The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1942 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 30, 1942
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I DUB BLYTHEVUXE, (AKR); COURIER NEWS . f RURSDAY,. APRIL 30, 1942 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs- Triple Table Club. Boss, 'Hughes baying Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract. Club meeting with Mrs/b. W. McCiitchen. Mrs.- J. J. Cookston entertaining •niursday: Bridge Club, Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Club Bridge Catholic Young People's meeting & o'clock at Catholic, Hall. Executive. Board, Woman's sionary XJnion First Baptist Church, having ' 1 'o'clock luncheon at home of Mrs. O. Ml Morgan, : Elmwood Cemetery Association having -luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. Qtto Bradberry. Miss Patty June Davis entertaining; Cee-Que Club. Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining. C. B. C. Club. Ladies' B v ibjie Class, First Methodist Church, meeting-, with Wyatt Henley, 7-30 o'clock, SATURDAY'S -EVENTS Mrs. Mrs. B. L. HouckV of Luxora and Miss Letitia Neal; entertaining American -Association of University Women, 2:30 o'clock, at home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. of the games. "Mrs. Virginia Little was hign, Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, .second high and Mrs/Edgar Borum, mother of the bride, received cut prze for having the tally with the names, "Mary and Spencer" on it. All received hosiery. The bride-elect was gjven crystal in her pattern. * * v MRS. WHITEHEAD PLAYS WITH ADC BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. William R. Whitehcad played cards with member sof the ADC Bridge Club yesterday afternobn when they were entertained at tlje home of Mrs. Charles Langston. A dessert course was served after the games. High score prize went 'to Mrs. H. T. Schnee and second high to Mrs. Otto Scrape. * * * ARE GUESTS FOR BRIDGE CLUB PARTY Mrs. Carl Vickery and Mrs. W. W. Humphries \v ; sre ' guests of Mrs. John C.- McHaney yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the'Tuesday Contract Club for a party at her home. Mrs. W. W. Shaver was high and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, second high among the club members. Guest musical .number in which Mrs. J. A. Saliba, Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs. Walter Lewis and Mrs. B. B. Wilson represented old fashioned girls as Mrs. Berrynjan played and sang, "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad.' During the social hour, Mrs. Walter Lewis and' Mrs. L. M. Moody, hostesses, served ice cream and cake. • • • HA.VE SHOWER FOR ROBERT ANDERSONS Mr. and Mrs. Fay Austin entertained with a shower last night at their home for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson, who were recently married. Mrs. Austin is the former Miss Fannie Cravashier. The 40, guests played games and heard quartet singing. Sandwiches and tea were served. * * » DAUGHTER BORN TO FRANK, GREEKS A daughter was born Tuesday night at Walls Hospital to -Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Greer.,The baby, who weighed six pounds and seven ounces, has been named, Sel.wyn Blythe Greer. Mrs. Greer is the Sng its service to the nation's girls, who want training to serve heir country and' opportunity to use it. It is the theory of- national Girl' Scout leaders that keeping children safe during war time is not enough. They must, be taught the methods of democracy so that they will be able to carry on the American tradition when the war is won. In the Scout training courses, adults are instructed to the democratic basis on which scouting is organized and told the methods by which Girl. Scout jobs can be adapted to suit immediate defense needs. prize went to. Mrs. Vickery. Refresh- former Miss Audley Blythe. meats were = served following the . Compliment Miss Bqrum ^ * Bridal! parties 'for: Miss . Mary Elizabeth Borum, bride-elect of Spacer Alexander,., began y ester'"' day when tw.o, Affairs were •' given ia her honor. "Mrs:' G.- E. ; Keck and Wfcs. Henry Humphreys com-. 1 plimented her with a; dessert bridge and miscellaneous shower in the afternoon and Mrs. Meyer Graber 1 and Mrs. V. a'/MJiler with a \ }i bridge party last night. '' The white color motif was carried 1 out in the^ afternoon affair at the Keck home. Urns o£ orange blos- — soms on pedestals at either end of the room were" supplemented by a crystal vase of white irises on the coffee; table and* other bouquets o£ orange blossoms "in the hallway and diriiiig room.' "" On the tables arranged for the dessert course were centerpieces of valley lilies. Bridal slipper molds of ice cream were served with. cakes and nuts: Tallies were white weddings bells. 'Mrs. F. B. Joyner, who had high score, was presented a tray; Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis, .second high -.'scorer, received a 1 'crystal vase, and the hostesses' gift to the guest of honor was china. Miss Maurine Branson, bride-elect of Walter 'Heard of Malvern, was given in- silver salts and peppers. Mrs. Earl Koontz. of Fultou, Mo.< •was the only out of town guesl) 1 among the 24 entertained. Last night, Mrs. Graber and Mrs. Miller had 20 guests for their party •at the Graber home. Decorations centered about a miniature veiled bride flanked, by red rosebuds, in. crystal vases which, was arranged, above the "mirrored fireplace. ' Roses from the hostesses' gardens and columbine were used in ithe living room. A chicken salad plate- with- iced tea was served at the conclusion games. .•*,+ * •• • PATRIOTIC THEME USED IN r CLUli PARTY A patriotic theme was carried out in the decorations for the Delta Contract Club party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Russell Fan- at her home. Mrs. George D. Pollock and Mrs. Max B. Reid were guests. Score pads and tallies represented Uncle Sam's hat. Throughput the home were arranged bouquets of irises, weigelia and mock oraug£. Refreshments were served after the Bite of News Meetly Personal Girl Scout Officials Two-Day Training For Girls, Adults In an effort to reach' a largei number of people than ever before and to acquaint Girl Scouts and adults with the defense* program of Girl Scouts, the Dixie Region this year is offering national training for adults through, sectional courses. One of these courses is scheduled to begin here -tprrjprrow. Miss Mary sther Brooks, re| gional director, and Miss Margareth Ch.esm.ore, field adviser, of Memphis, will be the instructors. The course is open not only to adults already in Girl Scouting but also to any, women in the community who wish to have training in group leadership. The two day course, from : 10 until 4; o^clock, both tomorrow and Saturday, will be held"''at the Little House at Walker Park. Each person taking the course should bring a - notebook, pencil, • small sharp jack knife and "nose bag" lunch to class and should wear sport clothes suitable for. camping, low heeled shoes, and a .sweater or coat. This effort to interest adults in Giri Scouting represents the fight To Plan Poppy Sale •Plans for the poppy sale will be made tomorrow night at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at 7:30. o'clock at the Legion Hut The sale, an annual project o the Auxiliary, will be conducted next week. Definite plans will be announced 'later. At The Hospital* Wall Hospital Mrs. Jack Saiiba, city, admitted. Louise McGowan of Pascola, Mo., admitted. •• Mrs. C. H. Mason, Tyler, Mo.j dismissed. Mrs. Erwin Jones, city, dismissed, Biytheville Hupitui Mrs. Jhon Wilson, Luxora, admitted. Mrs. Prank Peters, city, dismissed. Kenneth Frame. Steele, dismissed; W. R. Ellis, m. 3, city, dismissed. Mrs. Mary Gardner Dyess, dismissed. Mrs. Ei-nest McCary Holland, mo, dismissed. Baptist Hospital Mrs. W. E. Allison/ Luxora, admitted. Methodist Hospital Mrs. Christine Jones, Osceola, admitted. •Mrs. Mbse Lilly, Caruthersville, Mo., admitted. 'Life insurance averages $23 for each, person In Italy, as compared with. an. averge- of $1000 in the United, States: MOROLIN PURE-WHITf WORLD'S LAHCtST SELLER WT REVIVAL - May 2-13 Hear - Rw. PERCY RAY Missionary of H.ome Mjssio]i Board of Southern Baptist Convention. ign Against Sin" Emmamuel Baptist Church Half Moon May 2-13 — — _ . - — —. — 7:30 p.m. Read Courier News want ads. Mrs. L. H. Moore received the club, prize and Mrs. Pollock, the guest prize. * * * MRS. CONLEY IS NEW CLUB MEMBER Mrs. J. C. Conley became a member of the . Chatterbox Club Tuesday afternoon when it was entertained at the home of Mrs, J. C. Droke. Snowballs and tulips decorated the home for ' the' party. Guests at the affair were Mrs. Vance Henderson, Mrs. Earl Wilson, Mrs. Nathan Carl,e and Mrs. Leon Oenning. Prizes went to Mrs. L. B. Walters for high, Mrs. Wilson for "club," and Mrs. Henderson for low. The icstess served a fruit salad plate. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bishop, of Flint, are visiting her parents, the Rev. and .Mrs. T: L. Lewis. They will be here for' a few days. Mrs. Ivan Gilliland and two weeks' old daughter, Betty Carol, returned Sunday from Harrison .where Betty Carol was born. Mr. Gilliland motored up for them. The Gillilands have another child, Roger, who is two. Mrs. W. L. Igleheart, of Dell, has devc-loped pneumonia afber having undergone a very serious operation two weeks ago at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. H. H. Fritzius is able to. be out after having been ill for five weeks. of Girl Scouts, Inc., to protect the children of this county and their future during war time by increas- NOW SHE SHOPS ORGANIZE RAINBOW Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star in a meeting at the Hall last night appointed a committee to work with a Masonic committee in organizing n chapter of Rainbow Girls in this city. Mrs. Walter Lewis, Mrs. Gus Eberdt, Mrs. M. T. Burr, Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. B. B. Wilson were named en the Eastern Star committee. Masons who will assist in the organization 'are' Raleigh Syl 1 vester, H. R. Aiken and Harry Brooks. Twenty one members and one guest, Airs. Lillian E. Taylor, member of Coral' Chapter No. Three of Revival Activities For Sunday Planned Plans for Sunday's program at the First; Baptist Church, where the annual Spring revival -is in progress, were announced today by the pastor-evangelist, the Rev. O. J. Chastain. ; ?. Supt Russsll Baugtrand his" corps of more " than 100 " officers and teachers, have adopted'"every member, in the Sunday School" as their theme arid se€k 'to enlist 912 for the day. Special feature enlistment programs were put into force last week with the various departments working on its respective membership. ' ' . Fred Carlock, director of the Baptist Training Union, said his •goal-has been set for 300, several above the total enrollment. . Pleased with the regular attendance at the services, the Rev. Chastain said he had' chosen "Running- From God" as his sermon // YEARS AGO, Without Painful Backache ... /Many.'mifferert'rflieve naggihg bactacho qukkly, once they discover that the real aiuae of their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature'a chief way of taking the esceas-acids, and -waste out of tho blobdvThejr help, most people pass about 3 pints a day: When disorder of .kidney function permits poisonoua matter to remain in jjout'blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains. ie» paint, loee ol gcp aad energy, gettiug up night*, swelling, puffinesa under tho eyca, headaches, and diziinew. Frequent or scanty .passages with smarting and- burning eome- tinjes shows there is something wrong with your IddneyA or bladder. . _^_Don't wait! Ask your drupgpst for Doan's Puis, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the lo.miies of kidney tubes Hugh out poison- fcu» w»*te from your blcpd. Get Doan'a Klbu Gatun, Canal Zone, were present for the stated-meeting* Following the meeting, a program oh Mother's Day was given under the leadership' of Mrs.' Russell Gremway. Mrs. Ralph Berryman sang -"That -Wonderful- Mother of Mine." Mrs. Charles Alford gave a reading^ Concluding the program was a For Original Beauty Creations .-- .-7 . Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building topic for tonight, and. would speak .on "'They Had Been With J.esus" Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The morning • services are broadcast •over KLCN. ' Prayer meeting leaders for tonight include the following: Chapel. Mrs. C. R. Robeson; Adults, Mrs. Kendall Berry; Young People, Lariel!6 Smart; Intermediates, Jack Hood; Juniors, George Ingram; Primary, Beginners 'and Cradle Roll, Mrs. Bert Lamb. Honor Graduates Named At Reiser I? * ffr i: SI _ _ Red Cross Shoes As Pictured, > White, fe White $6.95 mm S* 1 ^ ».»•.•'; i IH Bro\yn am] While, Beige and Brown, Plain or Perforated. 15.85 & S6.85 MRS. DAYS IDEAL BABY SHOES At Popular Prices! FAMILY SHOEJSTORE little boys' play suits were much too fancy for active play! Lace and embroidery trimmings made them hard to launder; tool" .. lt*» top'AT Bottom Boyf MATCHED SETS W. Miia Phone 2342 CSCEOLA. Ark M April 30.—Doil Jones is valedictorian and Sylia Cooke salutatorian of the Keiser High School with only one-fourth point difference in their grades, it was announced by C. M. Dial, superintendent of the Keiser Consolidated School. Miss Willie Lawson of Little Rock, executive secretary of the Arkansas Education Association and former superintendent of Mississippi County schools, will address the graduating class at the Keiser Auditorium Tuesday night May 5, at 8:30. The Rev. Harold Womack, pastor of Keiser Methodist Church, will j preach the baccalaureate sermon! Sunday evening May 3, at 8:30. The- class numbering 20 members includes Sylvia Cooke, Poley Franklin, Edna Earl Ferguson, Woodrow Johnson. Earlene Johnson, Doil Jones, Gatha Mae Loftin, Betty Gale McKay. Lounell Mobley, Kathleen Montgomery, Robert Nichols. Griffin Nesler, Joe Sisco. Eva Louise Sims, Calvin Stevens Jr., Edward Spence, Truma Lee Watson, Charles Wiygul, Eva Woodward and Neva Woodward, twin sisters. fi During 1940, the United States and Canada used an estimated 41.100,000 ounces of silver in arts and ndustry. There are 10 times as many Barbers and hairdressers in the United. States today as there were m 1850. 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