The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1940
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PAGE FOUH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1MO Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, Woman's club, having luncheon one o'clock at dull house. Mrs. Hugh • .Whflsltt entertaining Friday Brlrtge club. Friday Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. 6. Benish. SATURDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs:L. E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Pockets Are Big All Club Members Attend, Bridge Party AH the members ol the AUC Bridge club were present for the parly given yesterday , afternoon by Mrs. Jamta Ttffy lit her home. Irises ai!tl tulips were a background for the bridge gnmc.i Mrs. Charles Langston Jr. and Mrs. T'b'mmy Tipton tied for high score honors. A sandwich plate was served at the conclusion of die games. 11.15 I'arly At NoWc The Hotel Noble was llic setting for the BI-Monllily Uinchcon club patty given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Eddie negenold. Besides the members guests were Mrs. Garland GlilimviUor. Mrs. J. E. Beasley, Mrs. Mult Monaghnn and Mrs. Arthur Vance. The luncheon table was centered with a bouquet of tulips, while »other arrangement of tulips and irises were (it other points about the room. Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr.. received high.and Mrs. Charles Perry, second high score prize in the games which followed. * . * • Arc Guests Of Club Mrs. C. R.. Wroten ni'.U Mrs. I.. L. Hubener were guests of Mrs. :P.iit>sell Ftirr yesterday afternoon ivlien she entertained members of the Delta Contract club with n party at her home. Irises, spirca and tulips were arranged about, the entertaining rooms 'Where bridge was played. Mrs. W. D. McClurttm was presented (he club prize and Mrs. Wroten, the. guesl prize. A salad plate was served ul the conclusion of tlie games. C * * Ways Cards M'llh Cluli Mrs. Henry Humphrey played j cards with members of the Town nnd Country club yesterday after- ; noon when they were entertained i at '.he home of Mrs. O. W. Me- •' Cutchen. j Refreshments wcvc served utter i the games in which Mrs. C. C. Langston Sr., was high and Mrs, C' , A p . James B Clark, .second high scorer. JlXly Are UUCSIS Bits of News Mostly Personals B. O. West and Louis Applebaum left yesterday for New Orleans to attend the meeting of the American Cotton 'Shippers association Mr West is president of the Arkansas Cotton Trade association. They will be there for the remainder ol the week. Mrs. Tom Bradsluir has gone to Marion, 1ml., to be with her brother, Kobert liases, who is to imrieijjo a serious operation at n hosjiita there. While she Is away, tlie lied Cross office of which she Is cx"cn- tlvc secretary, will lie kept open by Mrs. Ralph Farrar. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Renkcrt WctcaKamp and Mr. and Mrs. James Terry leu ! today for New Orleans where they : will spend the remainder of the < week. Mr. Wetcnkamp will allcnd the meeting of the American Col- Ion Shippers association. Miss Nannie Clarke Smith spent ll)o week end In Wheatley with her parents. W. A. 1'ickard who was striken with paralysis recently continues to Improve at his home on chlck- asruvba uvciuie. Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Arnold and Irs. A. M. Connor, of Memphis. lent Sunday here with the Arnolds' Blighter, Mrs. Sheldon Hall, and amlly. C. M. nuek Is expected to return >i.s afternoon from Washington, . C., where he has attended to usiness since Saturday. Mrs. Buck. 'ho has been visiting her daughter! Irs. Max Woolen, and family lemphis, while Mr. Duck was away, expected to return with him. FLAPPER FANNY «-- Presbyterians' Arc To Hold Week's Revival Announcement 91 a week of special .services to Ue held in the First Presbyterian church beginning Sunday at Ihe 11 o'clock service were announced today by tlie Rev. Jiiines A. Oveiliolscr, rwslor of (lie church. i The Hcv. Giravd Lowe, D. I}., pastor of (he First Presbyterian church of Memphis, will be the visiting minister. He Is an oul- evangelistic yreacher in Osceola Rotarians Hear E. B. Fitzgerald] OSCEOLA, Ark., April 2>I.—E. I-'fl Fitzgerald of Shrevenorl, La,, field] representative of the Educational Service of the Valley Division of the Cottonseed Products Association, was principal speaker before the Osceola Rotary Club nt their luncheon meeting tills week. Mr. Fitzgerald showed a film depleting the manifold uses of cot- I tonsecd reminding his audience I that since Mississippi County Is the world's largest cotton producing county, it follows that it also j leads in the production of cottonseed, and any movement to in- | the Presbyterian church, having, served last year i\s a member ot (crease the price of seed Is of tie-1 the General Assembly's special com- | mendous importance to every far- millee on Evangelism. He is said mcr and business man In the to connect evangelism with the county. Booklets were distributed | to all those present. Around 20 citizens of the Wilson, I Basscu and Pecan Point torn- I muitles u'cro special guests of the I club. C. W. Watson, president-1 elect of the club, presided in the I absence of H, J. Hale who was 111. I 111:5 i) fiTil l»;i£ v pnclirls, nil.'H'hi'd to (lie ijrlt, nre. u.ved to trim i ],;iiu''s navy lilun Hum' dress. 11 lus a full skirt nnil white linen colliir and I'liffs. Daughter Horn A daughter \vn.s born to Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Jones of Louisville, Miss.. Thursday, Apr. 18. The baby who weighed nine aiul one half pounds, lias been nai'icd Sandra Howard. Mr, Jones, who formerly 'Coltey College Tea Sixty guests including senior girls of the city high school, their mothers and members nf the junior'and senior high school faculties were lived! .entertained yesterday afternoon at here, is'the sou of Mrs. Jake Jones ol this city. natc of Cottcy college, iiucl Mrs J. Allen Webb of California, Mo. , whose I'. E. O. membership is in j Nevada. Mo., where Cottey college Is located. 1 Guests were met at, tlie door by Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon and Mrs. H. the home of Mrs. A. Couwny at the annual Coltcy College ten given by members of Chapter D and Chap- Has Party for Mrs. Webb j l =>' N of the P. E. O. sisterhood. Mrs. S. E. Webb entertained witli Special guests at Ihe tea were a parly Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Mlss M( W E "" lce Ln.vson, n grad- J. Allen Webb of California. Mo., «151 lias spent a month here with the G. H. family nnd other relatives. Tlie hostess' nctv home on Henrn street was decorated with tulips, tpirea and pink irises. .. ... The eight,guests played rook riur- H. Ilouchins. In the receiving line ing the afternoon. A chicken salad j were Mrs. Conway, Mrs. Marion plalc was served with coffee. j Williams, president of Chapter D, and Mrs, Ittley II. Jones, president of Chapter N. Mrs. C. W. Afflict; presided over the guest book. Red tulips. Irises, and spirea from Ihe Conway garden, were arranged about the living room where Mrs. Dixie Crawford". Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. Mrs. Paul L. Tipto'.i, Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. \V. C. Catc.s vlrs. Hcrmun Ciirltou, Mrs. Wil- iaiu Lnwshc. Mrs. W. f>. .Homer Mis. Harry Kirby, Mrs. Everett B Cicc. Small ccrsages of spring flow ers were 'plnnrd on Ihe quests b; these P. E. O. members. Mrs. C. S. Stevens, Mrs. Charlc Rose, Mrs. Charles S. Lemons, Mrs Fanner England and Mrs. Jamc A. pvcrholscr escorted Ihe guest, throughout the Comvay home an garden. "Well, there's only otic way to tell—let's cat lunch ;uul it' we still feel din'/.y llieii, it must I)C love." Large Crowds Attend First Baptist Revival unioi- High Girls Honored At Tea The largest crowds ever to attend a Baptist meeting here me lllline the First Baptist church now for the services being conducted by Ihe Rev. ]ra C. Cole of Highland Heights cliurcl: in Memphis, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, , I pastor, stated today when he an• u . al! [ ncnnced the evangelist's sermon j subjects. Tonight, the ncv. Mr. Cole will spenk on "Three Sublime Truths to Conversion Experience" and tomorrow nlgiit on "One Step to Mrs. Lein Stanford. Yenr Book; Mrs. J. n. Gainings, book purchasing chairman. A lending library is maintained nt the Wllkii:.<i Dm; Company and new books arc added regularly. A book review on "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" will be given by .Habbl Pollack of Dlythevillc on the evening of May 2. cisht o'clock, at (lie Ecoui Hut. to which the public is invited. normal life of the church. In making Hie announcement, the Rev, Mr. Overliolser stated thai the services \vtll be not only evangelistic, but will also be Intended to help toward the deeper consecration of church members. Morning services will be at 10:30 o'clock each morning of tile week, when the Rev. Dr. Lowe will lead in a progressive study of the book of Ephesians, Til 1 - evening services will he at 7:30 o'clock and will be devoted lo definite revival themes. Everyone is inirncstly invited to attend all these .services, the pastor said. R. V. Madden was chairman of | the program. Osccola Rotariaus were 100 cent in attendance for the secontfl time during Ihe month. Reports] from the district, conference held I last week In Hot. Springs will be | heard at iiAxt week's meeting, Leningrad lias a school for female | laxicab drivers. First Arkansas Born Bishop Is Consecrated Girls of junior high school who'o'clock and are preceded by. radio vill enter high school in Dip fall ' services at 9:15 o'clock. 'The Up- vci-p honored at a tea given Tucs-' lifted Christ" Is the theme of all Death." Services are at 7:30 o'clock. LITTLE ROCK. April 25. (UP) — Morning services are at ten | Most Rev, Albert, U Fletcher of Little Reck was consecrated as Ihe first Arkansas born bishop of the Catholic church in colorful csrc- riny afternoon by members of Hie his radio sermons. Each of his sub- monies at Si. Andrews cathedral Lone Oak Students ' To Visit Diamond Cave Kightcc:i students ol the Lone O.ik school will receive their awai :l ifor perfect attendance for Die school term, which closed today, when they leave tomorrow morning on a trip to Diamond Cave, m Newluii county, Ark. Tile trip was promised students with perfect allegiance records ai the opening ol school by Principal Bcu Hamncr. Funds tor the trip were obtained through school plays ami other special events. The children will make the trip by automobile, accompanied by a number "of adulls. They will relin'r Sunday. Accompanying them, besides Mr. Hanuier. will bb Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Glenii Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Widencr, Mrs. Essie Davis. Mrs. Clara Perry, Mrs. Joe Lynn Hamby and Mrs. Harriet Sullivan. the high jects Is one to inlluencc (he build- ins; of a Christian life. In connection with the meeting, j members of the. Sunday school i have started n campaign to have ionic, economics club of school. The home economies cottage was .nadc colorful by arrangements of .ulips, pansies. spiren, irises, narcissuses and other spring flowers, j ev ery enrolled Sunday school mem- Mildred Weathers, president of!|, er at school Sunday morning, the home economics group, Mrs.! Elg i, t hundred and fourteen arc Freeman Robinson, sponsor, Miss! em . 0 ilcd Emily Dale Gray and Mrs. Farmer ' England received the guests. ' The lace draped tea table was presided over by Marie Abraham. Pa.slel .shades of spring wcre' ; car- ricd out in the (able decorations Mrs. John Thweatt Heads Book Club which included individual cakes Iced in tile various colors. ; The j centerpiece was of tulips, pansiest and spirca. I To Hold Grade School Music Festival Friday LUXORA, Ark,, April 54. — The Mississippi Comity Grade School 'Music Festival will be held at the Luxora High School gymnasium beginning at two o'clock Friday afternoon, April 26. Schools participating are: Shawnee, Kciser. Osceola, Luxora, Kly- thcvillc, Blackwatcr. and Manila. There will be a massed chorus ol 315 voices directed by Miss Robbie Oo'.vau, of Reiser. Mrs. Jacobs Hostess To. Writers' Group GH1DER, Apr. 24.—Mrs. Fred 'acobs was hostess at. a party at wr home for members of the Vrltcr Group of the Nineteenth "cntiiry club of which she. is a ncmber. The lace draped luncheon lablc ia.d a centerpiece of vivid blossoms 'roin Ihe beautiful terraced garden vhlch guests visited during the afternoon. Songs written by (lie guests were road following luncheon. Marriage Licenses The fallowing couples have applied at llic Ulythcvlllc office of the. coiinly court clerk lor licenses to wed during the past week: Conlcy Fay Austin and Miss Virginia- Leo McCormick. uoth of niythcvillc, by Ihe Hcv. S, A, Merrill; Waller Thomas Williams nnd .Miss Ida Hughes, both 1 of }l!ytho- ville. by Magistrate T. L. Cawldy; Lawrence Hclcy. of Ucll, an:l Miss Ollie : B. Johrsqn, of Manila, by C. C. Marrs; Harvey Byr:l and Mi:i Hatlic Belle Guthric. both of Bly- thcvillc. • .' Sam Gray nnd Miss Rena Mel. ,vln. both of Blythcville, by Mi s i,- tralc Cassldy; Julian Tnrpin. •>! Ctccola and MLss Lliiic Belle Uiir- iicll, of Luxora, by Macl.stiat? C;i:,- sldy; Joe Jackson and Miss Manic May Johnson, both ol niythcvillc by Magistrate Cassidy; w] A. .jarretl and Mi.w Dorthle Rome, both of Klythcville. by the Rev. T. R. Shepherd. culcitained the gursts, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, past stale president, and Mrs. li. [•'. Kirshncr. second vice president of the stale group, presided a( the refreshment j table. Yellow ar.d white, .symbolical of the Sisterhood, wore used ii decorating the lablc. Yellow tulip: tinged with bronze uriaugcd with white in a .silver bow were flanked by yellow tapers in .ilvcr holders U) fonn (lie cenKT- iic'cc of the liiUlr. A:^si:slinv i,' Ihi' dining room weir At The Hospitaii/ I Walls Hospilul Hiith Hughes. Stecle. admitted. Leonard Johnson, city, admitted. Claude Holmes, Tyler, admitted. Mrs. C. A. Austin, city, dismissed. Joyce Walls,, city, dismissed. Blythcville Hospital Mrs. Polly Cleveland, Jone.iboro, admitted. Monroe Chrisco, Black Oak; admitted. Memphis Haptisl Hospilal LUXORA, Ark., April 25. — Mrs John Thweatt has been '.elected president of the Luxora Hook club to succeed Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Other officers for the new year arc: Mrs. Tom Callls, vice president; Mrs. T. L. Stanford, treasurer; Mrs Martha Poison, sccrelary; Mrs Charlie Thomas, Federation secre tarv; Mrs. R. E. L. Bcarden Jr. am The normal weight ol a hen's egg is a litlle more Ihnn two onuces. GAUD OF THANKS Tlie Family of the late Mrs Liila Rcvicr Rcnfro wishes to (hank the officials of the telephone com pany, the Uixorn missionary sou iety, Rev. R. E. l>. Bcarden. Jr Rev. H. D. Tiihnnn. Dr. T. P. Hud I son, and their many loyal friend C. C. Kilgorc, Cnrntlicrsvillp, iul-1 for their innumerable kindnessc milled. : ! during her life lime and in or Richard LaRue. Bassclt. admiUccl. grief. Memphis MctluxlM Hospital > Elmer Thome, Osceola, admitled. Mrs. R. L. McDonald, Ciinithcrs- vlllc, admitted. John Cunuhvjhiim. Luxora, admitted. Mrs. Albert Taylor, city, admitled. f n a TRICKS] Discover ntw flavor trea wilh Mopleine. Deliciou In frozen deticils, coke froglings. Transform stand-by recipesf FEavo syrup, loo. Buy a boM ct Moplcine lodoj,. Tweh recipes wilh every bolll MAPLE I US IMITATION MAPLE FLAVOR ere today. The Most KCV. Mr. Fletcher be- ime titular head of the diocese I Play At Dell Will f Samc-s. an island oft the const f Turkey, and auxiliary bishop f Little Reck. He will assist Bish- I> John Morris, who has headed ,ie Arkansas diocese for 33 years. The three hour service was pre- ided over by Archbishop Aiulito Giovanni Cicognani, representative if Pope Pius XII. Several hundred visiting clcr- ;ymcn were honored at ti luncheon oday and a formal linnqiiei to- light ivlll ooncludc llic two-day celebration. Be Presented Tonight It was stated through error in yesterday's Courier News that the tfighth grade of the Dell elementary school would present a play tomorrow night (Friday) at the! school auditorium. i. : : The play will lie presented to-" night (Thnrsrtay) at Uic schopl- NU-WA Laundry-Gleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning-Service It is eslimaled'that during 1033 ipproximalely $260,000.000 of nulo- motlre materials were: exported. This is a 6 per cent decrease from llic 1938 figure of $282,813.352. ' MIDDLE-AGE WOMEN HEED THIS ADVICE!! ThoUGands of women t;o smiling thru"trying times" with Lydla E. vmktmm's VeKe tribl0 Compound—famous lor over CO years In re- Ucvlng female fvinc- Uoutil troubles. Try It! Read Courier News want ads LADIES' SHOES New UiH/er-arm Cream Deodorant iitfe/y Stops Perspiration , Docs not rot dresses, docs not iniuic stein. shaving. iops pcispirarinn iys. 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