The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUEIEB NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .' Woman's Division for Christian Church, First Methodist church, 4ei'i'ing breakfast on lawn of church from six through nine o'clock. ' Sisterhood of Tcmplo Israel mod- Ing eight o'clock with I\5rs. L. Lansky. ' ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Tiplon. ' .- Mrs, J. W. Parker entertaining Town and Country club. , Mis. Hiram Wylle entertaining Delta Contract eh* at Hotel Noble. - Sudbury Parent Teacher, association meeting three o'clocl; at school preceded by executive board meeting, at 2:30 o'clock. ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS ', Mrs. J. A. Saltba entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. •• Altar Society, Church of Hie 1m- piaeulale Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. ' Mrs. M. O. Ifsrcy entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. • Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining 'Thursday Luncheon club. « Mrs. George Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. W. T. Burns and Mrs. Prank Meyers entertaining Y, M. 13. club at the Burns home. ; . Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. , Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. having Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertaining Thursday Contract club. .' Club 28 having dance nt Woman's club, nine o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, Firet Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Friday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. Mrs. J. J. Eft-Ing- entertaining Friday Contract club. SATURDAY'S,EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:20 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Are Guests of Club. '. Mrs. George Pfeuffer and Mrs Oliver W. coppcdge were guests of Mrs. Harry Kirby yesterday afternoon when she entertained the members of the Wednesday Bridge club with a parly. Because a number of the club members expected to lake part in the May Day Breakfast which is to be sponsored Wednesday by the Woman's Division of Christian Service. Die club met. on Monday instead of Ihe customary meeting day. In the games which ; followed ' ' FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia. Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mrs. R, J. Dodson and son, Joe JJ«b, of Caimlcn, will return home today iiflcr having spent the week end here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Jim Webb and family. Mrs. J. W. Knydcr nnd Mis; Clara Ruble went to Hombcnk, Tcnn., Saturday to see Mrs. IS. Ruble who is recovering from an Illness nt her home there. It is expected thai Mrs. Kublc will be able lo return to her work here In the early fall. Mrs. Eddie Regcnold, Mrs. O. L'. Moore and Mrs. Tom Phillips went I lo Wilson Saturday for n visit with Mrs. Ralph Robinson and family. Mrs. Phillips remained for the week end. Mrs. Hegeilold nnd Mrs. Moore were accompanied home by 4-H MIL, TO TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1940 Try Tasty Salads With Ham Or Maybe Chicken Accents Terry Robinson v,'ho John Ed Rcgcnold. visiting "I'm sorry, this dance is taken. Cut, I'll sivvc one for you in the next block." honor of Mrs. Sam Lloyd, president of the Woman's Missionary Union of the church, and teacher of the Ladies' Adnl'l Sunday school class. Mrs. Johnny Hocotl nnd lunch, Mrs. W. H>', Minyafd was high, scorer and,-Mrs. James II, Bell, second high scorer. ' ' » » * To Go To District Meeting At Manila Several members of the Woman's Division for Christian Service ol the Lake Streel-Methodist churcl plan to attend the district meeting ta be held iti Manila Thursday according to announcement, tirade 'following the mecliiig of the group yesterday afternoon al the church The scripture from sixlh chapter of Gnlatmns was read by Mrs A. Reagan. Mrs. George Disingci reviewed the minutes of the Woman's Missionary society of North Arkansas conference which met In Comvay Mar. 26. After Mrs. George Shanks read the missionary bulletin, Mrs. W. L. Green presided over the business session. The 1C present were led in prayers by Mrs. George Disinger and Mrs. Green. " * • •• Me«t For Bibie Study Ten members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Second Baptist church met for a Bible study yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Tommy Boguu taught the study from the third, fourth and fifth chapters of Genesis. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J. p. Hocoll nnd Mrs. Sam Lloyd. * * • Literary Oroilp Elects Officers Mrs. James V. Dales was elected chairman ot 'the literary department of the Woman's club following (he executive board meeting of (he club Friday afternoon when L. E. Old was Ihc principal speaker. Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr was named vice chairman and Miss Dorothy Goodrich, secretary ot the department. Announcement was made (tut officers for the general' club would be Installed Friday, May 10. Mr.s. C. E. Crigger Sr., was elected the Board of trustees lo succeed Mrs/A..M, Butt, who Is retiring. Mr. Old spoke to the group on 'Things Women Should Know About Insurance." Mrs. Gales and Mrs. W. S. Johnston were hostesses for the luncheon. Besides Mr. Old. other guests -were Mrs. J. Allen Webb of California, Mo,, houseguest of Mr and G. H. Grcar, E. P. Blomeyer and James V. Gales. * * * Daughter Born To Former Local Girl. Guy Genii were co-liostcsses with Mrs. Eltlrctlgc, In addition lo the church members, Mrs. Roy Head nnd her (laughter, muh, were guests. Irises and spirca decorated the rooms where somes were played. A salad plnle with tea wns served. * > • Finn to Attend llistrlcl Mccllnj; Plans to allend Ihe Northeast Arkansas Auxiliary convention were discussed by members of Ihc Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal church who met at the home of Mrs. E. A. Stacy 'yesterday afternoon. The district meeting Is to be in Forrest Cily Tuesday. Members wlio wish to ma,v!e 1)19 trip arc asked to call';'.to.} Ol) p. Hardawny. Mte" Wise Moore led the "brief devotional which was followed by n social hour. The hostess served a dessert course lo the seven mem bers and two visitors present. * » • Have Birthday Dinner Mrs. J. W. Sykcs nnd Miss Molllc McGhcc entertained with u surprise dinner •Sunday at the Sj'kc-s home on Holly street in honor of Miss M. Erode, who was celebrating her birthday. Snowballs, irises nnd spirea were arranged throughout the house. The dining table was centered Kith Die birtlidn.y cake. Miss Eiude'.s place was marked with a corsage rose buds. Mrs. C, C. Lee of Dycrsburg, Tcnn., is spending the week hero with Mrs. Q. W. Dillahnnty. She came over with Mr. Lcc Saturday nnd remained especially for the services belli); conducted at the First Presbyterian church this week. Ijlndn Taylor, who had been visiting Ihc Lees, returned here with them Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. p. E. Jones, Mrs. Leonard Johnson nnd Miss Audrey Hawkins, of St. Louis, hoiisegucst of Mr. n»rt Mrs, 0.'N. Hawkins, are spending today in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Hawkins, nnd Tommy Hawkins, who is a .student at Slate Teachers college. Mrs. Ilcrshel Bmkhciul of ffons- I ton, Tex., underwent a major op- LUXOEA, Ark., April 30.—The cration yesterday at Walls hospi- Scnlor class of the Luxora. High | lal. Her sister, Mrs. Joe Reeves School, numbering fourteen, will | of Reiser, Ls with her. Mrs. Buvk Honor Students Of Luxora Seniors Named Valuable Prizes Will Be Offered At Event Here! .On Friday Valuable prl/.es of cups, plaques, miniature gold baseballs and softball medals will be awarded winners of the athletic contests in the annual North Mississippi County 4-H Club Rally, to be held Friday at Walker Park-Mississippi County fair Grounds. More than 1000 members belong (o the 21 clubs In Die North District of (he county. While athletic events will Icn- .urc the all day program there will also be pitas for the club liav- mi; the largest percentage ot its members present, a priM to the :lub which has the most girls wealing 4-H Club uniforms and a prize to the club presenting Hie Ijcsl stunt. It will be "Wear Cotton Day" and ill members, those in 4-H uniform and those not in uniform, arc to \ve:ir cotton clothing. J. Louis Cherry, long n lender in 4-11 Club activities, will direct games nnd nl noon there will be a picnic lunch before all members present nttcnd the Hit/, or Hoxy theater sis guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. The program will begin at 9;30 o'clock ami continue for an hour with a three legged race, baseball I lii-oii', .soflball throw and relay race for boys nnd girls, both in the "A" and "B" Divisions will be staged. Stunls will be presented at 10:30 o'clock with two divisions In the competition. The rally is In charge of J. J. 1'ickren and Miss Cora Lee Cole- mnn. county extension agents, ns- sislcd by Miss Mnrgorel Snide. L. H. llubbard, Roy Ashnuriinncr, Auble Smith and T. R. ivy. Revival Underway At Full Goipell Church Evangelist H. w. Thatcher of Little llock is conducting an evangelistic meeting at the Full Gospel church at Lily and Vine streets, he ttev, A. A. Jenkins, pastor oi he church, announced today. Services begin each night at 1:30 o'clock, The pastor stated thai the mbllc Is invited to attend the (netting where the old time gospel is preached with good singing. Bead Courier tfews »\ni ao» Sonic salads are meals in themselves. TRY TASTY SALADS— 24 Bod By MRS. GAYNOK. MAUDOX NBA Kervico Stan Wrilcr have as valedictorian. Helen Anders, and snlulatorlFvn, Pauline Barron. On Wednesday evening, May 1. nt the high school auditorium, the Seniors will present "Don't Darken My Door", n comedy in three nets, directed by Mrs. Charlie Thomns. The cast is innde up ol eight members of the class: Charles Ellison. Peggy Sillmau. Junior Morris, heart, who is Ihc former Miss Loola Moore of this city, is seriously 111. Mr. nnd Mrs, W. O. Collins, of Plans Completed For Eastern Star Banquet Memphis, spent Sunday here with ' family. 1 " ""* "°™'* ™* y """ S Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Buchanan. Mrs. Abe Decker and Miss Ruth being completed for the banquet of the 15th tlistrict of the Order of the Eastern Star to be given Wednesday night at Hotel Dodd.-of walnut nidge, and Sherman Davis, of Pocahontns Toler liuch- Mclba Pont, Elbcrt Johnson, Helen I spent Sunday here with Mr.-until Anders, Virginia Ellis nnd Jesse Glenn Tomlin. Olhcr members of the clnss arc: Frank Ic Byrd, Dotolhy Permontcr, Maxlnc Brittlnn, Noia Bell nnd Virginia Gee. Return From Hotel Greeters Meeting Mrs. Buchanan's anun. W. S. "Pete" Barnes was milted to Walls hospital for trcal- i ment this morning. He was given a i blood transfusion following his iid- f inittnhce. ,' ' 'I: Noble In honor of Mrs. Juliette Bilhngslcy, of Little nock, Worthy Grand Matron. A number of Grand officers are expected to attend this meeting | for which the J. A. Ashlin chapter • : i -,, rr • i ™ f '"" * The banquet which is to at ^ wi " I* followed _»t eight .o clock by n regular meeting. The 'four chapters of the district will ' To Install Sons Of Legion Officers Tonight L. L. Thornhill, ol Little Rock, slate athletic officer. nsslsi with the Installation ol new officers of (lie Sons of the Legion at lire American Legion Hut lonighl when here will be a joint meeting of members of the organization nnd Ihcir mothers and fathers. In addition to the Installation service. Mr. Thornhlll will outline the Junior Legion baseball set up In Arkansas. New ollicers will be circled behind closed doors tonight beginning at seven o'clock. As the clcc- .ion is expected lo lie over by 1:30 o'clock, mothers and fathers are invited to join the group al that time for the insinuation. I Cash store. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesscc Still re-' scott,, Sr., motored them down, turned Sunday frcni Pine Blurt 1 ' Miss Lcla Blylhc, who has been after having attended n- meeting visiting her brother, Joe Blythe, of the Arkansas Chapter of. the in Detroit, underwent, a major Hotel Oreeters of America at Uio operation yesterday morning In Hotel Pines In Dial cily Saturday, ibnl city. The operation -was re- A dinner was given Saturday gaitlcd as successful. She Is nl Mu night for the Greeters followed Cnrmel Mercy hospital, later by a dance. j Howard Prisby returned lo Fay- cUcville yesterday after having spent a few days hare with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Howard Prisby. He is a student al the University of Arkansas. Claude Whilworlh is quite ill nt. ,,•• ,, Mrf.andjiM™. 1 ' Robert Scott, Jr.,|, pul on various 'parts of the O. E"<S. nut daughter^ Nonnn Fay movcrt r w 6rk. The Wilson chapter will oycn iJ c i 3 ,' , to , Wcst M( ' m p'"-' i wliereltnc m c c iing, the Blvthcvillc chap- r. Scott is to be with the Liberty tcr W|I , pl . cscut <|Dgrce work . j. A . Ashm , c haptci°.wilt ballot on petitions and introduce distingiiish- pd visitors and the Osceola chapter .will close the meeting. V I OUr Blylhcville hospital. Test your knowledge of correct '?•*',. H CC(i ', of Demonslration Club News Notes social usa»c by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Should the loaslmasler at a banquet thank each speaker after he finishes his talk? 2. Is it permissible for a loast- mnster to call lime on the speaker who runs over his allotted lime? lastwcck to make his home in this '' lhc D °B w ' [Vlrs. Knlrinson Speaks Mrs. Freeman Robinson discussed "Rug Making" al cily. He Credit, company. with Ihc Ionic DCni- Univmal' ""stralion club Wednesday nf'.er- | noon at the club house. Twenty-i l>ii(BS V o) 3jom oq HIM O.MH.I, an<l ham, beans, cheese and fish cnn be added to turn this touch of the garden into a satisfactory. nea), Try tho-sc recipes: 1 CIIICKKN AND UASI SALAD (Serves four (o six) One and one-fourth cups cooked chicken, 3-4 cup diced boiled ham, salt, pepjxr, 1 cup diced celery, 1-2 cup French dressing, lellucc, 1-2 cup mayonnaise. The chicken should be free from skin, fat, and gristle, and should be cut in cubes 1-2 lo 3-4 inch in sine. For special occasions white meal j alone is used. Sprinkle meat with I salt and pepper, add celery and j French dressing, and let chill hnlf | an hour or more. Serve on plnttcr ] in lettuce cups and garnish with I mayonnaise.! COTTAGK CHKKSE SALAD (Serves fouv to sis) One pound cottngc cheese, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons minced onion or chopped chives. 1 tablespoon minced parsley, 1 tablespoon chopped sweet pickles, paprika, snlad greens. French dressing. Mix cotlngi! cheese with salt, onion or chives nnd pnrsiey. If cheese is dry moisten with 'sweet or sour cream. Pack in small bowl and chill half an hour or more. Unmold on large plain, sprinkle with paprika and sur round with snlad greens, Sprinkle greens with French drcssinB. For luncheon on n warm dav try this: BANANA SAI.AI) (Serves four to six! Three ripe bananas, 1-2 cup mayonnaise. 1-4 cup sliced pecans lettuce, feel bannnas and slict in half lengthwise. Arrange on beds of crisp lettuce. Garnish with light mayonnaise, Sprinkle sliced nuts. FOR WOMEN ONLY/ It fidgety nerves, restless nights nnd distress from female functional "ir- _ —,. you front having lun In lire-take Lydln E. Plnkham? Vegetable compouod — famous for over 60 years In helping weak, rundown nervous women during "difficult" days. WORTH TBYINOI I J. L. GUARD Optometrist Onlj Graduate Optometrist in BlythevHle Glasses Fitted Correctly I Try One or Our Dtliclant PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Acrosi Frnra IIU;'.; P-chco) club piny ioiirnnmeiH and demonstration club play tournament. Plans were completed for a musical program to be given soon. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Ha Klin, Mrs. Jarratt and Mrs. Gnrretl. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Morris. Miss Eloisc hamcy, a student nt- Chrislian college at Columbia, Mo., -spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey, and family. Mrs. Paul E. Cooley is convalescing after undergoing n tonsilcc- five members nnd one visitor attended. Group singing was led by Mrs. J. A. Payne, president. Mrs, Iverson Morris pianist. The devo- Rev. Lowe Announces His Sermon Subjects Sermon subjects for tonight and tomorrow night have been an- uourccd by the Rev. Girnrd Lowe. IX D., of Memphis, who Is conducting special services at First Presbyterian church. Tonight, he will speak on "Salva- lion and Rewards." Mr.s. R. c. Allen will play n violin solo. His theme Wednesday night will be "Christ Made Sin for Us." Special music will be selections by n quartet composed of Miss Jane Mc- Adnms. Mrs. J«-.mfs A. Overholscr. Ross Steven* and Roy Walton. 3. Should yon aix>Io£i«! for a talk before yon begin-when you', knew beforehand that, you would I be called on for a speech and hnvc one prepared? 4. If you are called on for a speech, should you rise and say a sentence or two-or simply shake your head if yon do not like lo speak? 5. Docs a speech need (o be j filled witii funny slories in order to be good? Wlinl would you do if— You enjoy n stranger's talk very much— (a) Go up and tell him so alter the meeting or lecture is over? (b'l Simply sny you do not cave know him you would be "pushing" to approach him? Answers I. Yes. 1. Yes. 3. No. 4. Rise and acknowledge the invitation with a sentence or two. 5. No. Best "What Would You Do" so- hillon—la). tional was given by Mrs. P. B. Jnrratt followed by the club collect tomy last Saturday. She has im-1 RM " M - v Prayer" repealed In iml- provcd steadily. I •*""'• Mrs - C; "V Burks gave a reading. "Tomorrow", afler which Mrs. W. S. Langdon led in prayer. Fitly bodies Ihe size of Ihe moon would be required lo lonn one muss as large ns Ihe earth. Hepovts were heard from the 4-H Hejid Courier News want nrls. FOR SALK Beautiful bungalow close in. Pan- clod living room and dining rcmm Lnrge stone fireplace. Hardwood floors. S27SO. Can make terms. Thomiis l,;ind Co. EXPERT I1EAUTY WORK CALL 106 AppoIF ntLnt Margaret's Beauty Shop Takes ye.irs till your aiiiioarance —adds years lo your life. VAl'on BATHS Su-cctisfi Massage Snlt Gh«- *nrt Sltowcr Mr*. Ruth Baby elephants often remain The night serv.'res begin at 7:30 [with the mother for as long as 10 raock. Each morning at 10 o'clock, years. unlns at 10 o'clock, the cvangclisl conduct* a continuous sludy of Ihs book of 'Ephcslara. A daughter was bom to Mr andl ,, Nomc> Alaska ' ls situated I :re. Clarence E. Palmer of Tune- ; , n arc thc H **' a ' Mrs lo. Miss.. Thursday, April" 18." The! baby, wlio weighed eight and one-j Icurth pounds, has been named | Carolyn Wells. Mrs. Palmer is the former Miss Selma Hardln. • * * Honor Teacher and President. Tw-tnty, women .of .the second Baptist church were entertained Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Boyd Hdredge at a party in 7^:1 Sin,... far- ilian Read Courier News vant ads. niythcvillc Gasoline At STATE' LINK PK1CES ' 6 Gals, for §1.00 JOYNER OIL CO. At Red Top Gin U. S. Highway 81, North NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Sen-ice At The Hospitals Walk W. S. Barnes, Annorcl. ndmillpcl. 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