The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1940 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 8, 1940
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PAGE FOUR .BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Social Caletidai THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armor*!; ParentTTcacher association meeting Hire* o'clock at clc- menlar) school, Mrs Hunter 0. .Sims and Mrs W D. criamblin. entertaining Tliurs- das Luncheon club at the Sims lionje. . , Ivifs M ntzslnimoiis enloi tain- ing Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughtm of the Contcd- erkcv, 2 30 o'clock, at her home, Mrs IiaGrone Whittle and Mn Marshall B! a o k a i d entertaining Y. M B club with party at Whittle home Mrs rhesfer Nabers having Thursday Brldji club Mrs Henfj' Humphrey enlti(ain- inf. Thursday Contract club Mrs C W aarrlgaii having Thursday Afternoon club Mid-Week Bridge club meeting »itli Mrs J Louis Cheny FRIDAYS bVbNi.-J Elrrvftood cometeij association meeting 2 30 o'clock with Mn> Neill IKed. v Mis H G Pnrllotv enteri-amlng Friday Contuct cluU nt lionic of Mrs R C Alien Mrs Louis Applcbiiuiii having Fnda v Bridge chih Bo)d-Kjlf Riics Announced Todij Of Interest here Is (hq announcement of Ihc marriage of Mifc-> Maftha Nell Kjle, daughlei of Mi and Mrs Noiman W Kyle nnd Virgil Boid, SOT of Or and Mrs D li Bojd The utuduig was solcmniml Dec 30 1938, nt CarvdhersviHe by Justice of the Peace J. D, Stsk. Miss Churchill Buck and Miirray Thompson accompanied them. Both Mr. ami Mrs. Boyd were graduated from Hie Dlythcvlllc lilsU school Mrs Bo>ri lins been ton nectsd with the S H Kicw, Com- paij, -md Mi Boyd Is employed bv the J C Penney Conipnnj Tliey arc niaklhg their home for the piesent with the bndcgiobins parents, 915 . West Cliickiuwbn avenue. « » » To Itae Benefit l"irl} .Plans tire being made for a benefit b'rldgc nitty tb bb given Tuesday-night at eight o'clock under (lie attsuicc>s of the Woman s club at tlie club lib'usc. Botli.'iiieh and women arb to b'e invited to the benefit parly. It is planned to offjr two pilzes [or the men afd two (or the women and to awdrd a dooi iiiUe A dessert course will be served b'eforc the games. „ Members of the flnniicc committee of the club arc In chnrgc of arrangements. They arc Mrs. J. P. Iricnd Mrs Rustell Pair, MI'S V G. Holland, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. Chestei;.Caldwoll. Mrs. C.>E. Criggcr Sr., Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. W S. Johnston, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, M.s W W Hawklrs. Mil. Joe G Tiieschmann Mrs Keuclall Beiry, Miss Dorothy Goodriih, Mrs O. M., Morgan, Mrs. B. A. Bug'.', Mrs. J. W. Adams Si-., Mrs. John P. Kclriiulller. Anyone wishing to make reservations may..'telephone Mrs. Friend. * « * Oscenla Women Have Bridge I.unbliebii Here Forty Oscebla women were entertained at a bridge luncheon glvrii here yesterday afternoon by Mrs. FLAPPER FANNY - cere. !«•» ir «« sc«Vi«, we. T. M. me U s m. orr.- By Sylvia Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davis, became (he bride of Max Smothermnn, son of Mr. aiid Mrs. S. L. Siriolhei-jiian of Dell, r In a ceremony solcinnl/.cd Saturday night at Holland Mo The Rev. J. L. Woolmiin, pastor of the First, Church ol li.> e Nan- aicne, read tlie services. Miss Bdllli jnc'ksoh and Ben Koff oi Dell, were their only attendants. The b'lide wore a navy Blue shc'cr wilh white accessories. Her co'r- aiije was of white car'iiatlons. Both Mr. aiid Mrs. Si'noUici'man attended Dell high school where I they were popular members of the ' younger set. For the present, (hey plan to make their home with the bridegroom's parents at Dell where Mr. Siiiolhc'rniiin lliis farming Interests Bits of News Mostly Personal* "Now I know why Pop calls Uncle a gay <log. He gels around." Bruce ivy art! Mrs. O. E. Masscn- gltl, both of Hint city, In compliment to Mrs. G. G. I'\ilkcrsb'n of flarrlsburg. Ark., iiouseeucst of the Mnssengtlls. Tlie Hotel Noble was the scf..c of the party. Spring (lowers were arranged on the luncheon tables and ut otlibr points about the cn- leitainini! rooms. After tli6 three course lunclicor' wns served, bridge was played at nine tables, sirs. w. E. Johnson i'c'cblvcd high score prize and Mrs, li. li. Rlley, second high. The low' score award wort to Mrs. \V. J. Driver Jr. The hostesses also presented their guest of honor with a gift of lin- (jei-le, * » * I'/osprrlly Ciub To Hiiv(i Anniversary DaiU'c Miss Mable George, of -Uixom, and her (lance, Oe Mitri Abdelnbiir, of New York City, will he complimented with n dance given by mcntuers of the Prosperity club and their families oh ihe occasion of the club's third anniversary Friday. Sutherland. The affair, which will begin at" eight .o'clock, will be nl the.Wo- man's club. The wcdillmj df Miss George and Mr. Abdelnoiir will be solemnized Sunday at the Lu.vora Methodist chinch. the program. Miss I'earl Lee. chairman, was assisted by Mi's. B. M. ilolt, Mrs. W. M. Bcrrymaii nnd Miss Willie Davis in presenting a program on "Youth Steadfast for Christ." Refreshments were served after the proiji'uin. llunur Miss Kay Miss Cnniclln Hay. of liayli. was guest of honor yesterday afternoon nt n party given by Miss Irene Duffy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Miilllrs. Bridge wns played In the living room which was, decorated with pink roses and valley lilies. High score prize went to Miss Odette fianson, and tlie hoiiorcd guest was also presented ,-i gift. ^ -.1. -..-. •. .... ... at Miss Louise Jones To Wed Dr. W. B. Thorning OSCEOLA, Ark,, May S,—Former hoolmates and friends nrc In- :ercstcd in the announcement made .oday by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Has- kln Jones ot this city of the en- jagciiieht and approaching marriage of their daughter, I/iulse Dimavant Jones, to Dr. William Burton Thornlng of Houston, Tex, The ceremony will be performed aj, the Second Baptist Churcli in Houston Saturday morning, May 25th, at nine o'clock by the Hcv Mr. F, - - s chute!). Miss Etliel Jones, only sister of the bride-elect, will attend her as maid of honor. She will be given in marriage by her father, R. It. Jones of this city. Miss Jones, who wns feared In Osccola, is a graduate of Joncsboro Baptist College, Joncsboro, and Htlcnded Central College, Cohway, Ark. She has been connected with an automobile A dessert course was served the conclusion, of the games. * •> * New (jiuli (jrrjaniM-s The recently organized Duo-Quad i Bridge cliili had Its first, party yesterday ivlien the members were en- tprlalnpd at the hoiue of Mrs. D. C. Ita'yp I'roj-ram Mccliiij; Tliirlceii ihciubers of the Business Women's circle or the First Bhptlst church and three visitors (net for n Royal Service program lasl night at the lioinc' of Mrs. John Tyrone. Visitors were Miss Mary Johi:- slon, Mrs. Jessie Recdei- iind Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Dr. Edna Nies presided over the business session which preceded MOTHER'S DAY » MAY 12th GIVE HER Because they're longer wearing —these specially Ireated stockings are Mother's favorites. \ Choose from our new Phoenix j Council Personality Colors and make her Happier because of your extra Ihoughlfulness. Mrs. W. C. IMielnn, of Memphis, iliid Mi's. R. L. Gatiics wbrc^guests for the games which wore played In rooms decorated with irises, narcissuses and other spring flowers. Refreshments wore served during the games In which Mrs. \,. C. Brady wns high anil Mrs. T. L. licnUm, second high scorer. Members of the group arc Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. Di-ady, Mrs. Ilca- tpn, Mrs. Hurvty Morris, Mrs. William Coi-dcr, Mrs. J. T. Smilli, Mrs, S. K. Oairett and Mrs Arcel Webb. • * » I!. T. V. Council Steels . l-'ifly members of the Training Unloir Council of the First Baptist church met Monday night at the churcli to make plans for work during tin 1 of May. •The- five departments of Hie Union ihcl in the department robins before convening for a general assembly. Miss Jc'.mrc Carlock gave the devotional, wjilch was followed with 11 live minute sword drill presented by. the junior department under the direction of Mrs. Russell Uaiigh. BIOEsom Graham of the lutcfme- f!liitc ociwrlmcnt talked on the "Scco.-.<l Mile Spirit In tiir chhrch Home"; Miss Willie Davis of the yrjiiiig people's department on "Where May We Find the Ixjsf"; Mrs. Lilly Johnson of the adult department on the "Christian Home." Tlie program ivas concluded with a talk on "Where Wo Arc and Where We ought, to Bo" by Fred ucncral director. 'Hie Mr. and Mrs. jicninrd obbuli left yesterday for carlul, ill,, i 0 v | 5 jt Mr. Cioucli's ii'iothcr, Mrs. n. A. Clobcli, aird (o attend the go'uien' wedding Jinnlver.vary of Mi-, and Mrs. John Crebbs, lifelong friends- of Mr. Gooch. Mrs. J. E. llasson, of Memphis/ is spending several days here. Miss Alice Sallfe, who attends Ark!ir«is Slate college at Jones- boi-o, will spend the week eiid with her parents, Dr. and Mrs, J. A. Saliha. She is coming especially for the wedding of Miss Mnbcl George, of Luxora, and DC Mctri Abdclnonr, of New York City, which will be solemnized In Luxora Sunday. Mrs. G. \V. Dlllnlnidy, Mrs. Perry Barbel' and Miss Jenny Wren ull'- lahunty , UB . s , W ncllng today in Memphis. . Dick Tiplon, a student at Unio-: University nl .Inckaon. Tciiu., will .spend the weekend here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tip- toii. Herman Osbron went t» Vclerans hospital in Memphis yesterday for an extended course of treatments. He was accompanied by Mrs. Os- bion and .Mrs. Carey Woodburn Pheony. Mr. and Mrs. Piaiiklm rind, their houscgu-'jil, Mrs. Nannie (Roebuck of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. O. a. Hires are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Atkinson is to consult a specialist at Bnptist hospital while Mrs. Hires is to tiiidtrgo e.xiiiuhiiition at Crlslcr's clinic, ' Mrs. nnlph Fimar left loitiy (or Baton Hongc, La., \vlierc she will spend three months. She is to'ivoi-k In the office ol her Father, who is in thc-slak- auditor's department while her sister, who permanently holds (hat position, vacations, In Ciiba. I J. G. Buchanan, L. D. Climnrjlin and J. A. Atteberry were In Memphis yesterday for the funeral of Charles G. Smith, of tliat city, who' was zone manager of the c'hcvrb- tct company. . \V12DN fcSDAY, MAY 8, 1940 Cariithcrsville Society—Personal fluaiicc cbinlia'ny In Iloiiston for (he past Ifi months. Or. Thnrntng is (he son of Mrs. W. B. Thornlng and the late Dr. W, B. Tlibnimg of Houston. He is a ju-aehialc of ij>e University oi Texas Medical School. Following ihclr marriage ami the wedding breakfast at tlie Warwick Hotel In Houston, Dr. and Mrs Thorniiig will leave by motor for n two weeks brldnl (rip to Mexico City iind oilier points of interest | Olrauers Class Mr-el nl SIvHr. in that county. U)ion their re-j Members of the Gleaners Class turn they, will be at home in Hous- of tlie Baptist church held Ihclr | meeting Monday night at the home j of Mrs. Bainey Gieesway near ' Stcele. Twt'ilty-cight wc:rc present. Following .1 business meeting, va- Jolly fiiiic Meets Mrs. Sam Orgel was hostess to the Jolly Nine Club at her hoine Monday niglit. Mrs. W. E. G. Graham was club guest for tlie even- in?. llish score prize was wo:i by Mrs. John VnnAiisflall and second high by Miss Swan Naylor. Both prizes were hosiery. At the close of tlie evening the hostess sewed a .salad aiid dessert course. * I r First NIsMers Meet Members of the First Niehlrra Club met at the home of Mrs. R. W. Baird Monday nii'ht with Miss Mary Jane Corbett ur.d Mrs. Parker Morgan as sucsls. Miss Schna Cooperman won high scoie prize, cologni.'. and Miss Maxine Baird received a large bottle of polish rcniover for low. Mrs. J. C. Davis won bridgo |jiiy,e. a candy dlFh. and Mrs. Morgan received a sngiir ard creamer set for guest prize. The hostess served moulded tunu fish, pickles rtml olives, crackers, iin.'l lemon elilffon pie. Mrs. B. 0. Bennett and MIS. John Rlggs Sr., all of Little ruick, Ark., drove to Caruthersvlllc Monday to attend fuhoral services the next day for William .£>;•<..- Byrd Jr. Mrs. Rlggs feluhie'd Tuesday afler- robii, nnd Capt. jiiid Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Bennett returned ,Wcd- I'rsduj. Henry Tipton of Memphis arrived In Caruthersvlllc Friday to spend his two weeks vacation with lib parents, Mo tied Mrs. J. W, Tipton Si. Mrs. H. L. Stephen* oi Rolfa virtlesi here for a short time Moii- <iay afternoon with frlands. Casey Kilsjarc submitte;l. to a major operallon at the Biiptist hospital In Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. John Ellis, who lias been a Mirgical patient at the .Southeast Missouri Hospital i; Cape Girar- ticau, was dismissed this week. Mrs. Hill riaydm and Mrs. Pauline ii;iyil:ii drove to Memphis Monc';iy. Afr. and Mrs. L. S. Beckett and Miss Ifoleii Campbell, nil of Sikcs- toh, left Monday after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. [[. a. Thomas : nr.d Tu'te McCue. Liixdra Holds School Who's Who Election* LUXOR A, Ark, May 7.-in thc : rfcent Who's Who lii (lie Luxora high school, ai.'hounccment has' bftii Jfiiide as follows; Gladys Lci"h : was voted the title of "Miss Luxora- Hijli School"; prettiest, neatest and' int'st studious girl, Joanna Miller; most handsome boy, Murviii Spnim Wilson; best dressed girl, isilly Uingstor:; snosl polite girl, l-'rankie; most, polite boy. Junior Nor- I.'K; most sliidioiis boy, Charles Ellison; most valuable girl itle), Dltsy SlUnmn and Jesse Glemi Tomlinsoii; most viiliinble-vei'snlilc- boy B. O. Wilkins Jr.; most versa-; Illo girl. Dltsy Siiihian; best girl athlete, Virji.-ia Ellis; best boy: athlete. Fred George. A half moon is only one-ninth, as bright as the full moon. ton. Local Physicians Hear Doctors From Memphis Dr. Francis Murphy and Or. Richard Cblng, of Memphis, were the guest speakers a'l the meeting of llic Mississippi County Medical association last night at the city hall. They were accompanied here by Dr. J. W. MeKinney, also of Memphis. Dr. F. R. Sweet, of Leacli- ville, was another out of lown visitor. Dr. Murphy discussed "Certain Drugs in the Treatment or Meningitis" and Dr. ciiing spoke on "Blond Pressim?." Members of the association here from out of lown were: Dr A E Robinson, of Leachvillc, Dr. L D Miisscy and Dr. G. M. Harwell, both of Osccoln, Dr. T. F. iimlson, of Luxor.1, and Dr. J. L. 'ildwcll! of Dell. "Brer, Motley" n Ifllh century F.nglaiul. beer money was an additional expense (n hiring servants. In addition to the regular wages, cooks and oilier servants be Mippllccl with beer or money to buy brer. At the Hospitals lilytlicvilld I Catherine Bizzle, ailmittcd. Cnrutliersvillc, Beniiie Ncal, Bragg City, admitted. Mrs. Uuii-a Lemons, Forrest City dismissed. Mrs. C. E. Strange.,, Huffman, dismissed. Hospital Philip tlcaoi Uulner, stcelc admitted. Mrs. o. B. Sanford, Holland admitted. Wocxlrow Brewer, Dell, admitted. V. T. Wicker, city, dismissed. Memphis Metlimh'st il«.s-|iitUl Mrs. Ella Ramiell, Wnrricll, admitted. , Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayden, Camlhersville, n son. .Memphis Baptist ilnspilni C. C. Kllgorc, Caruthersvillc ad- mitlptl . Mrs. j. j, Moore,, city, admitted. Mrs. Uarl Quinn, Osceola, admitted. Men-ill Ofay, I.uxbra. arimllted. A. M. Gaircr. Carnthcrsville, atl- mltlcd. rlous games were played for the remainder ot Hie evening. Novelty prizes were awarded. The hostess served sandwiches, olives and pickles, potato chips. strawbBrries i" patty shells'' topped with whipped cream and iced tfa. .ShiMver for/ Colliiccllur Members of the Y. W. A. of thp Baptist church held a short business meeting Monday night at the church. Nine member.s were present. After the meeting (hay adjourned to the home of .Mrs. J. E Brown Jr.. club cou-cellor, ivho was unable 16 attend the mccthvj. and presented her with a handkerchief shower. Mrs. Brown will lorm in two weeks for a .summer vacation. * + • Knterlain With Slincr Mrs. C. : C. Nelson ami Misr Janice brigiit. were joint hostesses at a surprise shower given Monday night at the Nelson residence In ho.ior oi Mrs. Perry Butler, n biicli of last month. Three tables of contract \vcre h play throughout, the evening, anc high score prize, hosiery, was wor by Mrs. Ed James. Low. stationer.;was awarded to Mrs. Frank Wilt anil Miss Thelma Kvenson bridgoet 1 and received bath powder. Aftc-i the prira; were awarded the gucsl of honor was presented with hei gifts. Sweet, peas in glass baskel.s decorated the tables, and the hastes' served a dessert course after the games. ' Miss Havricltc . Judge of New Madrid was a Caruthersvillc visitor Tuesday. Captain and Mrs. J. M. cannon. 'was dismissed with 79c A special gift package ,ol gaily colored Cellophane makes your Phoenix Hosiery gilt "ieady-lo-give"! JIEDEL truce prayers. + r * I'nlerlaiiij; (,'luli iMiss Sarn Jo IJttle rnloiiaiued members of the Tuesday Contract club and one guest. Miss' Virginia l.Ulle. with a parly at her home I last night. Spring (lowers formed a vivid background for the bridge games In whirli Miss Margaret Sharer high nnd Miss ratty ijhane, second high scorer. A salad plate was served at the conclusion of the games. * * « I'liin For U'alcr Carnival Plans for the witlrr carnival i sponsored annually by Chapter NI of llir t>. K. O. sfe'rrhood were! disiusscrt last nisht at a mceling of the group al the home ol Mrs. L. K. Old. The carnival will be Friday, Juiir- 7. nl Walker I'nrk pool. Members of (he finance committee, i Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. F.HOII ! W. Klrby and Mrs. Old arc In charge of the arrangements tori tlie affair. j Mrs. H, F. Klrslmcr, guest of the! sisterhood, reviewed the book "Gnuulnva Called It Carnal." 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