The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 1, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Division for Christian Church, Kh-st Mctliorlist cjiurch, serving breakfast on lawn or church from six through nine o'clock. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting efglil o'clock, with Mrs. L. Lansky. •' ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Tommy 'Tijitou. «. Mrs. J. W. Pnvker entertaining Town and Country club. Mrs. Hiram Wylle entertaining Delta Contract club at Hotel Noble. Sudbury Parent Teacher association meeting three o'clock al school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. A. Soliba entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. Altar Society, Church of Ihc Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Mid-week Bridge club. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs! tSeorge Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. W. T. Burns and Mrs. Frank Meyers entertaining y. M. B. club at,the Burns home. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. having Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. G. G. Caudtll entertaining Thursday Contract, club. . Club 2$ having dance at Woman's flub, nine o'clock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meedng 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Theodore Loynn. Friday Bridge club meeting with Mrs, J. W. Adams Jr. Mrs. J. J. Ewing entertaining Friday Contract club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hoiel Noble. . FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia "Think I can handle thiit five-failed one, .lim 1 .' I never tried hftn except in low gear." Enterlain At Luncheon Party At Hotel Nobl< Al one ot the season's largest parties, eighty guests wove entertained yesterday afternoon when Mrs. F. L. Engler and Mrs. L. L. Hubener had n luncheon and bridge party nt the Hotel Noble. Seasonal flowers and colors were Used for" liie party with pink and green 'dominating- the oilier shades. Pink • Jil!i|>s arranged with white narcissuses ,'nnci spirea and bon- qucts\of pink wygelia and white irises "blended with the colors of tile Blue Room where' lunch was serveci. • Orchid irises and bridal wreath noon HI her home, she nlso had us her guest, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Lunch was .served nt, the dining table which had n centerpiece or narcissuses. In the bridge games which followed, Mrs. Hurry Klrby was high slid Mrs. Elton W. Klrhy, second high scorer. • • t Has Club Party I Narcissuses, Irises and spirea 1 decorated the home of Mrs. W. W. Shnver yesterday nfternoon when she hud tile Tuesday Contract club parly nl her home. Mrs. George Roth played cards with club members. The hostess was high and Mrs. John C. McHtuicy, second high scorer. A dessert course of strawberry shortcake was served. Are New Members Polly Ann Stewart and Wllmit Lee Stone became members of the J. G. G. chib lit a meeting yesterday afternoon nt the home of Jano Shclton. \ Pluns for Smart. were used Room and probably be n picnic, which will Saturday were dls- throughout the Hose i cussed, after which the hostess connecting hall. In the center of each luncheon table, was a small Mnypole. with alternate" pink nnd green streamers ; extending to the plates. Scorepnds were also in the pink and green, while the handpaintcd tallies were designed pink rosebuds. Mrs. Rodney L .Banister was presented a white card table because her lally was the • only one ornamented with a yellow flower. After the three course luncheon, bridge was played. Mrs. Bill Crih- Jjpld, of Osceola, was given a hiind- painted Chinese Cloisomme )«>rce- lain vase for high score prir.c. The second prize, a hand cut modern crystal vase, went to Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Out of town guests at the parly were: Mrs. \S'. Fisher ot Caruthersville, Mrs. David Lee, Mrs Orihfield, Mrs. S. Davis. Mrs. J. Johnson, Mrs. L. Pok and Mrs. W. V. Alexander, all of Osceola. * * * Council Has Breakfast Tor High School Graduates Members and friecds of the first served relreshiiients. The meeting next week will be at the home of Ann Wcedinan. Arc Guests of Cluli Mrs. Herman Cnrlton rind Miss Jenny Wren Dillahunty were guests of Mrs. J. E. Density yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Afternoon club ivith n parly nt her liomc. Houquct.s of Irises, narcissuses and .spirea formed a background for the games. The hostess served a siiliul plate.' Mrs. VVctenkamp was high and Mrs. Bcaslpy. second high scorer in * the games. The hostess also pro. sented Mrs. Carllon. with a gift. recent bride, Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Ilnnnan Taylor and Infant son. John Mhiynrd, were removed Sunday from Ulytlieville hospital to l lie home of Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. a. W. Dillahunty, and Irunlly. J. I'. Mend attended the annual banquet of the Kitty League at the Jlole) jrvJn S. Gobi) In Paducah Ky., Monday nlgjn. He was acoom- panlcd there by his brother, Ervlne Friend, Mrs. Howard Proctor, formerly of this city nnd who Is now secretary of Ihe *tnlc Industrial WcVfarc Commission, Liltle Jiock, is In the clly yesterday and today on business. . Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, Mrs frank Wlillworth and Miss Nell Harris spent Sunday In Memphis where they saw Mrs. Albert K Taylor and her Infant daughter] Leah Muivllc, who arc at Memphis Methodist, hospital. Mrs. Goronwy Poclz and Infant daughter, Glendn Lee, have been removed from Blythevlllc Hospital to their home al Number Nine. Mrs. G. G. Hubbard and Mrs. A. B. Hunllcy spcul yesterday In Memphis, while there, they visited Mrs. Albert, K. Taylor and daughter, Leah Marclle, nt Mcthddlsl Hospital, Attends Convention Of Royal Neighbors Airs. Harry Ogle returned yesterday from Little rfork where she at- WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1940 Colorful Casserole If all casserole dishes were us attractively served as this one tner certainly would be no family objection to tlicir frequent appearance on spring menus. 'Hits carrot-rice mixture is tqpped with crushed pineapple nnd a lattice work of nlmicnlo strips together with of arslcy. border Chief G-Man To Address Ark a n s a s University Class June 10 tended the convention of Ihe IJoynl Nelgliliovs Monday as a delegate of Ihc local chapter. Mrs. Erna Barthel of Ro:k Island, HI., supreme recorder, and Mrs Zcta Barnsbaek of Hot Springs] national representative of the stale' of Arkansas, were the principal j speakers. Eight candidates were initiated j during Hie session following lunch? Many From Out Of Town At Gill Rites Out, of town persons who ciiinc here for the funeral of Braxtqn Gill, well known farmer. Saturday aflernooi). have returned to their homes.|Mr. GilCdicd Friday hiorn- Hugh Harbert Jr. Elected Captain Of Legion's Sons Hugh Harbert, Jr., was elected captain of the recently organized squadron of the Sons of the Legion at a meeting at the Hul last, nighl when L. L. Triornhill of Lil- tle Rock, sUUe athletic ofiicci', served as one of the installing officers. In the election Ihe following officers were chosen: Jack O'Kecfe. first lieutenant; Justus Edringlon of Csccola, second lieutenant; Bry- nnl Stewart Jr., adjutant; 11. Hnlscll Jr., finance officer; Cookscy Dodson, chaplain; Fcrd King Jr. historian; J., W. McNeill, sergeant at anus. Lcginniinlres and their wives were invited lo the Insinuation ceremony which followed. Assisting Mr. Thornhill were E. A. Rice Fifth District commander, Don Ed- Casou post No. !M Ross Stevens am members of the Sons of Ihe Legion organization committee, Joe Whitley, chairman, Nell) Reed, Bryant Stewart Sr., H. L. Hnlscll Sr.. J. D Smith. At the meeting last night, Mr. Tliornhill discussed In full the wards. Dud ' commander, :lie state. In an effort to secure the Junior Legion district baseball tournament for this city, Mr. Thornhill wns escorted through Walker Park this morning to view the local facilities for inking cure of the tournament. Mr. Whilley is also chairman of the local Junior Legion baseball committee. FAVETTEVIU-K, May J.-J. Edjar Hoover, director ol the Fed- ;ral Bureau of Investigation, Wash- ngton, will deliver the commencement address to the 1940 graduating- class of the University of Arkansas, it was announced here today by President J. VI'. Fullbrlght. Mr. Hoover, one of the nation's most noted criminologists. Is a native of Washington and a graduate of George Washington University. Five Institutions have conferred honorary degrees upon him. He began the priiclicc of law in Washington in 1911 and was social assistant lo the nltorney-gen- cral of the United Slates from 191(! to 1921. He was assistant director of the Bureau of Investigation from 1921 to 1024 and been director since 1024. Among Ibr honors that have been conferred on him arc the gold medal of the Naliona! Institute of Social Sciences for "distinguished service rendered to humanity," the Pennsylvania Atli- leltc Club's medal of achievement, the distinguished service medal awarded by the Boys Chilis of America for. service to the boyhood of America. Mr. Hoover's address al the Uni- versity of Arkansas will be given on Monday, June 10, at 6:45 p.m. Jomnieiiccinent exercises open on Saturday, June 8, with the annual senior play. Baccalaureate exercises will be held Sunday, June 0, with Dr. Noble Strong Elderkin ircachlng the sermon. On Monday, June 10, (lie annual alumni luncheon will be held at noon, the reception for faculty, alumni and visitors at 4 o'clock, and the graduation exercises at 6:45. All exercises will be held in the Chi Omega Greek Theatre. Athlete's Foot Sufferers Now get prompt, effective relief from the itching, burning discomforts of athlete's foot with famous Black nnd Whits Ointment, the cooling, soothing parasitlcidal dressing thht is antiseptic and kills those fungi which it contacts. Us» H'itli lilack nnd White Skin Soap. FOR SALE Beautiful bungalow close in. Paneled living room and dining room. I.irge stone fireplace. Hardwood floora. S2750. Can make terms. Thomas land Co. (l l At The Hospitals BlythcvUle Hospital Mrs. Laura Lcmmons, Forrest Oily, admitted. Mrs. Goronwy poctv: and baby, Number Nine, dismissed. Mrs. W. C. Buchanan, city, dismissed. Mrs. Nancy Pulkm, Hayti, dismissed. Walls Hospital Gilliland. Cooler, Clarice mitted. Mrs. Ralph Sanford, Holland, admitted. Ellen Klein, city, admitted, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gurnow, a daughter, this morning, weighing six and a half pounds. Memphis jMcIx^morr Clinic Mrs. Charles Bcall, Wilson, ad mitted, Memphis Baptist Hospital W. O. Childs. Reiser, admitted. Clara Cotvcrt, Osceola, admitted. The Automobile Club of Amer- hig .'after.,. having been 'strickciyL.;- , : . ,~' . ~~ . -.-.,. ..' wlilv>..heafl''atlack. ''• f Tj8>| - : — ™ v ..-.. ' Junior League baseball set up 'lor lea wns organized in 1899. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly JIOIUJll Col H lurkagii ol Ilu-Kx Ci lwl«}-. Miv il 'win, n ,,„:,,, ndd llic juiii' L»f 1 li-mims. I Ni. iruuliln M -At jinil |I]«LM :i <!nv. Often williiu Itf himv HJjjiivil. If Iht- [tains fly rn,l (pm ami it you do mil Iccl liet "•HI nist you nolhiiiK 10 try MihJ ),.v j-iiur (Jri?t:f.'is) Illuli-r Coni|H>iinil r,) V by Klrt-y Hrii.s. ilru k . VORTEX PETROLEUM CO. BI.VTIIKVII.I.K CITV LIMITS HlfiHWAV 61 NORTH Any 20c: Cigarettes for 16c With Purchase of S Gal. or More nf ARK. GAS AT MO. PRICKS KEFINKRY TO YOUK CAR Michie IJros., Dealer Sign the New Register at the Ritz WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY ALso News & Comedy ROXY WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY PAJ, NIGHTS 2 Admitted for Price of 1 l'h£ BIG PARADE OF THE HIGH SEAS TORPEDO Also Selected Shorts IJSTEN TO KI.CN : 11:00 ».m. —12:45 pjn. —4:J« p.m.: Phone Siti ft4 Phone Boxy 333 G'hrljttim Church, who be llas Parly For ("lull Miss Virginia Litllp linti ;i party for members ' of Ihe DuoWe G Bridge club at her home last night, l Tulips and narcissuses which j decorated Hie house were in keeping j wilh Hie .spring scheme carried out in llie.tallies and the dessert course. Miss Patty Shane was presented high score prize, and Miss Margaret Shaver, sccord lush score prize. graduated from the city high school May 31, were entertained by the Woman's Council of the church al a breakfast al the .Hotel Noble this morning. Guests of honor were Miss Dorothy Cross. Miss Jcanctta Joan Hs. baugh, Lloyd Ward. Joe Billy Mc- Hancy and Hugh Hnrbert. Parents of the graduate;; were; .. , . , . also guests of the Council for the . cllllrch hcrc : llil: < amiouni-ed Rev. Cole's Sermon Subjects Announced l I The llcv. Ira Coir, pastor of Ihe I Highland Heights Baptist chuich | in iNfcmphis. who is conducting Southern breakfast, wliirlt was served at 1:30 o'clock. Floral arrangements for the table were of yellow and red lulips. spirca. narcissuses anrt other spring llowera. Invitations and placrcards carried out the school theme of Die .party. Both represented the old fashioned school slatts. places oi the guests were marked with corsages of pansies and sweet peas and boutonnicrc.s of red rosebuds presented by Mrs. J. C. Ellis, president of Ihc Council. Mrs. Ellis welcomed the gursts and introduced George w. Patterson, pastor oi the church, who .spoke briefly io the guests. Jm- j promptu speeches followed by others in the group. All Club Members ] Attend Bridge Tarty. I AH the memters of the Tuesday club were present lor Ihe parly given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. W. C. Hlggiiispn at tier home. A dessert plate was served a I the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. Rilcy B. Jones was high' and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, scc- , oild high scorer. / * * • Club Has Guest. When Mrs. Floyd -A. White entertained member's of the Tuesday Bridge club ytslerday after- liis sermon .subjects tur Umiuhl and 'rhursday nighl. "Our Present Condltiof and Our Kiitiire Auttcipalion" will bi- discusser) at tonight's serviiT, and "Get Heady lo Die" will be the Thursday night theme. Morning services ;\t ten o'clock on •Tiutldirg (he Christian Life" v. ill be continued this week as will the radio services a! 9:15 oVlock on "The Uplifted Christ." Smart far town and, later on, tor travel or resort wear, is 1'aton's navy and white reefer in silk and wool wilh cnornions ".-addle-bug" pockets. It's worn with a navy silk crepe dress nnd navy accessories. They included: Mrs. Ralpli' Swain, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Henderson. Mrs. Grov-, er Woods, all of Memphis; John Henderson, Mrs. S. B. Cox, S. C. Cox, Susie. Lcltic. Ken and Mary Leo Cox. 'nil of Potts Camp, Miss.; Miss Nelcn Neice, Mrs. Opal Coop- I er, both of Joncsboro; Roy Whil' ten, of Trumaiin; Ihc Rev. and Mrs. E. Z. Newsom of Cape Gi- I rarrtemi. Mo.; Joe Newsom of Tunica, Miss.; the Rev. L, P. Fleming of Iliplcy, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Evans and children, of Sikcston; Mrs. J. W. Bntes of Ijikft City. Ark.; Mr. and ! Mrs. Dan Rittcr of Paragould; Mr. ' nnd Mrs. B. H. Gihncr, Mrs. James Gilmer, nil of Hnytl; Mrs. Floyd Bell and Miss Capitols Bell, Ixilh of Lllbaurn, Mo.; Mrs. Hoy Yrlv- inglon of Frenchman's Bnyon, ami Charles Ncely of Caruthersvillc. Gosnell News There me 26,000,000 passenger cur.s registered in the United Stales. Approximately 16,000,000 of that number have been manufactured during the lust five years. Has nirtlulay t'nrly Dorothy Stromlrc celebrated her 13th birthday Saturday night by • entertaining 45 of her friends and i school males with n parly. After games were plnyetl. sand- 1 wli'ltcs anil lea were served by Ihc I hostess' mother. Mrs. Charles Stro- mirr, ' As lute us 1SO!>. II tool: M.v weeks to apply tho U7 coats ot paint thai went on an automobile body. I J. L GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optometrist In BlythciUllc. Glasses Fitted Correctly I SPECIAL! 1/3 More for the same motiey ,Tolmso7i's \\'n\ am! Clio-Coat SHOUSK-HKNRY HARDWARE CO. Phone 35 Read Ccwier News \ianl ads. Trj One ol Our tlellclous PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn »croM From HUli School CURSION SAN SOUCI LANDING MAY EXPERT BEAUTV WORK CAT I Ififi f ' or ^ALL IUO ,v ppo | ll)ni( , n , Margaret's Beauty Shop TutiiS! yctrt oil jrour »vP"r»nce —adds years lo your tile. VAPOR BATHS Swedish MaEMgc Salt Glow and Sbovtei Mis. Rulh L»whon ^^••fc:^^\»^•• ' :~~*—*^> DANCE TRIP P'riffifr/ f.y \i. 11. C. and 1). A. 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