The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1940
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PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVE.JJB;XARK.j COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 29, 19'10 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. VV. W. Shaver entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. J. E, Bcaslcy. Mrs. W. C. Higginson having Tuesday club. Mrs. Floyd 'A. White entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Cily Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. G. Nasli. Miss Virginia Little entertaining Double G Club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Division -for Christian qimrcli, First M"clliocllsl cfmrcli, serving breakfast on lawn of church from six through nine o'clock. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting eight ^'clock with Mrs. L. Lansky. ADC Bridge club meeting with iMrs. Tommy Tiuton. Mrs. J. W. Parker cnlertainlnB Town and Country club, Mrs. Hiram Wylle entertaining Delta Contract club at Hotel Noble. ' Sudbury Parent Teacher flssocia tion meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting; at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, J. A. Salllia entertaining .Prosperity club,. 2:30 o'clock. Altar Society, Church of the lin- .maculate' •• Conception, sponsoring bingo party,.eight.o'clock at Catholic Hall. ' Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Mid-Weck Bridge club. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon cliib. Mrs. George Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. W. T. Euriis and Mrs, Frank Meyers entertaining Y. M. B. . club al the Burns home. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. having Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. O. G. Cnudill i-nlcrtainlng Thursday Contract, club. Club 28 -having rinncc al Woman's club, nine o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Nance celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Friday with a family reunion and a barbecue at their home. To Hold Music Festival AI City Hall Audilorimn May 10 The Music Festival given annually by students of the elcmenuuy schools of the cli,v will be staged this year on Friday night, May 10, at the city auditorium. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools, has announced. More than SCO students of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades of Lange, Sudbury and Central grade schools will take part in the program which is to have as its theme the Latin American countries. Folk dancing is being added to the choral singing to make- up this year's program. These dances Bits of News Mostly Personals Friday Bridge club meeting wltli ""> a » °>«Browlh of the physical hall. Lucille Jackson. 11 year old Sudbmy student., is designing and making Mexican tapestries to provide an atmospheric background for the program. The program is being sponsored by the Music department of the Woman's Club whose members will give programs in the school during this week. Mrs. George M. Hunt and Miss Mildred Moore of Langc school are preparing their 'students lor participation in the festival. At Central students are being trained by Miss Lola Nason and Miss Alia Garlington. \ Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. educat.on program which is being r. . . . Mrs. J. J. Ewing entertaining Introduced In all elementary schools. Another outstanding feature of Friday Contract club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of'Univer- sity Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Emma Parker and Mrs Joe I'arker of Tupelo, Miss., are spending several days here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker and family. Mrs Emma Parker Is Mr. Parker's moth er. The Rev. Eupha D. Beasley mo (orcd to Tii)X!lo for them yesterday. Mrs. Harry w. Haines left las night for Friend, Neb., to visit he mother, Mrs, A. F. Gallup, who is : ill at her home there. She plans, to be away for two weeks, Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahunty. Miss Sara Jo Little, Faris McCalla oi Memphis, and Blythcville and W. K. Francis spent, yesterday in Memphis, While there, they BHW Mrs. Albert K. Taylor and her Infant daughter at Memphis Methodist hospital. The baby has been named Leah Marcclle. Mr. and Mrs. Tain Short, of Ca- ruthersvllle, siwnt yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson. Bill Crowe, of Portageville, spent yesterday with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Crowe who is quite 111 at Blythevllle hospital. Miss Patty Shane, Miss Virginia Little and Miss Margaret Shaver went to Marion yesterday to be with Miss Bsib Bond and her fiance, Ronald Muirhcad Byrnes Jr., both of New York City, whc arc visiting Miss Bond's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Bond, and family in Marion. iiirdelie Boys, Girls Win 4-H Play Tourney — 0— The Bmdotlc Boys and Girls 4-H Club H-on first honors In the (iii- .ils of the Mississippi County 4-11 Club second annual Play Tournament, held nl Yarbro Friday night and so will represent the county at (he slate meet. Eccond honors ii> the count) meet went to Dycss and third k Ynrbro. In previous contests, first, sccom and third place winners had bcci decided lor (he north and soull divisions. The Bui'dello groiiii used Cntntogtie" for (he one-act prcsen talion In which Lorelta Lacy Powell, liclty charm. L. H Aiiliy Jr., and Bill Rukcstruw W<T characters. Mrs. Gordon 1'salmond coached the production club, of which L. U. Atitry and MM Psalmonds arc sponsors. The second prize winners. Dycss used "Wild production Ann Richmond, Pat Pickens, Jame Jacobs, Mary Evn Walker and Oe neva Gilllam as characters, Muriel Dallas coached the crs for the Dycus club of v Sam Anrtereon and Miss 1 Reynolds are .sponsors, ''The Blue Teapot" was the lit! of the Yarbro Club's produclioi In 'this |>!ny, A. C. Bunch. J. W. Krcch, Juanita Rccd and Mary Kathryn Thompson look parl under Ihe clireclion of Miss Cat Willie" for tlicl with Llnvllle Bowl* FLAPPER FANNY Foster and R. Ivy. Mr. Mrs. C, G. Hires returned last night from Union Cily, Tenn., where she had spent three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., and family. Mrs. L. A. Cothern, Mrs. Fred Copeland and her son, Dan, went over for her Friday and spent the week end. Frank Chiles, who attends Mll- lican Electrical School al Kansas City, Mo., spent the week end here and Mrs, Elmer Holmes are sponsors. Judges for the contest were Miss Helen Louise Shaver of rsyltlieville, Miss Mary Louise Anderson of Osceola, and Miss Mary Barnclt of Canithersvillc. Announces Program For Baptist Meeting Representatives of the sedations of as- Nortlieasl Ark- \ Will Celebrate 45th Anniversary ' 01' Their Wedding As Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Haynes celebrate (liclr 45th wedding anniversary at llteir country home tomorrow, tliey will not. only look .back at their memories but will also be looking forward to their golden wedding anniversary. Np special celebration Is beliiy planned for the occasion as Mr. and Mrs. Haynes expect to spend the day quietly at their home. In 1895, Mr. and Mis. Haynes were married at Ihc First Baplist church in Cairo, III. They resided (here until 1909 when Ihcy moved (o Nashville, Ark. They came to Blythevllle lo re- . side in 1911. Mr. Haynes was superintendent of (he veneer department of the/Chicago Mill i)«ri Lumber . Company until it was closed. It was at that time Mr. and Mrs. Jlaynes moved out to their farm where they have since resided. They have two children, Harold Haynes of Fort Smith, and Mrs. Russell Farr of this city. Mrs. Fan- and her family live in the home at 1120 West Walnut which was built . by her parents in 1014. "Jeeu'ers! Lisscn (o 'cm ycllin' 'Author!' Think you can get out (lie back way before they start llirowiii 1 thingsV" ansas Baptist Woman's Missionary this year's festival ue the murals which will decorate the city , In Sudbury school, students lire with Mrs. Chiles and other mem- under the direction of Miss Alum bers of the family who live in Os- Pcters, Miss Marguerite Silas, Miss ceola. 'Ruth Bostick, Miss Eva Davis, Miss ' Louise Parham and Graham Wright. To Have Luncheon Al, Hotel Tuesday , Mrs. F. L. Englcr and Mrs. L, L. .Hubener will entertain al the Hotel Noble tomorrow afternoon with a bridge luncheon which, is. to be one of the^la'rge affairs of the spring season. About .80 guests are expected to be present .for the iiffair which begins at one o'clock. * * * large Group Attends i Lance at Lutes' Barn. More than 250 people from Bly- tlievllle, Osceola and the surrounding territory attended the dance given by members of the Henry • Lutes family in a barn on (lie Lutes farm Friday night. Ginghams and overalls were the predominant costumes worn by the guests who danced to the music of a string band made up of musicians of that community. The famous square dance ot long ago was the most popular en- Benson To Deliver Address At Dell School 1 1 George S. .Benson, president of Harding college, Scnrcy, Ark., will deliver .tho commencement address of! the &ell high'school- graduating doss Friday night, May 10, when 14 seniors will receive their 'diplomas. The baccalaureate sermon will teitainment with progress at many three times. sets in Steele-Cooter Society—Personal'. At The Hospitals Onion -will attend district meeting to be held in Corning Friday. Mrs. T. E. Talc, state viw prcsi- I eon. dent who serves as chairman of (his district, Iras announced ar- ritnecmejiU for the affnir and the program. Miss Wilma Hucy of Atlanta, Ga., field worker from the home mission board office, is to be Lh6 principal speaker. Slate otticers who will be guests of the district, arc Mrs! C. H. Ray, executive secretary, and Miss Margaret Huchinson, young people's leader, both of Little Rock. The mec-tlns will beiiin at 0:3U o'clock and continue through an afternoon session. The hostess W. • M. U. is arranging for the lunch- Sound travels weather. faster in warm There are more than eight million dogs in the United stales. Read Courier News want ads. J. L. GUARD OptometrUt Only Graduate Optometrist in BlythcvJUe. Glasses Fitted Correctlr I EXPERT BEAUTY WOK1S CALL 106 App / n r meni Margaret's Beauty Shop Takes years off your appearanee —adds years to your life. VAPOR BATHS Swedish Massage SaH Glow and Shower Mrs. RatU Lawhon FOR SftLE 20 TONS Ol'L-llA PLANTING SEED $50 per ton ROSELAND GIN CO. Uoscliind, Ark. Hl.vlhevillc Hospital i N. J. Mullins, Jr., city, admitted. Mrs. Tom Boyetl, city, dismissed. Ben Elder, city, dismissed. Dickie Green well, city, dismissed. Mrs. Hnrmaii Taylor and baby, city, dismissed. Walls llospilal Mi-s. W, M. LampkJn,. Bragg City, admitted. „ . J. C. Hayes, city, admitted. . • Hostess to Bridge Club. Born lo Mr an(! M] . s . H omer Mrs. Leyon Earls was hostess lo EvallSi Manila, a daughter Sunday. \\liv no( in;ik< k (his v<vir your •r\-:V"- •"•••.*" - ' - rf r V " M. her Tuesdny Bridge club and ijucst, Mrs. Byron Weaver. The high score prize went $0 you\ m% be preached by the Rev. James A. Ovcrholser, pastor of the First Presbyterian church Sunday nioni- ,ng. May 5. Miss Mildred Whistle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Whistle, is valedictorian of the class. Second 1 Young Matrons Entertained, scholastic honors went to Miss Mrs. R. J. Tatoum played bridge Edith Jackson, daughter of Mr. | with the, Young Matrons Bridge Mrs. Conrad Frame nnd Mrs. Jonnie Rhodes. A salad course and iced drinks was served. Mrs. Hcrsche) 10 admitted, Burkhcnd, city. Plays Cards With Club. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister played cards with members of the Wednesday Bridge club Saturday at- tcrnoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old Tulips, irises and spirea decorated the rooms where Ihc lunch- con tables .were arranged. Mrs, W. J. Pollard was high and 1 Mrs. Banister, second high scorer, in the bridge games which followed lunch. , * * *' ' To Serve Breakfast A May dav breakfast will he served on the lawn of the First Methodist church Wednesday morning from six until nine o'clock, according to announcement made today. and Mrs. J. F. Jackson. Other members of Ihc senior class arc: Miss Nell Dean Davis, Miss Harriet Payne, Miss Blanche Ross, Miss Marguerite Simmons, Miss Muriel Builard, Miss Add! Kclchum. Miss Dorothy Farley. James Farley, Ray Trammel!, Ralph '•^.ammeii, Cecil Dene)'icld, and James Baughman. , club when they were entertained by Mrs. Ralph Kali Wednesday af- ernoon. The high score award Driver Grove News Miss Irma Mosley and Miss Flora Winchester of Cape Oirai'deau, Mo., spent the week end with Miss Mosley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mosley. Tom May berry Is visiting relatives at Moncttc this week. Otto Mclvin, of Calumet, visited John Pipkins Sunday. Mrs. J. Starks is spending a lew days at Black Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Collins ol Kcnnetl, Mo., have moved to this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ryans had Tins atlair is one sponsored an- ! as their guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs nually by the Woman's Society for i Edward Ryans ol Rhode* Craving Christian Service. l^nd Mr. and Mrs. Owen Miimrd o: Tn case of rain, breakfast will bcj ueav Ucll. '<" Itahi Mis.cs Wratlicr Hurcau MINEUALi WELLS. Tex. lUP) — Those hardy souls. Ihc amalcii weather exerts, finally won i served in the rooms of the church, it was stated. To Have Pie Supper At Yarbro School A pie supper will be given Friday night at ,7:30 o'clock at Ihc Yarbro school according to plans worked out at an organization aiccting Ir.- R baseball team ot the NorthMsl Arkansas Amateur Baseball League. Roy Johnson, oi Blythevllle, Is president of the league. Buddy Crawford was named manager. J. Cron&ton. treasurer, and Si Rccd, secretary. R. N, Church, city, dismissed. Mrs. KK O. Adams, city, dismissed. McmWils Baptist Hospital Max A. Vefer, Osceola, admitted. Mrs. E. V. Rousli, Wilson, ad- milted. \ E. D, Dimter, city, admitted. Memphis Methodist llospilal Bom lo MV. and Mrs. W. W. Prcwlll Jr., Osceola. 11 son. i-ent to Mrs. Tommie Fiakes and Godfrey L. White, Osceola Mrs. Lee yeagcr, bridgo award went milled. I o Mrs. Baxter Southern. J Mrs. John Lcnlz, Bragg City, Chicken falad on lettuce, crack-1 admitted. / ek df ale ' one i /* TS. cake, crvcd. coffee, and tea were Mrs. Hooper Azbill who has been icrlously ill at the home of her intents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I'ol- ard. of Tyler, is Improved, Claude Thomas of Tyler was aken lo the Walls hospital in Blylhcrllle the latter part of last week where he underwent an appendectomy. He is Improving nicely. J. M. Crockett and daughter, J. W. Reno, went (o Cape Oiiar-j dean where the latter had a checkup at Ihc Soulhcast Missouri lios-1 pita!" Mrs. dent Goad, Bragg City, ad- millcd. ' Mrs. Everett Reeves, Carutheis- ville, admitted. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. W. L. Lacewell, Coruth- ersvillc, admitted. Gorillas often attain a height of six feet and have a reach of eight feet. Read Courier News want ads. Delivers | Your FOR SAI,B Beautiful bungalow close in. I'an- elcd living room and dining room.' Large stone fireplace. Hardwood floors. $2750. Can make terms. Thomas I-and Co. BERUTYREST MATl'RKSS HUBBfcRD FURNITURK CO. point from the official bureau. This city had ; wjalher heavy, right-long rain; but when weather fcurcau operator looked into his rain guagc it was empty— the bucket had a hole in it. FlRSt EXCURSION Blythcville Gasoline AI STATE LINE PRICES 6 Gals, for 51.00 JOYNER OIL CO. At Red Top Gin \>. S; Highway 61, North — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. 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