The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 22, 1939
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Luxora Society — Personal 22, 1939 Mrs. 'j. i. Mlfflln and Mrs. Lillian jYcca.r cfcmpKiiicntcd i\wi# £ister-fn-law,, Mrs. Will Mtfflin of San Bernardino, CaW., 1 with a fcur table supjier bridge party Friday nlglil In the Mlfflln home on college street. The sixteen guests snl at small tables, placed In the large front living room, each- centered with vases of pastel shaded sweet peas for the supper mid la(«r the bridge Barnes. ' • "' Guest, 1 : fir the evening were Mrs. I?. C. Laiigston. Mrs. Elliott Williams, Mrs El(zs\bet|x Si.Hinan, Mrs. Sain Bcwen, M.^. May Bowen Thompson, Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. S. J.'' Smith, Mrs. 'Charlie Mifflin] Mrs. R. J. Gllllsple, Mrs.' Sue Bro'Wfh,' Miss Florence Rush, Mrs Grovcr Driver. Mrs. c. B. Wood Mrs. Russell Bowen, and Mrs. Havs Cowan .of Memphis. 'Mrs! Sain Bowcii held high honors, low score went to Mrs. Jesse Brown, aiifi Mrs. Elizabeth Slliman cut prize. Mrs. Mifflln, liondrce' was presented a gift.' " - ' ' • ^ * '* 1'lay Afternoon Bridge Mrs. Charlie Thomas was hostess lo two. lables of bridge guests in her home Tuesday afternoon. Each euesl was- presented n gardenia grown in the flower garden of Mrs. a. w. Thomas, and (he varied colored garden 'flowers used through cut the house made a very attractive setting;' for the party. Mrs. Edward seagraves held high honor's, M,rs. R.. \v. Butler, low, i\nd Mrs. c. E. Crabtrce of Avon Park, Fla., and Mrs. Hays Goivan - of Memphis were'given linen handkerchiefs. - " •'; A salad plate was served. - t ' * * Luxpra IJterary Bpok Club : Mrs. Louis Qeonjc of Osccola wn.s hbsless to (he members of her Luxora Literary Bojk club in their •meeting Thursday n'fte'rnboii. " ;The' program consisted of a. review of llie life of Paul Lawrence fJunba.r, negro poet of Dayton, o'., and the reading of three of his poems, "The Tn'minj of the Babies in the Bed'-', "A" Coquette Conquered" and "Lifc",iby Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Mrs. Gecrge had arranged an unique contest of famous men, illustrated with pictures, resulting with Mrs. Hilton stcplicnson making Ihe highest score. After the program, business, and contest, Mrs. George served apple ' pic-a la mode. * • * < Luncheon' for." • , '^California j'isilor *7", Mrs^S'iV 1 ! 0 HWmn -vvas hostess -i-j-to sixteen Juests Mbhduy/at a most. : latlrsicUvply. arranged "and served two cbiirse luncheon in special coin- •pliment to her sister-in-law; Mrs. Will Milflin, of San Bernardino Calif. • . . :' : Mrs. Elmo Campbell of St. Louis, and Mrs. Hays Cowan of Memphis . were out of town guests. Mrs. May Boweri Thompson received a bcvcragp set with tray for . high score honors, Mrs. Sam B.OAvqn, hose for second honors, Mrs. Elizabeth'siliman. cut,, spsrl handkerchiefs, and' "Mrs.' Mi film ;was given .ponder'. ' '" ' H . Mrs. L. N. Judson, sister of Mrs. Jesse Brown, and granddaughter, Man-zee, of Memphis, returned home -Monday alter a week's risit witty - Mrs. Brq>vn and famjjy. Mrs. Stella Volmer and Miss JJosa Ixju Cooke Cf Memphis, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and M. C. Cooke Jr. of 'Blylhevllle, children of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Oooke Sr., spent Sunday, Fathers Day,'with them. All of Ihe children including Miss Eva Ccoke, Ihe 'grandchildren, Ann Yolmer of. *t«n|>iits, Donna and W J. Wundei-llcli Jr.,'of Blytlie- ville, and Mis. M. C. Cooke Jr. aim W. J. Wunderlich were present'lor the day's observance.' Uiniw" Rnd Ami remained for a \yeqk's .visit. Mrs. j. M. Landrum was called to Clarksdale, Miss., Sunday on ac. count of the death of her grandson. The child's' mother, Mr 5 Ma?, Hanson *as a pallwil In the Baptist hospital when he was sineKcn ami died from (m atlack' of acute npiwndlcltls. Mr, and Airs. LOUIS fipaim had their Ealhcrs Day guests their daughter, Mrs. Bliss vaiiccy, i»r ii'iicey and daugiuer, Mary. Bliss of Hughes, Ark. ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Campbell Of bt, Louis, left Tuesday morning ' ' ;4-H Club News •Notes /-c, . .v " v ' v ->° vlsl » »«'> Mrs. Campbell's sisters, ,>ii s . 11. "i,l Spaiui and Miss Worwicc Rush luey were accoiiip.i,ii v< , uy ,„ '. daughter, Loin-cite, who retimliicd for several weeks ylsll 1V H|i liei- aimU, i MISS Bss Eleanor Thweatl, of ClmttaiKogii, Twin., Is speiidlug ti week's vacation with her parenls »tr. aiui Mrs. Vyilliaiu Thweatl. Miss Frances Plemiiiiiig pt 'Klcni- Plns, with her sisters, Miss 'Maggie faue, and Mrs. Malcolm Umdcrdaie, mid Mr. Uiuderdale, pf nock Sprmss, Tex., .\verp at home for t'A\\\ffs Day with Ihelr'parents, ihe Hev. mid Mrs. L. p.. Hein- 'Ihb Rev. and Mis. R. E. L. Bear«en were accompanied' home by Mrs. -Bearden's brother, Oscar Nelson, cf Uussellvlile, Ark!, 'lor a visit. The Rev. and Mrs. Bearden have been attending a school for Melhodisl pastors held at Conway Ark. Mrs. B. T. Ballew. who Is attending school at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, spent Sunday at home. Misses Ruth and Helci> Corkran of-Port Smith, Ark.," are spending the summer here with Iheir uncle and aunt, Mr. and' Mrs. Charlie Corkran. Miss Ruth has just recently graduated from >tho Fort Smith high school and plans to enter a Little Rock hospital this tall for a nurse's course. The friends of Mrs. Martha P^son, who is attending schorl at State College, Joncsboro, regret' to hear of her injuries sustained in a fall last M-cnday when she became 111. She suffered a broken jaw bcne, loss of several teeth," laceration sand bruises. She -was showing some improvement over the weekend. Numbered among this week's Memphis visitors are Mr.'and Mrs. S. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. R. W.'B'utler, Miss Catherine D'ayis, and Mrs a. H. Davis. ' "' Luxora B?y Ejilists In U. S. Naval Service •)imc» Hernnn .Vincent sojt ol Marcus Leon Vincent of near Lu\ ora enlisted In the United blntes Natj it little Rock TuesJaj as an Apprentice feeaimn and HIS trans (erred to the Naxil rralmng St tion Norfolk Va for tiaimug HEIT" KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY The 4-H CIMmel iU i|ic homo of Mr. and Mi-s, Mitchell rit Half M.-oir Tuesday evening. A short business session was held presided ever by the president-,'Virgil Sha- ncyfelt. After tliUs, Miss Colcinun, county home demonstration agent, gave a demonsli^tipn on Judsins cannc<l fruits and vegetables. She judged Jars of beans mvcl cue of carr.c(s. • . - - - . ; Mr. Lnnlrlp hud each boy In (lie pig club lo report on his pigs. There was a committee appointed lo-. inakc plans and arriuiscmciU.s for nn all day picnic. This com- millcc was <wm]>os<xl cf Rfnggie Decker, "Virginia Emery, Louis Walker. 'Ilicy \vlll work witii thn prcsldeni, virgll Sluineyfelt, and the spoiisor. it was decided lhatj frtday before sclioo.l starts will be a good day IQ have nn all day picnic. At Ihe suggestion cf Mrs.' Khaneytelt, a committee was up- ] pointed comixiscil of Mrs. Sliniiey-1 foil, Marie Ugliifpot, Virginia Harmon, and Lnvoiine Porllcck to mnke Rrrnngemeiits and get club nwtnbers lo make cream and cakes which will be sold at the school house when there Is n public gathering there. The rest of Ihe evening svas spent in playing games. Morris Is Elected Manila High Coach J. Samuel Morris Jr.. 1 athletic rilrcctor of the ISlythcvlllc Junior High School last year, has been elected coach of the high school at Nlanlla, it as been announced >>}• W. \V. Fowler, superintendent, : Mr. Morris'resigned .at the conclusion of the school year here but announcement-or his new p;sltlon was only made tcclay. . ; He sueccccls Russell Curtis, coach at Manila for several years, who recently resigned. A graduate of Lambulh college at Jackson, Tenn., Mr. Morris \yas selected tis a c:nference end in footbiiil and was alss a basketball star. The jWoltlon in the Blyihoville school made vacant by his resluna' lion Juts not yet been niled. Boasts 99 Plunis On One Four-Fpqt Limb Wluil promises lo be one of Ihe tlnr-sl crops of plums over swn lit this srcllon will bi> i-lpc nl' the '•ike Alley place In Hboiit ten days The orchard of 18 plmn trees, six veiu-s old, Is located-- on North l''i-iiuklhi street at (he Alley residence, The limbs are loaded, 0110 limb ibout four feet loiin luivlng 03 fireen plums on it. unst year, Mr Alley sold $125 worth of plums In iKldllion to (hose Mrs. Alley used, nnd he believes Mint this year'*. :roj> will bo iiboiit as plcnllful although the excessive nihis are said Lo have dniimgcd some of the fruit here. The Piiliicc of KueliiceiinB, nt Wembley, England, Is the lurjjcsl concrete structure In Ilic world JJ1>YTHKV{LLE,/(A1{K.) 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