The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1934 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS . Mkl-Weck Bridge club metilng wllh Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. Otto Kochliizky having llie Thursday Luncheon cluii. Thursday Contract club mcelinj wilh .\frs. O. W. McCiilclien. Mrs. L. H. Moore having Thursday Bridge club. Bridge tournament : it Blythc- vilie Country club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Maple Grove Cemetery associ-i- tion meeting with Mrs. J H Smarl jr. Democratic Women's Club lias Luncheon The sum of HI will ije sent for (he Warm Springs. Oa., ciu!o«- wcnl in honor ol President Roosevelt from a licncBi luncheon sponsored by Ihe Mississippi County Democratic Women's club Tuesday :il Ihc Woman's club. There were 32 laWcs of e nests. The- towns of Osceol.i, Wilson. Manila. Loachvillc. Joiner, llr.r- field. Annorel. Huffman, finsrell. Forty and EiKhl and Blyilievlllc cooperated in the movement with Mi-s. J. W. Barter and Mrs. S. S. Sternbers a:-* general chairmen. Mrs. Jar.ics D. Clark, chairman of the Northeast Arkansas district of Democratic Women's clubs. Ims been active In crippled children's work for a number of years and Is now seivinc; as slate vice president of the Arkansas Solely for Crippled children. Mrs. T. E. Tale, of Armorel. is coimly clinirman with Mrs. W. E. Hunt, of Osceola. c'.i-chalimon. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wist is chairman here; Mrs. I,. R church Monday v.-illi 10 members Jiesont. Mrs. A. M. Church read IJOit of the Hlh chapter of S!. Luke, Two Kongf were sung by tiie members and prayer was led i;v Mrs. B. 13. LnSl.ol. A reporl was glxyii uf tlie sup,IL.-I- Thursday night in which $23.80 was cleared. Mrs .Moiris uppolnl- 10 her commltleo lor each Wed- rc.vday, visiting d.v. after which i!ic mcollii;,' was dismissed with (lie Lord's prayer. Lire I Oflicm. The 7A2 and 7A'> classes ol Junior high schoul h.ivc elected ol- flcers for Ihc hoire room. They are: U. W. Mcore, president; Jack I.itlle, vice preside-ill; Athancl \Vbiiworth, sccrel-iy and tivasiir- iv; Garrad Ca'.tdill rojajrirr; Addle Mat Wilson and James Edwin Ci:tz, chairmen; James 1'uckctt, S|-0l;sl=r. < t • !'. T. .V\ lo Mtrl Willi City Council. ! All Parcnt-Tcaciiii associations , ol the ciiy council will meet with |'.lie council nexl Tuesday afler- 'i-jon ia Uic s-jubi- hiph school, 3 o'clock. I incliuled In the piupnun will be i', vocal nnnib:i- hy the Mother's chorus of ihe Junior High P. T. A. A'l groups will tal.i- part on (he iirogrnm. * * » Til lluvr Spaghetti Supper Tl:c ultar society ol llu- 1m- Imaculate Conception chinch will have an Italian spaghetti supper ! this evening nl Ihc social hall of i the church. Supper will.be served i b:ginning ta 5:aO o'clock. Bits oj Nttts Mostly Personal Mi.i. Mrilin M. Moore, of Little Hock, is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Mcnarri for several days. Mary Jenii Afflirk. (laughUr of Nir. nnd Mr.v C. VI. Affllck, Is 111 from measles. Mrs. John I-'lnlcy jr., spent yes- Icrilay in MemphLs. Fnriisworth Black will go to Memphis tomorrow where lie lias accepted a iwsiilon. Mrs. Black nnd Betty, who will Join him later. w)ll reside at (lie Glhiiorc apart- mcnt-s for the present. Mrs. W. I.. Homer and son, Jack, an 1 expccled lo rclurn lo- dny from Whcalley. Ark., where (hey have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Rlley Ii. Jonos Is spending this week in Wilson. slon, Luxora; Mrs. Fiord Grimes. Manila; Mrs. J, w. Miller, Uas- scll; Mrs. E. E. Byrd, Lcnehville: Mrs.")V. B. Loflin, Huffman and Mrs. R. I,. Adliinson, Forlv and . Eight. • Red. while and blue streamers. : Hags mid portraits of President Rootevell decorated llie lnr«e room. The table covers were in llin Ihrce patriotic'colors wilh liny American flags for the- ccnlcrpicces. In the bridge and rook games the score pads were bound in red, white mid blue-, wllh pictures ot crinnled children and brief remarks about Ihis work, on them., Mrs. J. Meil Brooks won tile al- tcndar.cc prlve, a;id Mrs. V. o. Miller, (he (ravelin;; award. In thu bridge games Mrs. Cms Hall won first pnzc anil olhers in or- rtev won were: Mines. Grow Gisli, O. W. McCutchen, Leflanl. H. A. Taylor, J. F. Lcnli, Charles Crii!- ser jr.. J. W. Miller. James Ward. W. F. Brewer. Loy Welch, Hubert Polier. CT64 Watsoh, L. S. DYiscoe, Ii. M. McCull. Roland wolfort and Perkins. In. Ihc rook Kitmes Mrs. M. G. Goodwin won first prize, and others who won in order named were: Mines. W. T. Obcrsl. George- W. Barham. Howard Proc- lor and C. J. Llllle. During the ss.vi.ig of a iwo- tpursc luncheon Mrs. Paul L. Tiplou sang. M'ss I.cone c.illi- cott played tiic prano and. Mvs. Kives Allen playit". violin num- lers. Luncheon was served al 12 '.or a number of men and women ai.d Ihe Indict whj played ctirds were served at one c'clock. Cliritt Ambassadors Hive Sen-ice, The Christ Ainli.<oO<!ors of Iho .\ssembly of God [-torch met Sun • day evening with « present. The ones wilo held service al Ihe. jail Sunday afternoon reported one ccr'.tr!. Miss Ollie Eiirns p'id MLss Woolsey visiad Uic lirsi-ital Waduc,- day aflcrr.oon. A >,-)gra'n o f Bible tiwslions and a ;crmoiK>H« by Sister on.t Ei.rns was enjoyed The class closed with t!i.- ^ipg- . ( ^S of llie Christ Ambassador iong fnd dismissins; nraycr by !.{'• ki Pauline DavLv All young rx-ople are inviu-a t: (Ms .scivice .,i-.i-:ii j s ) lC |r' cat I .Sunday evciii.i'; at 0:30 !'. M. I«r«vc Arl 1'rn^rai-i The .seventh grr-'e art ch'j o] junior high K } w , : g;1vr , tlln fo] . loving promji-.i yncv^-iy 'Children of the Sea" -I-roaLs'. 'Dorothy Hyde; "Priiicc.ss Ma-qaritn T!:s-- csea"—Velasqiici!. Eoi'mii- .Icim SJkcllon.; "Baby Sti:.i:i"—Van Uvke h'loise Blythe; "Kum and Child-Hals, Wanda Smill,: ' Thv Calmady Children"—Lawrcnf;. Bitlip Pajnc "Matlotma ot the C'.iair 11 —Rapha,-; .Mary Jane Hognn; "Children r.f the Shell"-Mvrlll". Marjorio Garner; "Holy NiBtir-Corrci'so. Mar- :cnc McBrir-r; • Fecdins Hi. Birds"—Millet. Matic'Mnyo. W. M. S. Meets. The .Women's M:;ti<M»iy society rf Ihc Lake fin-el Mc'.hoilist .church held a r-.tetiiii' al' llic •Colds That tlanij"0n Uon't !cl them pci » Mrang;e hold. Fight germ.'; quickly'." Crco- mulsion combines 7 major l-.cln- in one. Powerful but rsarmlc* Pl,- ; s- r.nt to lake. No narcotics. Your tv.n druggist is arlhorized lo re-! Innd your money r,n OH- w j[ i-cur cough or cold Is not iclieun by Crcomulsion. —Adv The meeting of Ihe Ladies' Dible class of the First MelhodLsl clmrcli, scheduled for Fi-iday evening, has been postponed. + * * lla;: Club Mrs. Hunter C. Sims cntci-taincd the Tuesday Contract club Ihis v.etk. Madreia ]iillow cases went lo Airs. M. A. Isaacs for Ihc high icore award. The hostess served a .salad plate. llinsn Party Planned The allar society of the church o; the linmaculalc Conception will have :i bingo pally Thursday cvc- nlui; al the social hall. Enirrlain Cluh Members, Husbands Mr. mid Mis. Doyle Ileiidcrson cntcrlaincd Ihc Young Malrons Bridge club members and llicir husbands wllli a chop suey supper li. % st evening. In Ihc (irldsc yiuiies which .followed Mrs. nuker '\vilson won a pillow fur ladies' prize and the men's award, handkerchiefs, went lo Lloyd Stickmon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson were guests. Sam Giime.s. 01 'Iroy, Tenn., is >ifitini; licit- whl'g .\?rs. Griiiies is vislliny In Topjkii. Kansas. lial)ih Hall, of rarina, Mo., has ninved here to make his home wllh Mr. and Mr.s Kay Hall. ' Luxora Society — Personal ion, Fred Muck, \UtO have recent- y relumed from tjie Blythevii-> homiui. «e gettlny along „!«: al present. '»ceiy Miss Elizabeth fjpann hw hee'i appointed builnees cewwTenum •;rptor In Oece^'a end Luxorrsh^ i.««d* MW. LOU!*. H£££ ffi! Henry who reslgnt-d to accept a ixjsltlon .In Hl ? h!ouer iichocJ the ? ^" Aaeof « «• h«Si to c V. W. A. , ;ro up Monday even- Wilson Society — Personal The Baptist Missionary et at the home of Mrl Roach Monday afternoon 'The Proper Thing" "Should one apolojlzc for slay- Ing longer than one Intended when calling?" No. Remarks such as "J must be. going," or "I really didn't menu to May so long," and the like arc frequently possible, of inlslnteri>rc- tlitlon. Do not talk about [caving nnd then remain because your hostess says "Oh, don't go." Above alt do not linger talking after you have rlhcn to leave. Go promptly, and if you have some last mliuile thoughts, save them for another (lay. It is bad form to keep your hostess standing while you delay your leave taking. "Is it proper to call on new- cciincrs in the neighborhood?" It, is proper, and Is done except' In large cities. If the acquaintance proves not desirable, no second call need bo made. MUscs Hc.v* Eleanor Thwcall rnd Mildred Mnjois were home Irom Jonesl;uro io!lcgc for Ihe week-end. W:.y> Nrtilso Helm of Clarkcdale, Ai-k.. n school mate, accompanied lhen> MS (lie guest ot Miss Thweiilt Mi. and Mrs. Cliarles Scoll, Mr. and Mrs. Clause Locke, MU- sro Evelyn Scoti.. iMUlinc Sealon, Hubby Sco'.l iiiul TXm Rye Sealon oi Memphis were guests of relatives here .Siindin Mr. and .Mis. Ueau McClurkln, of blytheville, wen? Ihe guesU oi Mr. ami Mrs. c. P. Powell Sun- <'iij. Mr. and Mrs. L L. McUcarnian !|X)1H llic- wcek-ciK'. in Halls, Tcnn., llin guesls of Mr, .ind Mrs. Clyde Wanen. Anna Marvarel Wood and Edielyu Howard spent Ihe Literary club met, Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs carl Bird. Mrs. Herbert Sullivan assisted by Mrs. Hudson Wrenn' reviewed the book, "Without My ™?' n *L%l t <>-™™- «•« ;« for a program to ~- «.r kj j „,, the Cooperative club Thursday afternoon. Miss Hannah Welnberg of Wai »ut Rldjje arrived Monday for , two weeks visit with Mr. arid Mrs ; C. O. WillianiKiii. I A. W. Allen of Jackson, Miss ' has relumed to his home alter an i cxlended visit with his daughter Mrs. W. T. Beall. Wesley Apple, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Apple, ism with me«-[ i « Mr V V ' al i er Ev * lui aild daughter. Miss Dorothy, and son, Walter jr have gone to St. Louis for the remainder of ihe winter. Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Ferguson , and Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwlg i EP S f i° n ?, ay nlght at Mf"iPhls. Mrs. Curlls Freeman is 111 with ! scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peritins Mr and Mrs. w. F. Wilson, Miss Elols^ Wright, and Melvln Qresham al- Icnded Hie President's Ball at. Shawnee tost night. ! Mr. and Mrs. w. 'M Wallace' were In Memphis Monday and i T -—-' Mr. Wallace received Luxora Will Entertain County Senior B.Y.P.U. LUXORA, Ark.—The senior B. V. P. U.'s ol Mississippi county vlll mecl in Lnsora Thursday evening. Feb. I, al 8 o'clock at ')•« Baptist church, with the local ufanlzalion as host and program sponsors. All of Ihc county organizations are requested to attend. Mrs. Josie Lindsey of LeachviUe Dies Mrs. losle Lindtey. 50. wile of Ii. H, Lindscy, dicci at the family i:omc near Lcachville. She had keen 111 three ii'onths. Besides her husband she is survived by one .'.on Arwood Lindsey, i'nd one daughter. Mrs. Ivy Eard- 1 art. Funeral service. 1 - are being held ;h1s afternoon at ihe Box Elder church with tl.c Kev. H. H. Horn ttficiatlng with bi;rial al the Box Elocr cemeter;;. Funeral ariangtmenis arc in charge of the L. G Moss Undcr- uklng company. „ Read C01 "'" News Want Ads. irost sallstaclory .condition •• i\t present. Miss Catherine Tennyson ol Viindalc. Ark., wns Ihe guest of l.cr sister, Miss \vilmoth Tenny.-011. in the horns of Mis. Elliot Williams. Head Courier News want Ads. I Mrs. Fred Glaruck and little on (lie Wikon clubhouse the' Cooperative club will meet at' ihs i school audilorium Tliursdny afternoon. . Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan will occupy ihe house recently vacated by Mrs. Ajuiifi Perry, who has moved lo Annorel. BARGAINS IN NEW* USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 E. Main - Phone 15= . Avcry Plows and Light Implements AI«ys-A-Head Feeds, Highest Grade ricia and Garden Seed, Roofing, Fencing, liar- ness,' etc. OBERST STORE CO. A re YOU as expert as THINK for a minute— what if you had the house to nm, meals to plan and children to care for? Do you think you could do the job as well as your wife docs? On ^ the same amount of money? Be honest. The housewives of the nation study and know their jobs. They read the advertisements regularly. They keep themselves informed of the best offerings oi: the stores. 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