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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 7, 1940
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PAGE FOUR : BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1940 Social Calendar i* /FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' . Woman's club " having general meeting, 2:50'-o'clock at clubhouse. .Bachelors club having dance at Wotnwi's .club . following football game. < Mrs. Vou C.'MUluis entertaining C. B. 0. dub at Rustic Inn. Elrhwood .Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Arch Lindsey, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Simmons and Mrs. J. M. GiUespie entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock, at, Simmons home. Bridge CM) of Centralia, 111. ' Pink and yellow chrysanthemums were arranged about the entertaining rooms. A Thanksgiving .motif was carried out in the salad plate with the salad designed to form a turkey. ' High score prize went to Mrs. Thomasson, second \ high to Mrs. Nicol, and cut prise to Miss Mary Spain \Jsrey, • * * Wesleyan Guild Ha* Prayer W««k Program Mrs. Herman Rimer was leader of the program on Scarritt College which was presented Tuesday night at the meeting of the Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist church at the church. She was assisted in the presenta- A Mexican centerpiece was used j tion oy Mrs. A. B. Pah-field, who on the dining table of Mrs. Charles " ' ! ""~ Roses when the Wednesday Bridge club met at her home Wednesday afternoon. In the games which followed lunch, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich was high and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, second high scorer. Bouquets of mixed Fall flowers were arranged in the rooms where bridge vas played. * .* . * Sisterhood Has Meeting Mrs. Rose Goldberg and Mrs. Herman Hess entertained 15 mem- • bers of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel and three guests for a meeting Wednesday night at Rustic Inn. Guests were Mrs. Lou Miller of Bonne Terre, Mo., houseguesi of Mrs. Adolph Weinbreg, of Osceola, Mrs. Meyer Noodlemen of Bonne Terre, and Miss Sylvia Levitch of Harrisburg, Pa., houseguests of^Mr. and Mrs. I. Miller. Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed the brief, business session. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Weinberg in Osceola. • • • Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Louis Applebaum was hostess to members of the Friday Brid&e club and two guests. Mrs. p. it, Engler and Mrs. Ben W. 'Harpole, for a party at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harpole was high and Mrs. J. \V. Adams, second > high scorer in the games. Refreshments were served. » * * Son Born A son was bora to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Towson, of Memphis, Wednes- s* day morning at Memphis Metho^dist ospital. Mrs. Towson is the former* Miss Mary Ardea Galloway, who made her home here for a number of years. * * * Club Will Study Ceusumcrs* Problems . , ; ' Members of ' the Woman's club will study the problems of the consumer at the meeting of the group Friday afternoon. The general meeting will be at three o'clock, preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. J- P- Friend arranged the program which will include speak- discussed the college at Nashville; Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz, who gave the devotional; and Miss Athanel Whitworth, who read a poem. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. .uon sucnerland, vocalist, and Mrs. W. E. Hendrix, organist Miss Marilyn Burnette was elected secretary of the group to succeed Miss Winifred Goodrich who i now employed at Waverly, Tcnn. Mrs. Louis Drake, recent bride was presented a fruit dish from the Guild. She is CTic former Miss Golcla Rinks. Mrs. Rimer and Miss Mary Hubler, hostesses for social hour served refreshments to those present who included two guests. Miss Frances Little and Mrs. Hendrix. ther relatives. Mrs, Ethel Ferguson Rainey of Jefferson City, Mo., arrived here he latter part of last week to visit riends and relatives until after he election. Miss Geraldine Cunningham, who s employed in Jefferson City, came Saturday to visit for a few days vita her parents, Mi', and Mrs. Harry Cunningham, who live near Jaruthersville. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Aubca Wrather to their home in Portageville Sunday to spend that evening and Monday with them. Mdmes. Shan DeWitt, TommUs. Mouscr, Albert Walker, Gene Alters! and Joe Wyatt were in Blyfcheville Wednesday on business. Mrs. Alvin Dunuvant, who has been seriously ill for the, past three weeks, is improving nicely. Mr.s. Jack Bla'ckshear of Paragould, Ark., came Monday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bebout, Mrs. Edith McFar- lancj and other relatives.'"'She, plans to return . to her home Thursday. Mrs. W. C. Hornsby of Bastrop, La., visited here from Friday until Monday with her" sister, Mrs. J.'W. Tipto'n. , . . Messrs. "Jab" Hawkins and W. H. Dorsey and Miss Juanita Smith and perhaps others whose residence is here but who . are employed in Jefferson .City, have .been here the past few days, having' come for the purpose of casting their votes in the election Tuesday. Mrs. E. C. Pierce has been con- Bits of New* Mostly were the Blytheville people who attended the alumni banquet in Osceola last night. Mrs. R. L. Stockett is still in Memphis where, she has been undergoing treatment since Friday. Miss June Lansing, who underwent a major operation at Memphis Baptsit hospital Monday morning is resting very well. Mrs. Ancil Webb and Mrs. S. K. Garrett spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Ray Mann and son, Ray Jr., of Wilson, are spending a few days here with Mrs. Mann's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer. Mr. Mann will join them here tomorrow night for the BlytheviUe- Jonesboro football game. Miss Mary Bliss Yancey, of Marianna, is the week end guest of Miss Sara Lou McCutchen, having come up especially for the Blytheville-Jonesboro football game and the activities o fthe : younger set being planned in connection with it/ : •.."".-.;• ' ;.'.. •." Among the Blytheville people '.in ' Osceola Youth, 12, Loses End Of Thumb W. D. Raymond Jr., 12, of Osceola, had the end of a thumb amputated at Walls Hospital this morning as the result of an accident earlier in the day. He was jacking up a trailer when it slipped from off the jack, pinning the youth's' thumb. Caruthersville Society—Personal week became of injuries she suffered when she fell as she was getting out of her car. C. C. Scott of Tulsa, Okla., C. V. Scott of .Joplin, Mo., and Mrs Teachers Attend A. E. A. Session At Little Rock A number of teachers in the cit> school system are attending thi 1940 Arkansas Education associa lion convention in Little Rock to day and Friday. ' W. D. McClurkin, superinten dent of .schools and vice presiden of the A. E. A., will preside ove :he Friday morning session of th convention. Mrs. McClurkm ac .ompaniecl him. Other teachers who went an .he schools in which they are employed are as follows: Central- Miss Mary Outlaw and Miss Med- I rith Hancock: Langc—Mrs. Her- At The Hospitals ! Walls Hospital W. D. Raymond Jr., osceola, admitted. Miss Delia Purtle, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital June Hodnett, Dyess, admitted. D. W. Hoke, Osceola, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Avery Pickett, Etowah, a .daughter. Memphis McLemore Clinic Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Higgins, Frenchman's Bayou,' a son. Birth Delays at Sermon YUBA CITY, Cal. (UP) ~ The Rev.' Prank ScbofieW. pastor of the First Congregational Church, was late in arriving for the Sunday morning services recently. H« told his congregation he had become the father of a girl arid pased around bon-bons. The sermon came after the congratulations. ' " " U. S. and Canadian Draft Boards Calls on Sisters .•.* TEKAMAH, Neb. (UP)—Two sisters from Tekamah are serving on local draft boards—but in separate countries. Mrs. Meta .Stout Ls on the board at Tekamah while her sister, Mrs. M. J. Breckenridge of Woodstock, Out., Can,, is a member of the draft board there.. On the Nicobar Islands!- in the Bay Bengal, coconuts are used as money. HELP PREVENT COLDS developing; THIS QUICK* At first sneeze, eniffle, HANDY WAY ?^f * i?? at !° n 'J^ . ^ a uttlfe Vicks Va-tro- GO* up each nostril, its stimulating action aids Nature's defenses against the cold. Keep it handy. Use it early. VKKSVATRONOL CXscccIa -Wednesday night for the homecoming game between Osceola and Parkin were Mr. and Mr.s. Frank, Whitwo.rth, Mr. aijd Mrs. Oscar Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. J. P. Friend is able-to be up after having been ill of appendicitis for several days; ; ., Mrs. Meyer .Noodlemen of..Bonne Terre, Mo.. Miss Sylvia Levitz of Harrisburg, Pa.,- left, this morning after having been the guests,of Mr. and Mrs. I. Miller for two days. They were accompanied by Mrs. Blanche Hall of Blytheville were | L ° u M j 1] f r ' who , had . beri Visiting Lucky Nine Wattle Supper MLss Pauline Hamra'. entertained the members of the Lucky Nine Bridge Club and their guests, Miss Mary Newt Carr and Mrs. Perry Butler, with a \vafTe supper Monday night nfc her home. Mrs. Ralph Goodin won the high score award, hosiery, avid Mrs. Butler won the briclgo award, handkerchiefs. ". v' ' *'*•••'.: • Jelly "Nine Entertained nl' Hayli Mrs. Willarcl Russell of Hayti was hostess to the members of the Jolly Nine Bridge Club Monday night at her home. Mrs. S. 2. Orgel won the high score 15 award, hosiery, and Mrs. Maud . Green won second high, also here Tuesday to attend the funeral services for Cleveland Scott, who was killed near East Prairie Saturday night. The Messrs. Scott are sons of the deceased and Mrs. Hall is his sister. Al C. Zander, employed by the State Unemployment Compensation Commission in Jefferson City, visited from Sunday night to Tuesday in this city with friends, having come in part to cast his vote in his former home town in Tuesday's general 'election. hosiery.: - •The'-. served sala'd rolls, pineapple upside- down cake and coffee. >••• ..:'- ' '. ' • " • "•'•. * ' . Union Group Meets The Young People's Organization of the churches of Pemiscot county met at .the Methodist church here Monday evening. There were approximately thirty young people from the churches in Caruthers- -•*-• _. I*--*- V»»* U**^ VAAV^wm-a'^v* --~ ers on electricity, cotton and clean- v - Ue an( , steele pre5(;nU Milton Pope Heads Osceola School Alumni OSCEObA, Nov. 7.—Milton Pope of the class of '25 was elected president of the Osceola high school -alunxna'e group 'at the second an- dual alumni .banquet in the high school gymnasium Wednesday night. . Mr. Pope; succeeds Ben F. Butler. Gordon Hampton of the class of '37 was named .secretary and treasurer to .succeed Miss.. Gcralc\me Listen. Seventy people were present for the three course dinner. A. spccuv} guest was Miss Margaret Moriarity. senior in the school and cheer leader, who was crowned queen of the homecoming at Hale field before the Parkin-Osceola football Mrs. Adolph Wembevg; in Osceola. Mrs. Edgar Borum is spending today and tomorrow '(n. Little-Rock. She motored a group of teachers from Keiser there for the state teachers' meeting. Hulen B. Williams, a student at Hendrix college in Con way, will arrive today to spend the week end with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams, and family. Rabbi Herman Pollack will "return Saturday from St. Louis where lie has spent this week. Mrs. Pollack, who accompanied him. there, will''remain for a longer visit. Miss Winifred Goodrich, who is employed at Wavony, Tenn., is expected, to come Friday . to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs, E, A. Goodrich. Mrs. Ellen .Silverman, who is ill at Blytheville hospital, continues vo man Rimer, Mrs. Tony' Clements aud Miss Martha Thomas; Sudbury—Miss Edna Earl Williams. Miss Marguerite Silaz, Miss Martha Sibley and Miss .Helen Lucille Moore. Junior high—Miss Letitia Neall, Miss Helen Louise Shaver, ana Miss Virginia Williams; senior nigh—Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. L. E. Old, Jimmie D. Brock, Miss Irene Morgan, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal, Miss Elizabeth McHenry, Miss Margarei Laws, Miss Nannie Clark^ Smith, Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, ' George Council, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools. The Bather's Pal CANTON. O. CUP)—Carl Amiet, Otis K, Hang' and P. L. Elliott, owners of the Standard Pool Cleaner Company, manufacturing a machine similar to.a vacuum cleaner, wmcn. cleans the bottom oi swimming pools while the water is still on them, will celebrate the first anniversary of the firm in November. Read Courier News want ads. Frank Grigsby and. J. P. Friend CARD OF THANKS The pastor, presiding elder, and members of the' 'quarterly conference of Bethel A. M. E. Church wish to. thank Dr. H. H. Thornton for his contributions and for the amount he collected otherwise. , Rev. C. S. Smith, Pastor. -. ing. Plays With. Club Mrs. Walker H. Baker played j cards with members of the Town i Following a business meeting, the members .played games in-- the church basement. and Country club Wednesday -af- terhoon at the home of. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. The hostess served iced drinks during the games. Mrs. C. C. Langston was high and Mrs. McCutchen, second high scorer. ..• , '.'. •//. • • »' • > =i Has Party at Hotel 'Mrs, Charles langston had the . ADC Bridge club party in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble Wednesday afternoon Rev. Floyd V. .Brower, pastor of the Methodist Church, had charge of the meeting. * * • Entertains Club Miss Ernestine Wilks entertained members of the Re-oo-n Club and several guests at her home Monday evening. The guests included Misses |Bea Judy Jenkins, Charlotte Kay 1 Miller and C. Wilksns, .Mrs. Fred L. Henley and. Mrs. Jack Blackshear of Paragovild, Ark. Miss Wilkins won cards for high guest, prize, and Miss Catherine Ben F. Butler, master of ceremonies, called on the following for brief talks; Mr. Pope, Howcll Nicolson, Richard Fletcher, Miss Clementine Bowen, Roy Dawsou, Basil Segra'vcs; Mrs. Maggie Barbievs/ Miss Blanche Cleerc. and J. P. •Friend of Blytheville. Miss Betty Sue Mas tin played a piano solo and a dance was presented by . Miss Msxrjorie Edrlnglon and Miss Betty Ann Edrington Miss Jean Chiles sang "God Bless America" and presented the Osceola Victory March which was recently adopted. P.laying -.with the. club members f Tatum won t> a th powder for high were. Mrs. R.= C. Allen, Mrs. J. J. Ewing- and -Mrs. John Thomas Sca,ulon. •Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. Harold Sch'nee was high and Mrs. William Young, second high scorer. * » • AH Cl«b Members Attend Bridge Party All the members of ihe Friday Contract club attended the party given Tuesday night by Mrs. Goronwy Poetz. Refreshments were served after the games. Mrs. L. S. Benish re„ ceived the prize. Is Guest of Club club prize. Mrs. Henley bridgoed and \vou a novelty potted plant. Following the games the hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks. Mitchell of Lo;>- An- jgeles, Calif., is here visiting her I mother. Mrs. Eloise Henley and Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels with herb Iax;»tJt«,ttjit*w*d with syrud pepsid (o m*k« it acr«t*Wc and easy to lake i When constipnlion brings on acid in• digcsUotx, bloating, dizzy spells, pa?, coated tongue, sour taste and bad -•:Mrs. F. E. Utley was a guest ol\ breath, your stomach is probably "cry- Mrs. H. A. Taylor Wednesday after- ing: the blues" because your bowels don't IS A JOB WELL DONE! ADVANCE STYLES BY TWEEDIE Pike's Petik was named after ZebuJon Pike, but it was. known to \vhiie men a« curly as 1700, long before his birtlu Uncter-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration noon when she entertained members cf the Delta Contract club bincd'vyith pood'old" SyaTp"'PcpsirTto for a party at her home j make your laxative more agreeable and Games -*ere played against 2 easier to take. For years many Doctors background of chrysanthemums fe{? ^Hcr? ^"r^Sh?? «Jd a i?h? k — * . » __. «. -. * »**Jiv« Cdi»»V.l r> \,\J Itu-t r\\* WMit.4 «4Jv^-« l\»»* li-.> marigolds, ana other Fall flouers m0 rc palatable when your "tuster" feels for* -members ."of Ihc Double G Bridge club-and "eight Bursts Wed- riesday> night "at Ker home i to~ the rlub members, Mrs/ Hiram Wylve received the easily upset. So be sure your laxative prizei '-~~' - • contains Syrup Pepsin- Insist on Dr. i a«'i»r'-thp> namn<; th^ hn^r«;c [ Caldwcll's Uixalivc Senna, combined , 'After ., in^ faAmes. me no, ^^ wUh ^ p c ,j 5 :n.-Scc how wonderfully served ,a-sa«d plate. Us .herb Laxative Senna-wakes up lazv - v.-,>--- -T 1 " "* | non'cs and muscles in your tntcstinca. to Has P*rt^" Fw Club bring vrelconic relief Trom const.ipattw. " >"' P. -Barbel had a party £nd mellow its Syrup Pepsin nwkci Dr. •- •• f j Caldwcu smcchanesosmooth and agreeable to a touchy guilet. 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