The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1940
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PAGE FOUR (ARKJ COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armorel Parent-Toacliw association meeting three o'clock ill elementary school. '• Mrs. Hiinte- c. Sims aiid Mrs. W. D. Cbamtyiii entertainiiig Thursday, Luncheon club at Ihc Sims home. Mrs. M. FitisiuihimiH enUrUiln-- ing Elliott Tletcher 'chapter of the United Daughters of the Cbnfed- eiacy, 2 30 o'clotk al her home. Mrs. taGforiC Whittle hint Mrs. Marshall felacicartt entertaining V. M. B. club ivith pai-ly st Whittle hoiriD. Mrs Chester Nabers having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. Henry : Humphrey cnltrlain- Ing Thursdaj Contract club. Mrs c W. GafHgaii having Thursday Afternoon club. Mld-Weck Bridge club meeting Kith Mrs J. Louis Cherry. l-'itlllAVti r jV tis,o ElliiHood Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Neill Recti, Mis H G Partlow enlcrUiinlnjt Friday Contract club nt home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs Louis Ap'plebaum linvlnu 'Friday Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY Sylvia Joy Phillips Engaged To Geoige W. WJseher Of interest here is the annoiihcc- rhent of the .cngnecineiit ot Miss Joy Blythe Phillips, of Baton Rouge, m., to,George \V. Wlscncr, also of that city, son of Mrs. «a- 'chel' Wiseiier of Warren, Ark., which has been made by her parents, Mr. ana Airs. 'John f. Phil-1 lips, formerly of Here and no\v ol' Baton Rouge. Tho wedding will be solemnized Saturdaj motning, June 1 in Hie First Baptist church of Baton Roiljjc. Miss PhillitJs is well kno\vn in this city having made her home here before going with her family to Baton Rouge three years ago. She was educated, in Chicago. A member of a pioneer family of this section, she Is tlie"great great niece of the late Rev. T. J. Blythe for whom (his city was named. Mr. Wiscncr flnlslifcu school In Warren. He is now employed by the Ltnvl gasoline corporation at Baton Hongc. Abbbtl-Nich<Slson Kites Solemnized Annoiinccmelit has been iua'dc of (lie marimge of Mrs. Clyde Bishop Nicholson and Geoige Abbott winch was solemnized last nighl in Carulh'ersville. . The Rev W L.* Meyers, .pastor 6fi the Caiulhersvllle Afctliodbt' chinch, lead the service nt Jus home. Mtss Hoience Alley and Robert Calrk were the couple's - only attendants. Mrs. Abbott, who is • well known here where' she has long resided, has been connected with several business firms and is at present with the Langsioii-Wroten Motor Company " Mr Abbott, is engaged in farming with his brothers, C. M v and GairetL Abbott, east of Blylhevillc, where he and Mrs. AbboU will make their home. * * * To Have Bridge Luncheon' Saturday Another ol tnu large social affairs being glvc-.i during Hie Spring season will' be a bridge luncheon Saturday when Mrs. c. 0. Lfthg- Bton, Mrs. J. w. Parker and Mrs C. .Modingcr will cnteHain at Hotel • Noble. Sixty-four guests will atter.d the parly which will begin al one O'clock. * t • t'lub Knlerlaihcil At .Somcrvillc, Tcmi. . Members of the Wednesday Bridge club and Mrs. Eddie Cummins were guests of Mrs. Baker L Wilson for a party at her recently completed home in somerville, Term., wiicfe she and her family moved a year ago. the • group was entertained for luncheon and bridge. Daisies were used for the centerpiece of the dining table, while oilier uomniets of irises; tulips ar.d mixed flowers were arranged about the house. Mrs. Cummins received the hbh score prize and Mrs. W. J. Pollard second'high prize, in the bridro games. * * * Club Has Guest Members ol the Tuesday Con- liact club and a guest. Mrs. James V. Gates, were cnttitainert Tuesday Hftcrnaon at the home of Mrs 'J C. Ellis 'The hostess' ;-tw sun ixirch was . $ ihade colorful by bouquets of Irises mock' cniiise, and pink locust.'; A dessert course was served alter the games. Mrs. John G. Mcllaney was high and Mrs W. W. Shaver, second hl-h scorer. * * • is Hostess to dab Mrs. William Young was hostess to members of the ADC Bridge club and four guests for a parly yesterday afternoon at !icr homo Mrs. S. b. Shblton, Mrs. Harold CCPP 1940 uv «t* StRVlCE. t«. T. M, ftEC. LJ. S, TAT. Orf Baehelors i>lan 1'itnlc and Dane* Plans for a picnic ai-.d dance to lie given within the next two weeks , were discussed at a meeting O f the I achelws club Tuesday night in (lie Colonial Room O f the Hotel NoWe. Member* of the committee In charge of arrnnyriticnts for ti, 0 affair tire Hodgson ModiiKer, J?av liock and Tolcr niichnnmi Seventeen members heard'the report on the last dance sponsored )>' the_srou]> ard made plum [ 0 have either n homccomin« dance in June or to sponsor a boat dance on the Mississippi river, I'l.iys Cards With f.'luli • Airs. Jim J. Pickrcn played cards "Gcc, 1 don't know «'''«l o'. Didn't any dlrccl Irjns conic Nmm, Mrs. B. P, lirogdon, Jr., and Miss Virginia Nunn plnyccl cards with (lie members. Miss Mniy Vlrgiiiii! Cutler was liieh and Mrs. Joint Thomas Scnnlon, .second Jilgh .scorer among the dub members, Miss Niimi received the guest iirlzc. Refresli- mcnts were served after the games, * « * Entertains Club When Mrs. W. D. Chamblin cr- lertalnetl mcinbci's of the Tuesday Bridge club with ,'i party at her libiiie Tuesday afternoon, she also had four otiitr guests, : .They were 'Mrs. James II. Bell, Mrs. w. A. Affllfk, Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs. O. W. McCtttclitn. Valley lilies were used on the small tables at which lunch was served. Throughout Die home, the hostess, had arranged bpuijucls of rose buds, irises and other sprin" Mowers. Mrs. Atflick wns liiyh and Mrs J. Nick Thomas, second high scorer iii the games. > \i •-,'•• f ' . '. ,. ;'lv • ': Has dull Party Spring flowers decorated the ipntc of Mrs. L. G. Wash Tuesday iftei'iiooii when she had the Citv Contract club parly. Besides liie members, guests al Ihc party were Mrs. Pred v RiiUi- erford, Mrs. J. M. Williams, Airs Ney Hunt aral Mrs. jpssc M While. Retveshnicnls were sorvjxl at Die .ichiJiloii of the games in which Mrs. Rutherford was high and Mrs Jcsxec Still, second high scorer. * * * liislall Officers New officers of (lie Junior-Senior Parent. Teacher association were installed yesterday afternoon at a meeting nt the group at the hlcli school auditorium. Mrs. Byron Morse, first vice president, conducted tlic installation tor Mrs. W. C. Higglnson, treasurer Mrs. Ross Stevens, secretary and Mrs. R. E. Blnylock, vice president Miss Eflie l,cc Terrell, second vice president, presided In the absence ot Mrs. Harry W Ilalnes, who retains her U.'llce of president for another year. Selections by Ihc islrls' glee club, the mixed ensemble and the girls' ensemble' of the high school glr; club were presented under tlic direction of Miss Nnnnlc Clarke Smith. Play suits and housecoats made by seventh grade students and dresses'made by eighth grade slu- tlenls were modeled by the girls. Miss Monta Hughes wns In charge ol tills section of the program. » * • Is Guest cif Chili Mrs. Marvin Nunn was a guest of Mrs. Fred V. Rutlicrlord yesterday afternoon when .she iiad a party for members of the "'own aiid Country club-at her home. For floral decorations, the hostess used peonies, roses, painted daisies and bnhy bienth. Refreshments followed tlic bridge games In which Mrs, p. w. Mc- CUtclieii was iiifii' and Mrs. J. c. ' Ellis,'-ifccoirtl high scorer. . * * -• *" Arierniioh.Chib Mrt-ts Spring flowers were ill-ranged 'about Ihe home ot Mrs. Meyer Orabbr Tuesday afternoon when she cnlcrialucd members of the Tuesday Afternoon club and two guests, Mrs. Edgar Bornm and Mrs. John P. Lenti, witli a party. Mrs, Boi'iun was hisjh iu id Mrs. Don Smith, sccoiid high scorer, in Ihc games.. The hostess served a .NERVOUS SS» GIRLS ThmisandsnnrtLyrilnE.PInkiram's vegetable Comiiound simply marvelous to help relieve, moiithly <ih- i^t™"] 1 "Vv cilk ' nervous spoils n','.?,.,'.? .-'"™"° ml disorders. Let Appropriate Gifts for DANCING EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Hoom . Nohtc ,J. T. SUdbttry ' Mr. & Bi s.. Stilt Kx press Your Sentiment With Somcthiiiff She'll ! jt )ue and Keep In Ihis busy world we somclimrs fnreol li • Pat O'Bryant Jeweler Comet Main and Heumil vvilh members of Die Tuesday club Tuesday afternoon wlieti they were cr.fei'tiilncd at the home of MI- S Illley B. Jones, The hostess served a salad j>jalc after tlic games iu which Mrs Jrsse Taylor was high ami Mrs Uoyd fitiekmon, sc:owl high scorer. Study. Southern Novelists. A study of the Southern novel- ifls was conducted at the mcet- )>!(,' of Ihc Delphian Fine Arts) Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. and Mrs. i,. o. N R sh will go to Wcsl Point, Miss., Friday to spend tlic weekend with Mr. Wash's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tyler Nash. They plan to return Sunday. 'i'HURSDAY, MAY 9, vllle. They were accompanied by Miss Heitlm Forbes and Hcrrn 1 Northcutl, of Little Rook. , AJIss Mnry Spain tfsrey, who attends Miss Wylle's,.Business school In Memphis, ivill spend the week end here with lirr'mother, Mrs.I M. O. Usrey. I Mrs. J. j. Moore hn.s been ad-j nilttcrt to Memphis Baptist hospital for treatment, Mr. anil Mis. Glare Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Ben L-nkln, both of Hot Springs, will leave today utter be made by the l?cv. Hoyi Jmii- pn, pastor of Manila church. There will lie n missionary board and Wcman's Missionary Union meeting at -2:15 o'clock, and mls- Eionnry reports al three o'clock will conclude (he meeting, Mr, and Mrs, H. II. Barnaul and MJII, N. H. Harham, of Little flock, came yesterday for a visit with another son, liussell Barnaul, and family. They will spend the remainder of (lie week. J. H. Smart Jr. was removed to Nashville, Teiin., yesterday in ar- ambulance, where he will imtlergo treatmcnl at the Research hospital of yandcibilt University. Mr.s. Smart niid his sister, Mrs. Eiijane Dickinson, accompanied him. The condition of Mr. Smart, who been seriously ill lor some time, is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. G 1 . Modinuer spent Tuesday in Memphis where they attended the funeral of Or. Kecd of Tin-roll, Mrs. Virgil Greene went lo Memphis today to he Mill her sister. Mi-s. Earl Quinn, of. Osceola, who ill in the Baptist hospital. She. was accompanied by another sister, Mrs. Finlcy Uiu-lwrlelu, of Oscc- 'a. Mrs. j. c. Cheek of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. W. G. Kclblcr of Enid, Okla., wllh group Tuesday morning al the Hotel Noble. Mrs. G. G. Cnudlll discussed MiU'Balct Mitchell and T. s. Slijb- llng, and Mrs, O. W. Mcrjulchen reviewed the life of H. H. kroll. Plans were made for continuing tlic study course another year. The next meeting will be a luncheon, at the Hotel Noble, Tuesday, May 2), at ;z o'clock. cahib yesterday for a vsit Iheii- sister. Mrs. VV. P. At The Hospitals Klyflicvillc Hospital Fred Green,'Ifayti, admitted. Cierakllne Powell, city, admitted. C. L. Linlzcnlch, city, acliiiittcrt. Ervln lij-asfielrl, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Prances Blaylock, city, admitted. Harry Sales, Bragg City, dismissed. Raymond Shearcn, city, dismissed. Gobble Lucius. Stiielc, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. J. F. Nebhut, city admitted. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Nowlen Hnynes, Reiser, a son. Memphis MclJiodisl Hospital J. B. Holly, Jr., Holtniitl. admitted. Read Cciirlcr News want ucls. Brewer, ami Dr. nieiver. Tliey plan to be here for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Kulherfonl spent Monday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Ho'jcrt McArdte, of Houston, Tex., stopped here for a visit with Mrs. McArdle's sister, Mrs. C. Motllngcr, ami family Sunday night, ;i n<l Monday. They were en route lo Chicago. On the return trip, tliey will stop here for a longer visit. Harry W. Haines ami son, Harry, Jr., will leave this afternoon for Lincoln, Friend and Grand Island, Neb., where ilicy ivill spend the week end. They will visit Mr. Haines' mother, Mrs. Minnie Haines. in Grand Island, and in Friend, they will join Mrs. Haines, si'ho has been visiting her mother, Mrs. A. F. Gallup. D. A. Lynch and John W. Meyer leliirned last night from St. Louis where they attended lo business for two days. Dr. Edna Nlcs will leave Ibis [ afternoon for Sliclbyvillc, Mo., to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Phillibcr. Harvey Morris is alcnding business in .lonesboro today. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pickren have returned from a brief trip through Kentucky having gone especially" for tlic Kentucky Derby at Louis- having been the guests of Mrs. Clark's brother, Jessee Still, and Mrs. Slitt since Tuesday. Miss Mary • Ncjam of Jackson, Miss., is spending three ivecks here as the guest of Miss Neilie Johns. Miss Eva Mooic, of llayti. Mo., lias returned liome after spending two days here willi Ur. and Mr.s. L. H. Moore and family. Miss Ruth Llndsey went to Corinth. Miss., yesterday to visit her uncle, Henry Llndsey, and Mrs.) Llndscy, until Sunday. She was mclored lo Memphis by Her mother, Mi's. Arch Lindsey. Mr.s. L. G. Thompson' and Mr.s. R. A. Copeland, who spdht the day there. Mrs. j. p. Ncbhul, who has l)c'en ill for some time, was removed yesterday to Memphis Baptist hospital. Her Htmi-litcr, Miss Willie Nebliut, and son, Jaines Ncbhul, are with her. Although her general condition is no worse, she had developed an eye ailment and was tnkcn there for examination. MUnlgfil Man-Made Midnight, Is only a man-made definition, used In our time schedule. At the earth's poles, local ideas of lime do not apply. There can be no midnight there as we know It In the temperate and tropic regions. Maricopa.'Ark., derives Us name from the Mavicopa Indians, ft' branch of the Yimia liibc •- EXPERT BEADTV H'OKK CALL 106 ArtoJ ^, lt Margaret's Beauty §hop Takes yaars off your ai>ii«2ra[ice —adds years to jour ]n e VAI'OR BATHS Swedish MasJage Sail Glow and Showei Mrs. Ruth Liwhon Mother's Day Flowers Nc.\t Siiinlay Is Miithi'r's Day—a day for love ami .sciitimriil (Civing; a day niailc national by t'lorWs in which to honor your Mother, Hying or dfcul, hy wearing or giving her flowers. Hfalon's Home of Flowers have prepared fnr this Mother's Day (Irat you may j;ivc her Kosfs, Carnations, Giadioias, Made-Up lin.ves of Assorted Plants, ;i Iwauliful polled Fuchsia or IIy<lraiige:i, a corsage of Gardfiiias, Koscs, Swcelpdu or Canialions. Itciiic'itibi'r (lie ilioflifr who has gone uu l>y iilaliiH; <-ul flowm on her grave or h blooiiiiiif jjlani. Kcniemlic'i- Mother With Flowers From HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS 200 E. s AVI;. PHONE 195 Announce Program For Baptist Workers Council Program for the Baptist Workers Council and mission tioiircl meeting to be held at Nodena, six miles cast of Wilson, Friday was announced lodny. Registration begins at il:45 o'clock lo be followed at 10:15 o'clock with a Sunday school report by the Rev. Guy McGhcc, pastor of the Armorel church. At 10:30 o'clock. Ihe Rev. H. h. Tinman, paslor of the Osceola church, will give a report 'on Ouachita Baptist college at Arkadclphia. 'flic IJev. Alfred Carpenter, pas- ter of the Baptist church, will speak at 11 o'clock on "A Christian mid His Money." At the session preceding luiicli. the Rev. Ualpli Douglas, pastor of the tux- ora church, will deliver Hie sermon. A song fesl led by Winifred Morcland of the New Liberty church, will open the afternoon session at 1:30 o'clock. A report til Hie Baptist Trainiiijf Union will to THIS SUMMER ...WITH NEW *-Thecc's j light inJ airy clurm to our new.selection Of \taliiy WHITE shoes. 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