The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1939 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, MA.Y 25, 1939 Caruthersville Society — Personal Eastern Star Honors New Members and Guests Six new members of (he Easlei Star were honored Tuesday cvo Ing when the Chapter held i regular meeting Ju the Mason Hall on Wcs', Fourth street, Abo 25 guests were present from Stec and Kemielt chapters. During ii (reductions the new members we: formally welcomed by the Wort! Matron. Followlng'the business se: sion ttiu entertaining progrnr featuring group singing and stun In which all guests participate was presented by Mrs. R. M. Plerc Refreshments of nngel food eak with whipped cream and straw berries were served by Mrs. Jat Hart and -Mrs. J. W. Tipton Sr and their committees. * « * P. E. O. Luncheon Monday Mrs. W. I-. Meyer was hostess ( I/members of the P. E. O. Chantc Monday at her home on Cnrleto avenue when the group met fo luncheon at one o'clock. A dcliciai covered dish menu with Irlec chicken as the main course wa served buiret style, Guests wci seated at small tables centered wit! small bowls of summer flowers. A brief .business session was hoi In the afternoon and the work fo the year concluded. This will b the last meeting of the group mil September. Mrs. \Vilks Has Program The Business and Professiona Women's club met at the home o Mrs. Agatha Wilks Tuesday even ing with 20 members present. Mrs Wilks had charge of the prognui which was a summary of the yean programs whose themes have be "My Business and Yours". Th membership was divided into tw ^ ^roups and a questionnaire wa jiven each member. Following th Lroup study a panel dlscussiai ras held. : ' Mrs. Rowland Hostess fo Club Mrs. Wlllnrd Russell of Hayl Mo., joined tlie Jolly Nine club a its meeting at the home of .Mrs M. R. Rowland in this city Moll (lay evening nnd Mrs. Marion Mar row and Mrs. James M. Reeves wcr guests. Miss Swan Naylor he! nigh score and Mrs. T. R. Oslwn was second, each receiving hosiery Mrs. Barrow received the sjues prize. The hostess served a variety o sandwiches with pickles, meringu shells filled v:ith vaniia ice crean and strawterries and ice<! tea fol lowing the grimes. * * * Miss Joy Neeley has acceplc the plajje-in the office of Dr. P. , ^Aquino, left vacant when Mrs! Etii Bsi nk'sfon moved' to' • Mem ph is re cently; Mr. and Mrs. Zahn Wells o Dichtstadt, Mo., were guests of he parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Loiv I several days this week. Mrs. \Vetl is the former Cleo Long. Norvelle Lone of Hayli was I business visitor in this city TUBS dav. He also visited with his par cnls, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Long. Fred Chaffin of Hayli suent : few hours here Monday nflevnooi attending to business matters. Mrs. Mori-ell DeRcign left Thursday for Arrow Rock, Mo., when she will visit with her father fo several dnys. She will also visi briefly with her son who is. a student in Westminster College a Pulton. MX. on the wav up. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tiuton Sr. and clairahter. Miss Annie Laura soent Wednesday in Tiplonville Tcnn., where Mr. Tinton attended id business matters. They returnee home that evening. Mrs. Jack Edwards nnd son Jack Bain, of Kcnnett, nre here tills week visiting with Mrs. Ed- wadre* sister. Mrs. Jimmie Tipton and family. Miss LaVenia Wilkins of Wynne Ark., arrived Wednesday mornins nn dwill visit with Mr. nnd Mrs Clyde Himrer at their home en West Sixth street. Miss Wilkins and Mr. Harper are cousins, Mrs. Eli Lockard drove to Cardwell, Mo., Tuesday for her sons. Sonnie and Don, wlio have been •visiting with relatives there since Sunday. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Missionary Society Entertained. There were 1G members present il the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society when they were entertained in the home Brooks Mouthy of Mrs. Gerald afternoon. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. O. A. Dunivsnt. Mrs. H. A. Spence gave n very Interesting report on "News Bulletin." Mrs. Raymond Brooks gave a talk, "The Spiritual Lite Group." Tlie World Outlook program was given by Mrs. J. H, Workman nnd she was assisted by Mrs. P. P. Ms- Cittchcn and also by Mrs. New-berry Johnson who sang, with Mrs. H. -S. Holley as accompanist. ( F(lans were made at this meel- tfg for the annual spring- picnic •fMilch will bo held at Walker park • next Monday afternoon when nil members and their families will attend. Mrs. Casey Edwards and children have returned from Bells, Tenu., where they had been visiting relatives, also attending the berry festival Saturday. They were accompanied, home by Mrs. "Edwards' sister and children who will visit Jierc all this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Urignnce were visitors In Troy, Teim.. l.'rl- day and Saturday and were nc- compnnied home by Mis. Bj-Jg- nncc's mother, Mrs, John n Kendall, who will visit them for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor and children, Mrs, Ralph Hushing uf Cooler and Mrs. Bownrt Smith of Slcele spent sundny at Cottonwood with their mother, Mrs, Minnie Tnylor. Miss Louise Beekhnm was a visitor in BlytlieviUc Sunday. Miss Thedo Jo Hudson 'left Saturday for. a visit In the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Cricc of Detroit, Mich. Miss Eugenia Crlce who has been visiting here the past two weeks, returned home with her. Wilburn Jones and Earl Lane were bii.'jiiK'ss visitors In Kuvrcst City, Ark,, the latter part of (lie -eek. Mis. Felix Mines and children arc visiting relatives in points of Tennessee tills week. Jo Milter of Dyersburg, Tenn., Is the guest of his grandmother. Mrs. Minnie Taylor of Cottonwood, this week. Misses Helen Ulster and Dorothy 'ichols left Tuesday for Tupelo, Miss., where they arc to play on a eagiie softttbll team. Harold Dimti of stcele spent the iHist week at Oak Ridge with Miami Mrs. Paul Sti-onj;. Mrs. Jerry Holly has returned from a visit with friends in St. Louis. BIATIIE^^I.L]E^MCMXiUn]^ N EWS Wilson Society—Personal Read Courier News want ads. Graduates Knlerlalnrd. The eighteen C i>iuluiUes of the Wilson nigh school were enter- Inlned with a luncheon given by Mrs. J. N. Jerome and Mrs, N B, Ellis ul the Wilson Tavern at one o'clock Sunday following the baccalaureate sermon nt the Wilson Baptist clnu-ch. Special guests nt the luncheon were Mrs. K p Cullom and Mrs. O, M. mil si 1 . Tlie live tables were beautifully decorated with white linen luncheon cloths and the color motif was carried out In the class colors which were centerpieces of pink roses. Pink nut baskcljs with small I'laduales with diplomas were favors for each guest. A lovely three course luncheon was served to the clr.ss and their guests. Hiilillst Women The Uapllsl Women's Missionary Union was enlerlaiwd Monday afternoon with n social by Mis Loii- ise Lynch and Mrs. Lcs Byford at Mrs. Lynch's country home. There were thirteen members present and one visitor. After the business meeting let! by Mrs. John Williams each guest was asked to quote their f.ivorltc scripture. A game was played to .see who could get the most words of Women's Missionary Society and Mrs. W. D. Wallace won first prize nnd 'Mrs. E. H. Mann second. After the gnjiio.s a delicious' dessert «mr:c wns served. * • • Newell ami Qulnttn jpromi> have arrived home from Alabama Polytechnic Institute In Auburn, Ala. George Cnlvln Reeves Jr. spent the week end wllh Charlie Hoy Lowratice at Driver. Mrs. O. W. HCIJOII nnd Mr. nnd Mi-.s. J. B. Hcrron of Memphis wore guests of Mr. am) Mrs. Hnl|>li liouinson Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, 11. Herron motored on tu Oscc-olu 10 spend the night there and Mrs. o. W. Herron returned home Monday. Mis. C. W. Ifoover jr. of New Madrid, Mo., arrived Sunday to sjwiid the week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. n, claylon. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Freeman were Memphis visitors Wcdm'silay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lester Wllsoii have returned home nfler spending their two weeks vacation with Mrs. Wilson's parents In Lulu, Miss. Mrs. Bruce Wilson entertained the members of the Alld-Wwk Bridge club mill one giicsl, Mr.s. Sunnier negcnold nt her homo (.'OOD COOKS bake HKTTKH CAKKS wilh HuMKo The ' Dainty Cooking Fat "It's Wonderful!" < Wednesday afternoon, Roses dcco- i riitcd the Hvlnn room, Mis. B. n. i Mann won hluli score into nnd Mrs. inigii Mublj.y consolation. The guesl swvrc wri'ed n lovely frown i fruit .salad nllcr the ljrlds<~ PAGE THREE """"'• G''rsl Detained On Job HKOOlaiNE. Mass, (UI')-Ev- erylhliiB was set for tho Khvants club dlinu'r In honor of William 1). I nine's (iflfu blilliilay. Olfts were mi|)ixl on tin. i,iijj,, r and moro Hum 75 Kdests , lnlVlH |. Th.'r U w.is "nly one iiii,'h: i>«ia<.., u stationer, fulled in tipimir—bring dcdiliied by business. Many old-time Impels of th north have never seen a llslu whose pen did not contain at leas n few porcupine quills. 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