers, . "Because" and "I Love You Truly' She was accompanied by Earl B. Snyder, who also played the traditionM Wedding marches. Miss Shepherd wore a bolero ensemble of beige with red accessories. Her'corsage was of red carnations. MIES Winifred Crawford, (he Drills' o~>'y pttendani. wore a two tone blue model designed with n full stirl Beige accessories and a corsage of pink carnations completed her costume. The bride entered on the arm ol her father She wore a. blue, crepe jacekt ensemble which was accented at and the lapels of the jacket by Irish lace. Her accessories were in blue and she FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia A tractive Bride MONDAY,'.APRIL 22; 1840 "Olaiy, but remember—it's purcb platonic." afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by George W. Patterson, minister of the First Christian church, nl his home. Only the parents of !he bride were present for the ceremony. The bride wore n navy blue crepe model accented with a white fluted edging at the neck mid wrist. Her corsage was of valley lilies and while sweet peus. iwn their return from Memphis where they are spending several days, Mr. and Mrs, Anderson will be at home at 70) West Ash Mrs. Anderson Ims always made her home nt Dell. She was named Eenlur Queen of the Dell high school when Bhe graduated in 1038. Mr. Anderson was graduated from the city high school and is now connected with (lie Dr. Pepper Bottling company. * » • Seoul Executive To WcO ,lonesbori> Girl Announcement lias been made of (he cngaseinent of Miss Menu Marla v >Rea, oyjojiesboro, to Robert C. Macnab, .who Is Scout executive of the Eastern Arkansas ..Council with headquarters in Jancsbcro. The wedding will take place curly in June at the First Baptist church of JoiKsboro. Miss Rca Is the daughter of Mrs Maggie J. Ren of Joneshoro and a sister of Roy Rea. of this city. A graduate of Yclh'Ulc High school, she attended Arkansas St Teacher;;' college at Conway and Arkansas Stnie college at Joncs- b°ro. She has ttuight school at Yeli- ville nml Plat't and for the past four ycnrs hns held a posllion ns teacher in the North school nl Jo^csboro. Mr. Mncnab is the son of Mrs. Jessie B. Macnab of Chattanooga, Tenn. He is a graduate of McCnllie School of Chatlanoog.i and atlen:!- ~'A University of Chattanooga, lie was graduated from the 22r.d Na- ;ioiMl Training School for Scout Executives nt Moiint Klsco, N. Y., and served for eight years us Assistant Scout executive for the Chattanooga Area Council, B. S. A. Before becoming tissoelntcd with the Eastern Arkansas Council, he served one year as Scout Executive to the church for rehearsal. Mrs. Oils Shepherd and her daughter, Miss Wynetle, who WHS vocalist for the wedding, had a breakfast for Mr. nnd Mrs. Ti-ow- bridge Sunday morning. Miss Shepherd, who attends Mississippi Stole College for Women at Columbus, came home for the wedding. ' Ten guests were served' a two course breakfast. A centerpiece of tulips nnd splrea was used on lh.e dining table. O. M. T. Clul) Meets week, She returned home Salui- dny after Mr. Miller had Joined here here Friday. ' • j Her hostess (nuqrtafncil J2 guests ftt n bridge (mrty Wednesday night ni/ojiged In honor of her find Mrs. John Tiicker of Little }{ock, jjoute- gliesl of Mr. uno" Mff. 3)T«i Morse. [ lllis)i score Prtee went to Mre. Row [). rfughos, and the two gu*sUf wcvc preBcnlcd gifu, MIB. AHUek »)id Mrs, Miller were guests of Mrfi. Rvssell Phillips foi lunch on Tuesday and of Mrs. A O. LUtlu on Wednesday. i When M«, Everett B. (ice en- ]tertn)ncd Ihe Thursday Luncheon phlb nt her jjpme Thiircdsy, she I also liad Mrs. Mll)«r as her ^u*st Tlicy were dinner BiicBts of Mre Hurry Ktrby Thursday night. Bits of News Mostly Personals C. J. Little left today tot Hot SprincK where he will undergo treatment at the Ai'iuy ni)d Navy hospital for several weeks. Upon tils return he will make formal announcement for nil office he plans to seek in the August pri- mnry, he told friends yesterday before his departure. Coidnc BlBckwe)!, who was str|pk- en seriously ill Saturday night'nt the home of Mr. npcl Mrs. H. C. Martin on 'Ninth street, is better today. Removed to Blythcville 1 Hospital, lie was able to be taken to his lio|!ii> near Armorel late yesterday. Mr. Blnckwell's attack was caused by complications resulting from nn automobile accident several years ngo In which his back was injured and from which he has never fully recovered. Miss Martha Lee Hall, of Cape Glrardcnu, and Miss ,\lnry Jo Hall who studies at the Hawkins Laboratory in Memphis, spent the week County. The pilgrimage will begin'oilier sports In the afternoon the at 9:M> a. m. and will visit tho crowning of the ([iieou nnd a may- following gardens between 9 n. m. pole dance, climaxed with a- play and 12 m.: Mrs. John L'zcll, Pecan In the auditorium iii the evening, 'Hie entire school and rooms will be on exhibition throughout the day showing lh e work of the stu- ileiUs In (he various departments, and all parents ami friends are in- I'olnt; Mrs, E. M. Chllds, Sr., Joiner; Mrs. U 1'. Bowdcn, Joiner; Mrs. folly Bovvden, Joiner; Mrs. A. B. Catchines, Biissetl and Mrs. Jack Uncll, Basset!.. ..-—...„.„., From 2:30 p. in. (o 4:30 p. m. the l v " e <i <"'d urged lo vbit'ThV'sehool following gardens will be visited: l al -"'at time. Mrs. A. J. Cole. Mrs. Lee Wesson i t • . and Mrs. Roy Wilson, all of Wil- Mrs. N, B. Ellis nnd M,- S . J. A. son. The pilgrimage will lie com])- Apple attended an all day meeting Ictcd wilh a visit of Mrs. J. H. 0( H»e Counly Council of Parents Grain's garden at "Oak Meadow", j' antl Teachers of Mississippi Coun- al which time Ira will lie served''JVhold in Leachvllle Friday. Lee Vteson will return this week from Springfield. Mass, and other (he Wilson Club house. His Sl ijunday. Party Miss June Turner was hosier lo Lneiity of Jier friends nt a skating uml lucky party at the school gym,,,„,, i rmslum nn Saturday night, Prills Ml.« Bonnie Jeanne- Buchanan, wcvc won by J0 . Agucs stover, for Store became the bride of Louis the tackiest costume for the girls, Trowbridge of Farmington, Mo., W eslcy Apple fpr the tackiest boy, turning home lie stppjjcd In Memphis for the baseball game between Memphis and Little Rock, Mrs. J. L. Hancock and two children have returned home from tin extended visit with Mrs. Hanco^'s parents, Mr, find Mrs. Joe McUridc of Beverly, Kans. George Dilluhunty Jr., who nt- lends Die Murdock Cotton School in Memphis, spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs, G. W. Dihalm.ity, nnd family. from 3:30 until 5:30 p. in. In case of rain, which will not _ . permit the pilgrimage, the com- eastern points where he lias spent niittee announces that all guests two vyceks vfsiUiig Ills parents, Mr. aic Invited to tea at 4:00 p, in, ati a "d Mrs. Frank Wesson. Mr ' and Mrs. John V. Baltz ami children, nnd Mrs. p. J. Baltz. were week-end guests In Mie home of llielr Eisler and daughter, Mis. W. J, Lmlwlg and family. 'At The Hospitals BJylheville Hospital Sammie Moody, Bragg City, admitted. Dickie Greenwell, city, admitted. Earl Mosley, city, ndmitted. David Buck, city, admitted. J. L. Spears, city, admitted. Coalnc Blackwell, Armorel, dismissed. James Roy, city, dismissctl. Wilson Society—Personal end here with thci: oiul Mrs. A. b. Ha ir parents, Mr! St ' Lo^ M. Louis, was Mr. Tro man, Ushers, were Frank Huffman Mr. and best Honored W ilh Two " unorcrt """ '"" of Stecle, the Rev, Gordon Psal- morids of Bollvnr, Mo., Russell Bmigh and L. T. Moore Jr. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. In addition to members of the wedding party, others in Ihe receiving line were Mrs/; J. D. McKchzie of West Memphis, and Mrs. M. Perry of St. Louis, aunts of the bride and bridegroom. Miss Elizabeth Trowbridge of St. - Louis, sisicr of the bridegroom, pre• sided over the refreshment table The three tiered while wcddm; cake' ornamented with roses and gold leaves and surmounted by miniature bride and groom In an archway formed the, center decoration of tho'Iace draped table. While gladioli were used throughout the house! Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge left for a brief wedding trip to Hot Springs. They, will rclurn here to spend a diy before qomj to Farmington] where they will make their rom» Mr TroAbr.d^c is cfficie-c, e*pcn' Mth.thc Rice Stis company Among the out of town . guests here for the wedding were \J and Mrs. J. D. McKenzle of West Memphis; Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Trov bridge Sr., and daughters, Mary Margaret:and Miss Elisabeth Trow- bvidgc,.Mr.- and Mrs. Held, all of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Wilhrd Rhodes of Farnilr>g(on •s. Trmvbriilgr '.irlics Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1,. Trowbridge Jr., of Farniiiigton, Mo., vflio were married yesterday at the First Baptist churcii, were honored witii two parties over the week end. Mrs. Trowbridge Is the forme) Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, whose daughter. Miss Winifred Crawford, a :it Arkansas Slate Teachers calief;r at Conway was a maid of honor In ihc wc<l- ftns. entertained for Mr. «n;l Mrs. Trowbridge Saturday night before the rehearsal. Tlie lace draped dining table IHK! a centerpiece of a bride anrt Broom at whose feet was arranged a crystal bowl of pink tulips and spirea. Pink tapers in crystal candle holders Hanked the miniature figures. For the small tables, ilccoralions were white placecards ornamented pink bricies and bouquets of of Die O. M. T. club were entertained Wednesday night at the home of Miss Marie Abraham. Miss Louise Anderson wns co- hostess with Miss Auifilisn-.. In the Pokino games which the j guests played, Miss Geraldinc Freeman received the prize. The hostesses served refreshments after the gamps. Delegates Make Itcporls Mrs, Harry Kirby nnd Mr.s.'fiilcy B. Jbni's, Hlelcgnle.i; io Die slat.ei convention'of 'Hie 1'. E. O. sisterhood, held in Fort Smith recently, gave reports on the convention at the meeting of chapter N of the sisterhood Saturday at the horns of Mrs. J. W. Adnms Jr. Mrs. Adnms and Mrs. W. D. McOlnrkln were jiostesses lo M members for n luncheon. Tulips, iinrcksuses nnd other spring flowers made up t|ie mixed bouquet used for n eenlcrpiene of the lunch- con table. Placecards were crocheted garden hats of yellow, which |s used with white for the sisterhood colors. t •* i Informal Affairs Honor Mrs. Tucker Mrs. John Tucker of Little Rock, who returned home this morning after hnving been the of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse since Wednesday, was entertained informally at several affairs during her visit. Mrs. T. J. Malinn and jier daughter, Mrs. James H. Dell, had a luncheon and au all day hooking party at their home Saturday in her honor. Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. ivforse and Iheir guest were enlc:lnin«l nt a small dinner )>nrty given by Mr. nml Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner had Mrs. Tucker nu<l Mrs. Morse for luncheon and hooking pnrly Friday nft- crnoon. Thursday, Mrs. Tucker played cards with the Thursday Lunch- con club which was entertained nt the home of MM. Evercll B. Gee.. On Thursdny nighl, she and the Morses were guests of Mr. and Mrs. | Ross U. Hughes for dinner. Mrs. Tucker shared honors with Mrs. Max Miller, of Helena, Wert- ncsdny night when Mrs. C. w. Afflick entertained with a bridge pnrly for llicm. Miss Mary Adnh Robinson, who nltcmlfi Southwestern college at Memphis, spent Die week end here with her father, Dr. Finley A.' Robinson, and family. Jerry Harwell spent the week cnS In Poplar Bluff, Mo., wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harwell. Tolcr Buchanan was the week end guest of Ills parents in Walnut Ridge. K. O. nose and W. Leon Smith arc aUemUiig lo business in Chi- eago. I'. T. A. Has Night Meeting Mr. Herbert Schwartz, Athletic director of the Arkansas Stale College, Juncslioro, was the guest speaker at the meeting of the Parent Teacher Association in the high school auditorium Thursdaj evening. His subject was "Recreation," ami stressed the importance of activities in, (he various forms of recreation in the modern method of teaching. The Junior Girls Glee Club" sang, "Amaryllis" and "Moni- ine" by Grieg, directed by Miss Mary Symonds. • According to (he usual annua custom of liaving the April meeting at night, with Oic husbands as guests, the business session was presided over by the husbands ol the officers, with Dr. N. B.* Ellis acting as president nut! J. A. Apple as secretary. Mr. H. B. Goldman read the president's message, anc and Pat Patterson spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Jo)in Tucker of Little Rock, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Byroii M. Morse ; here last week, returned home 'this morning. Her •daughter, Miss Jo 'fucker, and Byron Rhodes Morse, both of LHUc Rock, enmfc over to spend the day with Mr. Morse's parents and were accompanied home by Mrs. Tucker. Mrs. H. C. Lnysoj). is able to be- out after having been injured in n sled accident during tiic winter. Mr. and Mrs. B.' jv. Lamb nn;i family visited friends in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King who has been visiting in Hattiesburg nnd Pace. Miss., since January was culled to Gainesville, Fto., to lie with the family of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Dean while Mrs. Dcati comes (o Memphis for trentment nnci a possible operation. Mr*. Denn. who is the dnughlor of Mrs. King, arrived today In Puce und will be accompanied lo Memphis by her brother, R. M. King, other relatives who live here plan to go to Memphis to be with her. Drs. Carl and Edna Nics and Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas were in Holly Springs, Miss., yesterday for the Garden Pilgrimage. Mrs. Herbert Whllehead anil children nrc visiting relatives in Hnzcn, Ark. Mr. Whilchcivd motored them over yesterday. As he was re- very nice social hour was held ir Hie Home Economics Collage, will: refreshments of sandwiches, pic and coffee served by the Hospitality Committee. (garden I'ilgrimafrc To Bu Held April 35 One of the largest of the . social affairs is the Garden pil- griinnge to be, held on Thursday ' April 'Joth, sponsored by tht nd Jnmes Hawk, for the fiistcsl py skater, and Doris Standlfer for he fastest girl on skates. Rcfrcsh- nents of sandwiches and cold rinks were served 'by Mrs. W. S. Turner, assisted by Miss Jcancttu "'hlllips, sixth grade teacher, who iso chaperoned the party. * * i Attend Jluslc festival A large group of boys and gills comprising (he Junior boys and :irls glee clubs, ar/conipunled by '. L. Bird, Miss iMnry Symonds, Louise Phillips and Mrs. W. J. "xiidwig, drove lo Jonesboro Friday .0 participate in the spring music festival held in the auditorium ol :he First Christian Church there. Both boys nnd girls won first place n their respective glee clubs. First place was also won by the jroup taking part in the Junior Dramatic Piny, held on Thursday nit'ht, and director! by Louise Phillips, at the high school. The following chr>_!ren took part: Mary Virginia Vincent, liillie PickeU, Clolhililc McAfee, John Ellis Ells- lander, Wesley Apple and Billy Ludwig. * * > .Hay Day festival Announcement vvns made by C. L. Bird, superintendent, of the May Day Festival planned for Friday, May 3, in Wilson, with the entire school participating. There will be a parade in the morning, composed ol the school children, on bicycles, and the band In uniform, with .softball games and Mrs. Ben Wood, Hayll, dismissed. Delia,- Slayton, Holland, dismissed. Alistlnc Pressncll, city, dismissed. Wnlls Hospilal R. N. Church, clly, admitted. Mrs. Grpvcr Yatcs, Wilso.i, ,i;l- mittcd. Mrs. Charles Short, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs, w. J. Townscnd,' Luxora, admitted. Memphis riletltudisl llaspii^i • Louis Kay Duvall, Pascola, ad- niitted. Mrs. Marvin Kinsey, Havti, admitted, Mrs. Percy Smith. Osccola, admitted. Mrs. Leo Terror, Caruthersville, admitted. Moinplifs Kl. Jfosepii't; Hospital A. B. amms, cily, admitted. Arabs were the first foreign merchants of whom there is a, record. EXPERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Massaje, Vap. Batfa» Mrs. Ruth I-awlion BINGO PARTY 8:00 Tuesday Night CATHOLIC HALL Ladies Auxiliary of , "VTownsencLGlub -•*': " _ -- ' • -'- - • * " Sign the Nev Register at the Ritz LAST TIMES TODAY Cooperative Club nnd the Suns Garden Club of Sumh Mississippi | "Build-Up" for Women Periodic distress, .such as headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pain, may be symptoms of functional dysnifiiorrlica due lo malnutrition, so often helped by CAIiDUf. By Increasing nppellle, slim n la ting flow of gastric juices and so assisting digestion, it helps bulk) physical resislance lo periodic discomfort. It also helps reduce periodic distress for man)' who lake it a few-days before and during "the time." Try CAUDUI. Used 50 years. Illythevillc Gasoline At STATE LINK PRICES 0 Gals, for §1.00 JOYNKR OIL CO. At Keel Top Gin U. S. Highway Gl, North tied witl> pink sal in bows. The other eutcrtalning rooms were mnric colorful with bouquets of lilacs and iiiscs. Assisting In receiving the guests v.crd another daughter of the Crawfoicls. Miss Eugenia Crawford, a student at Arkansas Slate college I at JonoAoro, nnd'Deby Biicluinxn, I sister of the bride. ; Following dinner. Hie group ucnl j Mis. Millrr Honored At Informal I'arlics Several informal nflaivs were given for Mrs. Max Milter ol Helena who was Uie guest of Mr. ond Mrs. C. W. Atflick here last JJiw Alb? Grccn«a) Wrt* Hirold Anderson Mr, arid Mrs Russell A Gicen-l \\ay, ot» Dcjl, announce the inar-|' tlftge o( Ihcil daughter,' Miss Alln" ' , 'and. Harold Anderson, MII of If i. and Mis W A Audcr- •S>n, at Amlorel,, sas»rcad Sunday SPECIAL! 1/3 More for the same money Johnson's Wax and Glo-Coat SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. I'hpne 35 BARGAiHS IN' UvSKI) Ice Boxes Uebuill iinil tiunrunlccd Electric Refrigerators HARDAW&Y APPLIANCE CO. 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