The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 7, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLBi (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1940 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Junior-Senior Parent-Teacher association 'meeting three o'clock at Jilglv school; preceded by executive beard meeting at 2:30 o'clock. | Chapter D ot the P. E. O. Sis-, terhood meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Charles S. Lemons at Hotel | Noble. . . I Mrs. William Young entertain-1 Ing'ADC" Bridge club.' Town and Country club meet-1 ing with Mrs. Fred V, Rutherford. • ' THURSDAY'S EVENts Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. W. D, : -Chambiin enlertalnfng Thursday 'Luncheon club at the Sims home.- Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters 'of the' Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock al her home. 'Mrs. LaCrone Whittle and Mrs. Marshall Blackard entertaining Y;' M. B. club wiih party ul Whittle home. 'Mrs. Chester Nsbers having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. Henry Humphrey entertaining Thursday Contract club. Mrs.' C. W. Garrigan having Thursday Afternoon club. Mid-Week" ; Bridge club meeting With' 'Mrs! J. Louis Cherry. "''••''•• HUUAV j> fcVtiixTii Elmwood Cemetery association meeting' 2:30 ' o'clock with Mrs. Neiif Reed. : 'Mrs, : H. G. Partlow entertaining Friday Contract club at home of Mis.~R. C. Allen. Mrs.- Louis ApplebaMtn having Friday Bridge cluh. Announce New Members 'Mrs 1 .' George Pfeuffer and Mrs. Charles Rose were announced as new members' of the mission study group of tiie Woman's Council, First Christian church yesterday afternoon' when 30 members incl at FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia -COPR.IHO Bm» T.M.KCC V. 5 linlgti being launched for Ouachlla Baptist collejje at 'Arkadclphla'. During the business session presided over by Mrs. W. J. Rodgcrs reports were heard from various committees. Mrs. Theodore dismissed the group with prayer; * + • » • Hoyal Neighbors Meet 'Ten members of 'the lioynl Neigh- Bits of News Mostly Personals fleads Ed.ucalors District Group bors met with Mrs. G. G. last night to hear the report' of Mrs. Harry Ogle who attended the slate convention hi Little Rock last cek, ' ' . After balloting on applications, the liofilcss .served, n' dessert course of strawberry' short cake topped' with ice cronm; Club Will (in To Sumerville Mcmbcrs'of the Wednesday Bridge club' will £0 to sbmerville, Term:, tomorrow for a ptirly at the home of Mr.?. Baker \VHson. Mrs. Wilson, formerly ot this city, was a member a! the club. •••'•• Mr. and Mr.s. Gordon Lcc of Daylona Bench, Pla., who were the week end tjticsts of Mr. and Mrs. liodney L. Banister and Mrs. Mary Little, have gone to Dallas, Tex., where they will .spend two weeks before returning to their home. Mrs. V. G. Holland returned home last night from Slate Springs, Miss., where she had visited her father, W. M. Shaw, since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall are in Cape Girardc'au today for an art exhibit arranged by Ihclr daughter, Miss Martha Lee Hall, who Is a teacher in (lie Cripe Girardcau city schools. ; Mrs. Fred Smith nnd Mrs. W'l Sml.lli'Jiv arul" daughter, Aim, ot Dexter,' Mo., spent Sunday here with' Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Han- Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night Chlc.knsawba Lodge, flo. 134 F, and A'. M.',' will meet,' in stated communication Wednesday night nt 7:30 o'clock. L. E. Baker, Worshipful Master, announces there will tie- work in the E. A. degree ' and that visiting Masons are invited. Poet's Statue farm! PHILADELPHIA (UP> '— Beatrice Fcntou, . 1'hilaclelphia sculptress has completed 'a iifc-sl^c figure o the |x>et, UzeUe Wo'odwdrth. Reese! The slalue symbolizes the pool cattering Iicr inspired gifts. When he 'figure Is finished in broiv/.e It rill be sent to the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore. 'EXPERT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margarets Beauty Shop Tak«s yc«> oil your ajijiHnnc — adds yens to your life; - < : VAPOR JUTIIH' S-i-cJisli M»s<a<; ' bait ' Glow and Si" *er : - Mrs. Buth Itiwhoa • ' ktcr "o"rid" : Mrs~ Mnr7"uuie Carl L. Bird, superintendent ot ' S Mr. nnd #£ W^l. Si have .he schools aj Wilson ; vvas recently gone to Little Rock today for the > named president of the Noilheasl Hireling of the Arkansas Funeral i Arkansas Educators Association. Directors association. They plan to be nway for two days. Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin and „ „ ' Mr find Mrs. Joe Lilzclfchicr have Slmly Mini's rraycr J mill . nC (| from California where The devotional for the Nyoman's Society of Christian Service of the Mike Street Melhodtel clnirch given yesterday by Mrs. P. M. Sweet was based on the sixth chapter of Mat-. Ihcw ami was concerned, with a study of the first 'two''verses" of lie lord's -prayer. ' '' Eighteen members attended the' they visited numerous places. ."I ride mainly for exercise.'.' "Ycali, I doii'L look so bad in a rulmg habit, response to the scripture. Mrs. Jnmcs Terry ar.d Mrs. John 0. McIIaiiey sang a duct. "I 1 Would Be (hc afternoon when 30 members met »M ,,"," ' u-rhc chureh's One FounAifs: B. C. Hose's home at Hose- f" °" B ,, land. Mr&. Charles Rose was co hostess. Mrs." Pfeuffer is, to be a new merhber of the Beriha Fuller group nsd Mrs. Hose of the Shelton group. Visitors . at yesterday's meeting included Mrs! 1. Q. Wcstbrook 3r., of Memphis, Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook Jr. and • daughter, Patricia Jo. of Joiner, Mrs. John Durham and R. C. Rose. Mrs. J. C, Ellis was in charge of the devotional on "To Build a Neighborhood." She was assisted ' in the" presentation by Mrs. Edith McCobl, \vho read IhoxcripUirc from | tenth and 14th chapters of John,' and Mrs. R. C. Rose who read "Break Thou the Bread of Life" in ' I LC. ' dntion." The program. Home", was led "Cooperation by Mrs. C. DANCING EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room Hold Noble J. T. Suilljiiry Mr. ft Mrs. Slitt Taut.' The following speakers appeared 0:1 the program: Mrs. McHaney, who talked on "They Might Be One": Mrs. Harry Brown, who discussed "Churches and Community Cooperation": Mrs; Norwood Hedge, whose subject was "Menus of Migrants"; Sirs. E. M. Terry who told of "Parson Tom and Unity in Action". The ottering lor Ihe building ot a new dormitory nf Phillips'Uni- versity, Enid, Okla.. was made during the business session presided over by Mr.s. J. Cecil'Lowe. The hostesses served « salad plate swii'h rolts and coffee. Bouquets of' garden flowers were arrange' throughout the home. * * • Mrs. Lloyd iiimorrd, Twenty ; tivo friends and neigh bors-ol Mrs. Sam Lloyd' were'en terta'lncd at a party given In he honor at tile home of Mrs. Boy Tomlinson -on West Vine slice Monday night. Mrs. Lloyd'is teach l Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUESDAY 1'al. Matinee' & Nikht Z admitted for price at I FEMALE PAIR Women who suffer painful, Irregular periods \vtlh nervous, moody spells due to functional cnuso should nnd Lydla E.'s Vegetable Compound simply inor- vclous to relieve such distress, pink ham's Compound IB ninito cs^ccial/y to help weak, Ureil women la go smiling thru tiuilcutt rtnya. Over 1,000,000 TrtmiDn have rcporied n'niQKkxiB benefits, \VELL WORTH TRYING I' mil .1..-- - iiilcrestiiiB . •Mrs. George Pfeulfcr and son, George Jr., lire iii Memphis To Present Recital At Luxora Tonight LUXORA, Ark., May 1.—Mrs. H. E. !.. Bcardcn Jr., Is presenting her expression and voice pupils In eor ., ....... , ........ ... Mrs. St. Elmo NcwtonJr., to whom a recital Tuesday ........ . . ., n rinughler was born at Baptist hospital Sunday. Mrs. Mary Halfield, who underwent a IMyiHL'L'Jl iiivrinucirt titwiiui-^L (.in, \vC])l a majul upl-lilliuii ii*«iivii'j Heeling nt Ihc clnirch. During the Wi ,ji s -Hospital after several mon justness session, Mrs: W. L. Orecn ; treatment,' is showing satisfacl appointed 'a committee of Mrs. j i m pi-oVement. ; ' Monday al onths itlsfactory of the Ladies' Bible cltis.s and •esident of the Woman's Mlssloh- •y Union of the Second Baptist, lurch! where most of the 'guests •b members'. Mrs. Edith Permenlcr and Mrs V. A. Norman were co-hostesses 'it» Mrs. Tomlinson. The ' house ' wtis decorated hroughout with irises, violets; nowballs and spirea, nnd Ihc color chctnc of blue and white was car- led out In other decorations. •Hi the bingo games, gills went o' Mrs. Haii Cutler, Mrs. Lloyd J.rcws, Mrs. Clco Wren. Mrs. irovcr Wren, Mrs. Buford coolly, vlrs. Irvln Overtoil, Mrs. G. C. tipp and Mrs. Will Wheat. ' 'Hie hostesses served refresh- uetils of cuke and jcllo topped vilh whipped cream, t » • I'o Install Officers. Officers' of Ihc Jimlor-Senioi High school Parent-Teacher association will lie'Installed at i'lh meeting Wednesday • nflernooh *;» ih'ree o'clock at the school. An executive board meeting a 2:30"o'clock will precede the gen eral : session for which a mtislca program has been arranged. Mrs. 'Frank Chiles, Mrs. Clarence While tvntl' Mrs. Bob Chiles and ton,' Bobby, spe'nt yesterday in Osceola wlU'i Mrs'. E. S. Chiles. • ' •-••-• ; j 'n. Swaim of „„„,.. ,.., -ft Sunday aller having stopped here over Saturday ' to be the' guests of My. and George Dlsihgc'r.' Mrs. Daisy Marler, Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. C.' T. Shamlln to attend the pre^ view of two' pictures sponsored''by the Ark-Mo Power company'• tor wlilch proceeds'will go'to tlic society. • • '• • • • • i day to be the guests c Kcixirt On Manila Meeting | Mrs. Russell Bnrham. They were ' Members of' the Woinan's Mis- en route- to St. Louis. n.marv society of Christian Scry-1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Secoy ot cA who attended the district meet-' Greenville, Miss., spent the week ng In Manila Thursday made're-'end here with Mr. and Mrs. GfoiKO ports «t the meeting of the local Carney and other relatives. ;roup yesterday afternoon at the I Mrs. W. M. Lan'kin of Bragg, hurch." " '" City. Mo:, who underwent a major Mrs.-M, G. Goodwill, Mrs. W. P.' operation last week, Is steadily im- Srcwer, MrsV \V; 'V'S.tickinon, Mrs.; jn-oving and is expected to be re- in Ihe Luxora high school torimn at 1:45 o'clock. The program to he presented u> as follows: The expression divi- t ion, under jioetry will be-Oeorge McLcndon in "Things inside", "The Kid", and "What, Qivcs Me r Pain''; Joan Bennett in "The Tur tie" "The Elf'arid the Doormouse and "The Brush"; Mary Clay Bowcn, "Somebody's- Mother", (dia "Acceptance" (monolog Pleasant Way ~io moke yopr HEADACHE • Capiidine makes simple headache and neuralgia go not only quickly but pleasantly; It is centle, soothing to the nerves, and brinfs relaxation—a stnse of well-bcinj.'Capudine is liquid, anil ifs Ingredients -ar«' p.lrfady dissolved—all ready to act. Next time lake Capudine to relieve headacht quickly, lliorouglily, and PLEASANTLY. lOo, 30c, and GQcal drug itores. CAPUDINE "Alice Scraps McLeiidon In KeiHirls On Convention Mrs. -H. H." Brooks reported on the district meeting of Woman's Missionary Union held In Corning Friday at the'meeting of the local Woman's Mlssionar.v Union of (he First' Baptist church yesterday afternoon »t the church. Mrs. Tom W. Jnckson, Mrs. W. W. Watson Sr. and Mrs. E. P. Hardin were other local women who accompanied Mrs. Brooks to Corning. Mrs. R. L. Recdcr gave'lhc dcvo- I tonal oil "The Cross" nt yesterday's meeting and offered prayer. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor, spoke briefly on the financial cam- Williams, Mrs.' A.. C. Haley, Mrs. 1 Snilie' Ttub'l'cr, Mrs." R'.' N. Hill iiiur'Mi'. 1 '. C. E. CriKger Sr., spoke b'fielly on Hie district meeting. '•' ' Mrs. B. A. Lynch led the devotional which was in the form of responsive readings. Mrs. Jesse Taylor read the missionary bulletin-and Mrs- A c - Haley ottered prayer, • • * * - -. .l/.u-gc. :(irbup Attends • -'- \\ Tea* And flook Itcyicw' •''_•:f Seventy 'five guests hcarjl' .the book review given by Mrs. .Eugene W. Potter, of Joncsboro, and attended the silver tea which • fol- , lowed inst night nl Ihe First Mcth- iodist church. The Business Women's Ciirlo ol the church siionsored the program on which Mrs. Potter reviewed movcd~lo her home the latter part p[ the week. She is a sister of Mrs. Carney.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannn went to Little Rock today to attend the meeting of the Arkansas Funeral Directors association. Miss Audra Bryant, of Cnruth- crsvlllc, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Felix Secoy, ami Mr. Secoy at Lake Village and relatives in Greenville, Miss., stopped here 'for the weekend as she en route to her lionie. She was Die guesl^of her aunt, Mrs. CJcorgt Carney, and Mr. Carney. Her Slang"; Ann „.„._,= ••Belinda", (moiio- log) "Bobbie Entertains tiie New Minister", (musical reading) "When Mother'Sinig to Me"; B. O. Wn- kins Jr., "The Bridge nuilder' (dialogue) "He Earned His Money" Minlogue) "Fishin 1 'niat is IHshiiv'". The fccond part of Ihe program •ill consist of the following voice lumbers, with Mrs. T. L. Stan- oi'd M accompanist. "The Rosary," "Love's Old Sweet Song" and "Homing" sung by Hawkins; "The World Is Waiting'for the Sunrise", "Sonny Bov" nnd "The Vow," snug by Pauline Brown; boys' trio composed of Floyd Hawkins. Ralph Da- Miss Whitsitt's Shop "Lost- Paradise," l>y Colfm. Robert, Peter WEDNESDAY -THDHSDAY Tatainounl Neus A- Cotncdy Cnmiiis Soon: Virginia Cily TlchEcca Typhcnn Johnny Apollo ROSY TUKS.-\Y.KI>.-THUKS. PAL NJGHl'S Z Admillrtl (nr 1'ricc of 1 Musical numbers were given by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry, who snug "The Sweetest Story Ever told" accompanied' by Earl B. Sny- dei'. ami Miss Nannie Clark Smith, who played '"Waltx Impromptu." 'The center' decoration 'of the cc draped'tea tnble was a boii- ict of lavcndar irises find yellow ilips. Tapers arranged nl Ihe ba Ihc table lightc'd lli'c scene. Mrs. . E. Qiiellinalz nnd Miss Pauline cc presided over the table. They ere assisted in serving by other \cmbcrs of the circle. The Rev. Eugene W. Poltci ol onesboro. presiding elder of this (strict was a guest for the lea. Lost Cane Graduates Jo Hear Zal Harrison Graduation exercise. 1 ; for the Los Cane grade school hnvc been an mniviccd for Friday night, at eigh o'clock at Ihc school at which lime Hnrrison will make the aci- Jicycle Glub To Meet Oti Wednesday There will be a meeting ot liie ilythcville Highwfvy Junior Safety Bicycle' Club nt the high school ryutt,* n*c ^*w*lb kv . JO«K-MOftAH IV '-Jwnboy; Also Comedy & Snottlight .10 KLCN >.».—Uii5 pjo. —4;30 p.m Let's Go To HAPPY BOUST Uiinntl and Uouml Ihc . . . iiur values never stop. Kvery day i^ "Value Day'' at Happy Until'. PHONE 15 WE DELIVER H APPY OOUR Grocery & il Market " ' 109 W. Main St.' vis, ami Berll Corkran 'Me and the Sim." will sii'B Zal B dress! \V. A. Lewis, principal of the ho will introduce the speaker, has announced the following program. Lorcnc Morry will deliver the valedictory address ana Hassel Lawson. the salutatory address. The processional and recessional will Vic played by Willie Fae. Vc;ich, pianist. The Rev. W. P. Flowers, pastor of the Mllllgnn f£idge Baiitisl church, will offer the nvocation which will be followed py'the class :,ong. 1 Uortha Evans will play n. ptano solo. The cla.w will is to be icad by Lillian l/orren and" the class prophecy by Heinr Stiitlcr. Roy Lawson. president of the school board, will present tlic diplomas which wilt bo accepted by A. C. Weaker. C. V. Slults will give the benediction. omorrov morning when Marcus iVrard, representative of the Lions Jlub here which is sponsoring Ihc ^roup: Clarence H. Wilson icr of the state police commissi'in; Municipal Judge Doyle Henderson nnd Police Chief E. A. Hice. will be icsls of honor. The niuiomiccmoiil- was iu;ule In John W. Fanlknei. of (he Arkansas state police. Who Is nssistliii; In or rnlicin ol the group which has for it;; aim bcllcv driving among bicyclists. F. F. A. Degree Given ' : To Twenty Youth? The "Future Farmer" degree was Brained to 20 boys at a group meeting of thc stcelc ' C0(ller Holland chapters of Future Farmers' of' America. Wednesday night at the Holland Vocational Agriculture department. Tlic following boys received degrees: Charles Prichard, Junior Davis Bobby Martin. .lolm Lewis Matin's. Billy Wright. Vcrlin Chapman and Lewis Hester, all ol Steele; Coleman Threat, Jnmes Morgan, Cnlvln McClnrc. I'aul Greene.' James Hardcsly and Robert tason. all of Ccioter; Paul E( Cope James L. Pinkston. Joe cole- man. Billy Jean McCornuck Charles Hendcrshott, C. J. McCormick and Earl Sharp, all o Holland. After the formal initiation wasj conducted, sandwiches were served' and Ihe boys were entertained with n picture show in Ihc gymnasium. GROUND WQJU FOf. SPMNG V ' ' Fashion is more' than "dress deep"— you must first have a correct foundation. Plan your corset wardrobe, now, if you would be flawlessly groomed. See our new collection of Gpssard foundations and consult with Gossard's stylist. Miss Alleen Campbell Wednesday, May 8th Townsend Group To Hear Miss Schmale C!AU1> <)' r THANKS The family of the late H. C. Duncan thank their friends for the kindnesses extended them during their recent bereavement. Stage Model Program For Baptist Group • A model program was staged by the Baptist Adult Union of the Second Unplist church tor members of Hie recently organized Baptist Training Union of the Gosnell liap- tisl church .Sunday right at (ios- ncll.'" ' j ''Touched With Compassion for the Lost" was the subject nl the program ol which Johnny Unroll was lender. Mr.s. liecdy unrn.s mtri I the scripture and Mrs. Royti Oj dredge was in charge of the i:ioiip which was matte up of Mrs Thomas Bogrm. Mrs. Sam Llovd. Mrs. j ?:arl Walker, Mis. Urn Harrison artl Thomas llogun. Mrs. Guy Ofuu led the Bible qul/,. A iiiiisii-al pioiiram will be presented in connection with the talk to be intulc liere totnorrou' night by Miss Kobrrla Schmale. national speaker, \vlio is to the Townsrnd club No. One and others 'interested in the plan. T!\e meeting is to be in the large auditorium o( the court house nt T:3l) o'clock. Miss Belty Jeanine Schearoi. arlnctisl. fowler Lc"dennlc. trumpeter, nnd T. W. Ooforth. violinist, will present several numbers. 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