The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1940
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY. AMIIL-H Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Roecoe Crafton eiitci tain- Ing Thursday Afternoon club. • Young People's ;club, church .ol the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo paily, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. Airs. J. J.' Cookston entertaining Thursday. Bridge club. Ste Jwiny Wren Dillahunly entertaining Double G Bridge club. Mrs. Ed Carl-Uc and Mrs. Dal- toti Talt entertaining Y. M. B. club at the Carl-Lee home. Mrs. Cecil Sh»ne having Mid- Week Bridge club. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Jr., enter- taining'Thursday Dessert club. Thursdny Contract club meeting with Mrs. Edgar Boiiim. Mrs. R. P. Klrshner having Thursday Luncheon club. FRIDAY'S EVUNTS Executive board, Woman's club, having luncheon one o'clock at club house. Mrs. Hugh WhilsHt entertaining Friday Bridge club. Friday Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. S. nenlsli. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. U E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Pftton Is Gu«l At Numerous Parties Mrs. Mabel Pattoa ot Newport, liousegucst of Mr. and Mrs. W. D Chamblin, lias been entertained at numerous parties and Informal affairs during her visit here. She was hostess to eight guests for a bridge'hmcheon at the Hotel Noble Monday. A mixed bouquet of spring flowers was the center decoration of the dining table, while tulips nnd irises were arranged about the room where bridge was played. ;Mrs. W. H. Min.vmd was high, Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high and. Mrs., Russell Phillips, third high in the bridge games. : Mrs. Alien Walton entertained ijVc'guidta in honor ot Mrs. Patton Saturday wlien she had also hnrt a luncheon at the hotel. Tulijis formed the centerpiece of- the dining table at which n three course lunch was served. Later Uie group went to Mrs. Walton's home. Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. PaUon •was a guest of Mrs. J. Nick Thomas for the Tuesday Bridge club parly Tweeds Go To Town and last night she and the Chamb-i I10 " C|J ' ft was announced today. llns were guesls of Mr. and Mrs. ™<irc date of the meeting will be W. H. Mlnyard for dinner. Mr; and , """oimccd later. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertuined them for dinner Saturday night. Mrs. Patton and Mrs. Chamblin were to be guests today of Mrs. Hunter bridge. C. Sims for lunch and Local Dancers Swing To Jewel Cowboy Rhythm The old fashioned square dances and breakdowns put on modern dress last night when 200 young A MERICAN designer Louise Barnes Gal. lagher created this chic, utilitarian suit which is right for town or suburbs. The moderately- flared skirt is ot black tweed, the short jacket ol red, black and gray striped (weed. Poppy red slitcliing trims the neckband collar and the front closing o'f Ilia white silk iorsey blouse. The hul, by Jeanne Tefo, is of pop- B. & P. W. Club Hears Convention Report church for tonight has been post- Is Hnstrss to Club Mrs. T. w. Jeffries wns hostess people went "swinging" to the music of the Jewel Coivboys at the barn I Has Club Party to members of Ihe City Contract club and two guests, Mrs. -J.'M.' Williams and Mrs. Bob Grimes, lor a''i>n'rly yesterday afternoon at her home. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. L, G. Nash was high mid. Mis. Williams, second high scorer. Miss Clara Ruble, president, ol the Business and Professional Woman's club, reported on lhc slate Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs, G. 11, Grcar returned Monday from n month's visit In no'idlc, W. J., with her (laughter, Mrs. J. H. Oximm, and Or, Qxman. while she was away, she also visited in j>)iil- adclphla, New York City, AUunlle City, Boston and was in Washington during cherry blossom time. Mrs. J. Allen Webb of California, Mo., who has been visiting the drear family while Mrs. Grcar was away, will be Joined here Monday by Ihe Rev. Mr. Webb. They will spend several more days here before reluming (o Iheir home. J. F. Smool, who was stricken wllh paralysis more (ban a week ago while confined to Ihc home of his daugliler, Mrs. E. P. niomeycr, because of another illness, Is resting very well. His condition is Improved. Ro.scoe Crallon went to Kansas City yesterday to attend a sales meeting. Uc plans to return next week. George Dlllnhunty Jr,, who at- i tends Murdock Collon School In Memphis, and Paris McCalla of j Memphis, came up lust night for " the Bachelors' club "barn" dance at the city auditorium. Doyle Henderson attended to business In Caruthersville yesterday. Mrs. Harry Atkins returned to St. Louis last night for a rccheck at Barnard's hospital where she has been a patient. Her' condition Is believed to be quite good. Mrs. Albeit K, Taylor has been admitted to Memphis Methodist hospital for observation. Her mother, Mrs. H. n. Brandon, nnd Mr. Taylor motored her down yesterday. Mr. Taylor Is expected to return this afternoon. James Hoy is able to be out titter having been ill of the mumps. Joe Hughes Is spending this week Nela Park, O., near Cleveland, lie is taking a training course in lighting application with particular emphasis on fluorescent lighting. He is expected to return Sunday. 250 Attend Legion ' ( Supper At Holland HOLLAND, Mo.—There were approximately 250 members ami guests who attended the American Legion supper at the Holland gymnasium Monday night when in'om- I tiers from Cooler and Holland were hosts. dance given by members of lhc Bachelors club at Ihe city 'auditorium. Youths and grandpappies swapped yarns over cider jugs, while the tanners' daughters had Iheir pictures taken with the village bachelors. . Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs and Joe Applebamn of Osceola, received lhc prizes for the mosl appropriately dressed guests, Miss Isaacs wore a black and while plaid jumper dress set off by a red shirl. Freckles, pigtails and black colton stockings completed her costume. As the hick of the village, Mr. Applebaum slood out because of his wig of red hair and his buttoned highlop shoes. Horace Walpole was named the best hog caller "In these here parts" after giving several exhibitions in competition with other aspirants for this honor. Among lhc out of town guesls present were: Miss Clementine Bowen, Miss Josephine Frazier, Frank Edrington, Charles Boles, Jim Burm, Ed Stofficld, Joe Applc- baiim, James McGarrity, Buddy Bowcn, Earl Morrison, Frank Bell, Van Elliott, Emmitt Wilson, and Phillip Applcbuum, all of Osceola; Mrs. Julia B. Owen, Bob Gillespie Jr., bolh ol Luxoia; Miss Pearl Craves, Billy Nicholson. Archibald heta insl week end in El Dorado al the meeting of Ihe local group Monday night,-nt the home of MI'M Moiicltu Bradley. Miss Ruble, who was a delegate j '^"splendid program was given by nm L , ,1 B !' 0l !''r cs " ma " y the school band from Sloclc. Cooler cmphamcd the decision of the and Holland nnd several olher state group lo contribute 55,000 for lm!stall , ullllbcl . s glvcu> „ |)icU]rc show was also given and Interesting talks made by various members. The supper consisted of barbecue - pig sandwiches, pickles, slaw, cof- tho club. The hostess served iced , fee cakes and iced drinks and was drinks and cookies during ihc soc- fill free. Ihc purchasing of the Whitlicld wild lite paintings in order to keep them In Arkansas. Mrs. Norman Bunch and Miss Margaret, Williams were guests of ial hour. To Present Play At Dell School Mrs. Reiikcrt Wetciikainp had a Unity for members of the Tuesday Afternoon club and ihree . guests at her home yeslerda'y afternoon. Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. James Terry nnd Mrs. Rupert Craflon played cards wilh lhc club members in rooms decorated wilh lullps and Irises. Refreshments were served after the enmcs in which Mrs. Welcn- knmp was high and Mrs. Terry, second high scorer. ATC (.iuc-sts Of Club Mrs. James V. Dales and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson were guests ol Mrs. John F. Reinniillcr yesterday ^jror^T^^^te^-™^;^^^^ The performance is lo bc"in 8 o'clock. Mrs, Harold Anderson of city was before her recent I his marriage, Miss Alba Greenway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Russell A. Grecnway or Dell. Sleelc-Cooler Society—Personal Callahau-Walsun Announcement is being made litre of the marriage of Miss Mar- 1 gic Watson youngest daughter of ] Mrs. Emma Watson, formerly ot j Cooler bul now of Lcpanto. Ark. ! :o Horracc Callahan of Marked • Tree. Ark., which occurred on March 30th. The bride lived at Cooler for a ' inimbor of years and attended i Glrardcan spent last weekend hero with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, n. Bcckham and Mr. <Md Mrs. John Campbell. J. B. Coleman and Tucker Bennett of filythcville spent last weekend in Cooler as guests of the former's grandmother, Mrs. John Russell, and family. Mr. and Mrs. l,ewls Lester were visitors in filytlievillc Sunday afternoon, Mrs. W. J. Evans of Maplcwood •.pent Inst weekend here ivlDi her sister, Mrs. Basil McClurc ai!(i family. Miss Helen Hunter McCann spent last weekend In Caruthersville where she was a of Miss Patricia Shade. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Fisher visited the lalfer's mother, Mrs. If. j. Knight and family of rortagevilie S'jnciay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. li. Sncncc and children Bertie McBridc and Mrs. H. A. Sponce visited friends In Ifayli Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Urnbaugh of Cooler spent last Sunday in Steelc where they were entertained at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. w. Jordan. Mrs. Jim Mcclnrc is recovering .slowly at her home in Cooler where she has been ronlined since last, week when she fell and broke a rib. Mrs. If, A. Spcucc will leave Sunday for an extended visit, wilh relnlh'es in Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Arthur Taylor, Misses Nine Brooks and Junnlta Lossing spent yesterday in Memphis. ! FLAPPER FANNY, » SCKVICE.W. T, M. RtC. y. By Sylvia home in Marked Tree, Mrs. While Entertains at llrirlgi; Mrs. f:!y:in While was hostess to her Tuesday Bridge Club and :mc guest. Mrs. Arthur Taylor, al her home last week. The high score award went to Mrs. Taylor, second high to Mrs. Ouss Cooper, nnd bridgu lo Mrs. Jim Miller. The hostess served tuna fish sandwiches, pickles, olives, cherry pie and Iced lea. At The Hospitals lilyihcville Hospital Mrs. Robert Wilks, Canitlicrs- ville. admitted. Mrs. Martha Delroy, city, dismissed. Mrs. Cecil Winglield, Stecle, dis- Miss Grace Hawlcy, city, dis- Walls IfnsiiituL Mrs. O. W. Phillips, Braggadocio, admitted. Mrs. A. c. Austin, city, admitted. Wayne Sigman. city, admitted. Mrs. L. L. Gary, Sleclc, dismissed. Memphis St. Joseph's Clinic Boni to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Webber, Osceola, a son. Memphis llaplist Hospital Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Wilson, admitted. Oanghlcr Born, Mother Seriously I little 3',i pound baby girl was i,,~ III Elephants licaf Charged Fence PRETORIA, South Africa (UP) I. L,. Fisher of Holland and A. R. ncckhum of Cooler'and a Mr. Edwards of Holland were in charge of the refreshment committee. - The eighth' gractn of the Dell elementary school will present a piny Friday night, at the .school titidl- toriuin. "Billys Aiml Jane'" is the title of the piny which is being given ns.thc annual evcnl of this class. club wiili Mrs. John C. McHancy. Jr" second high score (he club members. Jonquils decorated lhc rooms where bridge was played. Mrs. V. G. Holland received high and Mrs. B. F. Potter, prize among Quest prize wnnl lo Mrs. Dates. Refreshments were served at Ihe conclusion of lhc games. I'la.v.s Cards With Club Mrs. W. II. Minyard and Mrs. Mabel Patton of Newport, house- at guest of Mrs. D. cliamblii). played curds wills members of Ilin „.. . - --- - ...-Thursday Bridge club who were Kitchens, R. E. Ovr, all of Wilson; cnlertaincrt yesterday afternoon at Miss Jane Williams of Driver: Miss the home of Mrs. j' Nick Thomas Mary Riimcy, Miss Dorothy Me- 1 ' ' J ' • .. all of Ca nithcrsvillc; Miss Gwendolyn Griffin of Memphis; Ted Brummilt of Pine Bluff. CHiccrK Chosen Mrs. J. D. McGill was rc-clcctci! president of llic Bercon Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church night when ten i KnlcrUins fluh memters were entertained by Mrs. i Tulip.- ami irises decorated .... used for the centerpiece of the dining table while bouqticls of tulips and Irises were arranged about the house. Mrs. Elton W. Klrby was hl?h and Mrs. Pallor second hii;h .scorer in Hie bridge games which followed lunch. The hostess also presented Mrs. I'atton with a prixs Joiner Girl Crowned St. Mary's Princess JOINER, Bobljic Raye Former Local Resident Wisconsin U. Professor! John Guy Kowlkcs. who lived in Blythevllle when a young boy, Is now professor of education at (he University of, Wisconsin, Madison. The son of the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Fowlkes. i>u rulliei- was pastor of the First Baplist church for several yours in abour 1009 and during this (imc lhc only son attended Central WaviS ' grammar school. The ['amily. which also included :i daugtev. Gladys. Ipft Blylhcvillc nnd lived in numerous paces In lhc slate, lalcr going to Ue Vall's Blu It.' Dr. Fowlkes made rapid progress In Ills career. He was principal ot Ihe Arkadelphia high school, director of physical education at Bowden, tlniightcr of Mrs. fl. H. Bowdcn, has been crowned princess of St. Mary's School iir Memphis. She was presented the silver crown and rlnu Indicative of the honor by Rita Strickland, princess of lhc school last year. Mrs. Bowilen and Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd Carlock, of Joiner, and Mrs. I Robert Jones of Oakland . City, I Itirl ivpr/* .Mifoinl »)>/u-ii .,i Hm of Chicago, 111., at a hospital in > 'ninv f i ti t uh *t~> Chicago recently. The baby is get- J wires lvcrc c i,ai'oe'd "lie^supports tui« along fine but Mrs. Shelton wcrc 110( .. So i hc ° s | m| ,, y uf>roolC A wuo for several weeks has been u , c ,, 0 i c . 5 nm i Vnlkcd over the seriously ill is unimproved. Her ', wires mother, Mrs. Bud Still of Sicele, Is with her. ______—_•___ Mrs. Sliclton is (he former Miss Inez Still. This is her second child both are girls. Miss Hazel McAdams was a recent visitor in St. Louis. Mrs. A. L, McBridc and sons. Lloyd and Danny, were visitors in Caruthersville Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Lewis were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lewis of Braggadocio Sunday nnd in lhc afternoon were guests In 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ! Cumpton and olher friends of Kcn- nett. Miss Vesta Milloway of- Newport, Ark., is (he gucsL of her mother. Mrs. Bertha Milloway and-family.' Misses Rowena Campbell anrt Louise Bcckham who are attending State Teachers College in Cape I ." - . . then A borrows §25 more.' Honest, that guy's been Jtisi one jump ahead of the sheniY ever since I was iathc • second grade." Training Union To Meet At Blackwater The Mississippi County Baptist Training Union assoclniion will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at Ihe Blackwaler Baplist, church according lo announcement made today by Miss Clara B. Kinton, county secretary. The Rev. Edgar Williamson, of Liltle Hock, slate secretary, will deliver Hie closing address. Officers arc extending an Invitation lo visitors and urging all Baptists lo attend. Good News for Women Every day women are finding their headaches, nervousness, cramp- like pains, olher .symptoms of functional dysmennrrhea. due lo malnutrition are helped by CARDIH. Main way it usually helps is by increasing: appetite and (lev of gastric juice; so aiding digestion, helping build up users. Periodic distress is also cased for many who take. CARDUt a few days before and during ''the time." Women ha~v used CAHDUI for more than 50 years! "THURSDAY AH NATIONAL HARDWARE APRIL 25tk MAY 4tt,,1940 Ctet your share of Ear gains in everyday household needs. 1'honc :« "C[uali(.v, Variety ntnl Value" Don't Scratch Itchy Skin Scratching minor skin irritalions leads to grealcr discomfort Inter on and "opens" them, to posslblo 1 Infection. Instead, get your relief ' from their itching, burning sore- ! ness wilh Black and White Oint- \ menl. Cleanse akin with Black and White Skin Soap. Sold everywhere. Bmt!l " lc Hot Springs high school, director Maltic Allen. . teacher; Mrs. D. C. McLean and Mrs.;T. J. Mahan, assistant leach- ' crs. I Hot chocolate and cake were i served during the wclal hour. which Lloyd hi?h anrt Mrs. 'w. accord high scorer. .tickmon -.van tllc department. He lias written C. Hi<«lnson !f:Vrl ' nl hooks, collaborated in lhc authorship of others and taught * * * al numerous universities during . H.T, )!irth<l,i) |)in nrr i summer sessions. i Jack O'Keefe wa,s host to [2 ot pils frlcncb lor a .steak dinner at I he Rustic Irn last ni e i,i in cclc- Thc two princesses wore . bouffant frocks ot the traditional while. They were attended by clnssmalcs wealing pastel garden dresses. A program of original plays was presented by children ol the lower grades following the coronation ceremony. : Number Nine News Mtei Mattic Hatlcy uf Wardcil, Mo., spent Ihc week 'end with relative.'; here. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Kiioud were the .Sunday guests of .Mr. and ,M.... Gldhain and family o( Holland, Mo. Mrs. D. Duty is ill al her home this week. Miss Maymc Hootcn was the week end guest of Miss Lotlic Belle Moore ot Armorcl. c.viu) OF "HUNKS 'We wish lo cxprc.v. wir a ppre- clation and lhank.,- fr,, n,,. kinJnc.'.s and .sympathy shewn n: , iiij-j^n tup recent dcalh ol our cir ir hijys' joe Bill a-d Charles Kcnuith \ir'andl Mrs. F. O 17i-r:kpr anri I'nml'ly. M »a /; Sign the New Register at the Ritz WKl)i\[.;si)AY - THURSDAY OXY rknic 'The picnic planned by iiicinbcr:, of 'Mrs. b t, HulKiier's Sunday •school class of the First Melhodls't by Read Ccui'icr News want ada. BKAUTY 106 WORK. Margaret's Beauty Shop yf.tTK off your .i|"'-« years to your m... VAron BATHS WKDMCSDAY-THURSDAY I'AI, NIGHT 2 admillcrt. for price of 1 llclivcrs I Your BEAUTYKEST HUBBARi -JOHN KINO MASJ09IE GEORGE UfVCUNQ Comedy * Novelty MSTEN TO KJ.CN ! 11:00 n.iii. —12:« p.m. — <;M p.m. ' rtiour. lild. 'JM I'hiinc Kosy M3 The quality and the purity of Coca-Cola have won it a place hi America's refrigerators. 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