The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1938
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THURSDAY, MAY 5; 1988 BL-YTHBVILLE (AUK.) Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Sue Ui'own lind as her guests from Thursday until Sunday, her daughter, Mrs. Hays Cowan, and little Sue Cowan, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. lilmorc Campbell and daughter, I.ourclle. of St. Louts, silent the week-end with Mrs. Campbell's sisters, Mrs. Delia Sprmn olid Miss Florence Rush. Mrs. Amia Tarry spent Wednesday in Memphis in the home ol her nephew, J. C. O'Hrien, and Mrs. O'Brien. Mrs. J. T. Handle has returned Osceola Society — Personal ().R:ll]i/c Clul) Following the regular met'llnj; of the Eastern Star on Tuesday night in iheir diujiUT rooms, nt which one' new member was initialed, a 1'i.M M:< irons and 1'ast Patrons was organized with Mrs. J. B. hjijii us i»<skk'W. Other olllcers tl.usen were Mrs. Moim Moore, vl:e (jicsldtnl; -Mrs. u cargo liaiiu'.s, secretary, E. H. Smith, treasurer. Mooting dates are to be the fifUi l.wsilay !)ig)il.s of Die year. Arnimcl l;.c-]ily members of the' chapter from a visit with her parents, Dr., liuvc served us pnst worthy matrons and Mrs. McCuniibll, of liooiieville, and worthy patrons of the chap Mr, and Mrs. Gi'orge Crnddock ter. Wednesday iilght Mrs. Jc-nova and sons. Jackie and Tominie. left! Fo.vlci-. 'district "deputy uriind loc- Montlny for irinnboldt, Tcnn., 10'lurer. madu her olllclal visit no the fes- liijlfjnan chapter. Mrs. Etliol lieid, attend the annual Strawlierr tlval - 1 Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Hurry Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Wood were; .\i,:!cr. jr., and Mrs. A : . 3. Rogers SI. Louis visitors Sunday anil MOD- I ii:;compuiili!d her. : '. ' Friday nighi. Mrs. Vei : a Maxwell, . v ,.iiiw Adviwr at the Itainbott oirls Assembly, accompanied by n-' incniDei.s oi she Eastern Star chapter, cimpcroncd uroiirul livt'iny- live Rainbow Girls on a trip to J'iraaoiiJ;! lor ijiitiarv work. Sunday. May 8. Mothers Day, wits sung by Cl. Hwtslll Biuik.s, tic- compnnlcrt by Miss Unrljiirn Hanks. The program Arranged by p, E. Tonipklns Included nn address by Mrs. H. H. Jones on tlic oiijtn nnrt slgnifktiitce or Mothers Day. A special feature of the program wns I Hit' music furnished by Will S.' }J;irnl>iii, decnoo.strution iiyejil for (he eolorwl, ami Malik: Mary 'Iny- lor, ;i member of (In- faculty of Ihc eolored wlionl. A. T. Bell, .secretary, imnoiyiced the reception of two new members, J. T, C'oslon und W. K. Hunt. Out of town guests were K. ". Dudley und'J. K. Tony of IJyess Colony. •lack Hook left yesterday morning for Uule lio:k where he lias nc- ceptcd n position with (he U. S. Lii?ineois oflire. lit- >vij] he a^u- cmt«i will) John Ki'mple, manager of the oj!i::i' there, who was formerly In Ihc O.sci'tiln office. Mrs, K, A. Tenford Is !n Gulfport for a f.vo weeks visit with her tlie weckwiil wltli tliclr Mrs. J. l>nul Bnlvil und Dr. Ifcilrd In Dycvsbing, 'feun. Dr. niul Mrs. ilitinl have iwently moved Into IhPir new home 1 . Ambrose Teaford. a senior in a,'f co-.iii Military Academy. Mr. and .Mrs. Jo)ni n. Millw spent .S. J. Smith, accompanied by O. C. ftulton. attended a meeting of tinners from Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas for an inspection lour through' Hie laboratories of the United Slates Technology of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, at SioiwvillR, Mississippi. O. C. Driver of Luxora, no-.v a .second Slate College, Jonesboro, has been elected secretary of the ZtUi Tuu luiraiigcd by Mrs. Gilbert Masthi Zeta social fraternity for next land Mrs. w. D. Kelly, year. He is the present vice presi-1 to the assembly, dont of the fraternity. James Pcrmeutcr of Luxora, is also a member of this fraternity. Mrs. Hays Gowan, of Memphis, and Mrs. Clarence Crabtree, of Avon f'nrJ:, Florida, were bridge the Assembly .with their mothers will attend the Uaplisl Church In ] a body for a special Mothers Day year student in Arkunsa.s ttrvice led by the pa.stor, (lie Rev. i i , £ 1; Cu | t , fjp ec j a | , nus i c . jjj ijeing • • - - , r [, big sister wus and Kulary (;;ub Has lulhers Day 1'rograni ihc Hist ineelinjf of the Kotary »;ib for May was in keeping with , .- 'lie observance of Mothers Day guests of Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson ; c.n May 0. Because of the work bc- Saturday afternoon for a two table : ins; done in the Progressive Club party. Uoth guests were presented huims in prejraration for the B' rls - . County 'Library, the meelh Tuesday nfternoon Mrs. Sam neld at the Country Chi .ttov,'en had two tables of bridge ! Cafe recently built by Prank with Mrs. Crabtree as the only oul I just north of town on highway Cl. of town gnesl. Erich Hotarhm had been asked to Wednesday Mrs. S. J. Smith and | oi'ing his mother or someone else's Mrs. C. B. Wood had as their honor E nests al a bridge luncheon at. Die Parkview hotel, Memphis, Mrs. Crabtree, of Avon Park, Florida, niui Miss Charlotte Reynolds, of Chicago. Other guests were Mrs.' 'Rose Stehmalzrcid, Mrs. Frances Collins, Mrs. Alfred Sipe. Mrs. John Wendal. Mrs. May Schmalzreid, of Memphis, Mrs. Ben Price, of West Memphis, Mrs. C. B. Wood, jr., ot Blytheville, and Mrs. Orover Driver, Mrs. J. I. Milllin. and Mrs. R. w! .Butler, of Luxora. Hlythcville • A pink and blue color scheme I'ainl & Wallpaper L'o. _was -carriea- throughout with . thcJ mother. A vocal solo entitled Mother cenl«rpiec« bltic'"' '"luncheon liaving as Ijjlnk (carnations and ' robins, .plai; were handmade .colonial dolls, wearing pink and .blue dresses, carrying pink and 0''\l>lue parasols, holding n card witli| /each name represented by a <lraw- V Ing and pictures sugaeslive of the name. High score went to Mrs. Wood, of [ Blytheville^, second high, Mrs." Rose! Schmalzreid. traveling prize, Mrs.! H. W. Butler, and cut, Mrs. Prances Collins. Mrs. Crabtreo and Miss Reynolds were presented gifts. The senior class play "Romance in a Boarding House", will be given I ill the Luxora high school auditorium Friday night at 7:3rj, May fith, under the direction of Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Driver Grove News-. ! W. L. Bigham and family spent, Sunday with his son. Troy Bfeham,; at Half Moon. • I Miss Edith Hall, of Calumet, /spent last week end with her aunt, '•• \Mrs. C. C. Springer. . , '. Bill Skelton and family spent. .Saturday night with his mother, Mrs. Prank Skelton, of Blytheville. The missionary society met at the home of Mrs. C. L. Lucius Monday night for a quilting parly. The quilt was sold to Mrs. Esther Springer. Read Courier News Want Ads '. 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