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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 11, 1940
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. PAGE'TOO BLYTHEVILLE (ARKQ TOURIER NEWS Social Calencia - fi TUESDAY'S EVENTS . ^ Q,*der of Eastern Star having , staged meeting, 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Mrs. C. E, Wroten entertaining Friday" Contract club in Colonial Jtoom of Hotel Noble; Woman's Auxiliary oi" the American Legion meeting 7:30 o'clock at American Legion'Hut. Mrs. Harvey Morris entertaining Duo-Quad Bridge club, Mrs. Jess Homer and Mrs. John P. Reiruniller entertaining Thursday Dessert club and Tuesday con," tract club at Homer home.- I Tuesday club meeting with Mrs ] Lloyd Stickmon. I Miss Margaret Shaver having '- Double G Bridge club. i Tuesday Bridge club meeting with > r Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. I Mrs. J. w. Adams Sr. havmg H Bi-Mouthly Bridge club. [j Mrs. W. A. Afilick and Mrs. c. • P. Tucker entertaining Charievoix , chapter of the Daughters of the < American Revolution," one o'clock 1 at Hotel Noble. \ WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining , Bi-Monthiy Luncheon club. 2 Town and Country club Electing j with Mrs. C. Modinger. || airs. Loy Welch having Delta :[' Contract club. 'j - Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp entcr- -; taining ADC Bridge club. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with-Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. Charles JUford Thursday Bridge club. . having Mrs. C. W. Afflict and" Mrs. Marion Williams entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood, one o'clock, at Afflict home. .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Airs. W". T. Burns entertaining Y. M. B. club. Young Woman's Missionary society, First Church of the Nazarene, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jack Parker. Miss Elizabeth Apn Wilson entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Mrs. Russell Phillips having Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with .Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Otis Shepherd entertaining Double Four club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crigger. Mrs. P. B. Joyner having Thursday Contract club. ^udbury Parent-Teacher assccia- Bits of New» Mostly Dr. H. A. Taylor, Dr. Paul L. Tipton and W. H. Stovall have gone to ChicoU county where they will spend the week hunting deer. Dr. w. A. Grimmctt has returned from -Hot Springs where* he has been a patient at the Army and Navy hospital because of arthritis and dental illness. He is now improved. The condition of Mrs. Jesse H. Webb,' whp has been seriously ill for 16 days, is now greatly improved. She was removed from the hospital to her home today. Frank Aslier, who underwent an appendectomy recently at Blytheville hospital, is doing very nicely. Mrs. H. A. Taylor has gone to St. Louis where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Sam J. Matthews, and Mr. Matthews. The Matthew?,, who have been living in Baltimore, were recently transferred to St. Louis where Mr. Matthews is in charge of the social security division. Dr. Frank Luckctt, of Helena, was the week end guest of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Luckett, and family. Miss Eutopia Whitworth, Miss Alexia Williams and Hayden Williams attended the final session of the North Arkansas Methodist Conference in Jonesboro .Sunday. They were accompanied home by the Rev. E, B. Williams who had attended all sessions. Mrs. Jake Huffman, Miss Luna B. AVilhelm and Miss Virginia Huffman spent Saturday in Memphis. • E. B. Gee Jr., who- recently underwent an appendectomy in Memphis, was removed to his home Sunday. His father . motored to Memphis for him and his mother, who had been with him. Mrs. Jimmy Williams, who has been ill of a kidney ailment for several weeks, returned to Memphis Sunday to undergo treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. W. B. Zedler* and infant daughter. Zoc Ann, were removed Sunday morning from Walls Hos- For a Smart Diner-Out Osceola Society ^-Personal Progressive dull , Receives Gift Mrs - John w - Edrington, presU dent of the Osceola Progressive Club - nas Deceived from the Geh- eral Federation of Womens Clubs ^,Jpttff Sf 1 etchln e of the Federation's Headquarters Building in Washing. ffli» ,, m s P ecial recognition, of th'e club's action in subscribing one tion having annual Father's N:ghtlP ital to the home of Mrs. Zedler's program at Sudbury school. 7:30 o'clock preceded by executive board f , ..meeting at 7:15 o'clock. *Mrs, N, S. Ealiba, of,Joiner, cn- ~-^- : ' Prosperity club, 2:30 Society, Church of the Im- Concepticn, sponsoring party, "8:00 o'clock at Cath- Fletcher chapter. United of tile Confederacy, "Mttseting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Kalph Benyman. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department. Woman's club, meeting three o'clock at clubhouse. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. 'Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining 1 Chapter -N cf the P. E. O. sisterhood, 1 o'clock at Kirby home. Class to Meet. Members of the Gleaners Sunday school class of the First Baptist church will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the home oJ Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich is to bs co-hostess." *-" .• * • ' *• County Students to Bo" tfetaT Jn" Who's Who. Trro Mississippi county students attending Arkansas State college at Jonesboro, will be listed in Who's* Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, a national publication, ac- ccrding to announcement made by Dean H. W. Hollard. •.The students are Muss Mildred Hauls, of Lcachville. and Roscoe Chitwoocl of Dyc.vs. ThcV vccre among ten from 'the colleg3 chosen for this honor. VTAl Meet A meeting of the Ro>aJ bors has been called for tonight at the home of Mrs. Herman Wal- pcle, 138 East Ash .street r\\c meeting will begin n t, 7-30 o'clock. » * • Son Born - A son was born to Mr. anc! MIS I*. C. B. Younj. of Osceola. Sunday morning at Memphis Methodist Hospital The baby, who •weighed seven pounds, has not yet been parents, Mv. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy. Among BlyTheville people in Memphis Saturday for the Tennessee-Southwestern football game were: Clarence H. "Wilson, Harold Nunn. : J. • P.* Friend. Mayfielc' "Sonny: 1 iloytl. 'Gorman "Monk" Mosley. and John Oliver "Bo" Coppedge. Edward Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conner, is ill of scarlet fever. His parents have taken him to the home of his grandmother at Ripley. Tenn. Mr. Conner is expected to return today. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarencr Wcinand, who will move this week from Colt. Ark., to Pea Ridge, were, the guests of the Rev. and Mrs E. B. Williams Sunday night. Among people here for the Blytheville-Jonesboro football game Friday night were Coach I van •Grove of Hendrbc College at Conway and Paul "Bear" Bryant, assistant coach at Vandcrbilt University at : Nashville, Tenn. Keiser News Has Birthday Party Jean Hunt, of Keiser, celebrated her first birthday Thursday. Oct. 31, with a party for seven of her friends. The guest list included Jerry Robinson, of Wilson, and Jean and Jean Wilson of Marie. Following a ride in the country. games were played al the home of Mrs. James Wilson. Ice cream and cake \vcrc served at the C and H Cafe. Halloween hats and favors \verc given to the guests. Mrs. Hunt was assisted in serving by Patsy's grandmother. Mrs. Josie Cook, her great grandmother. Mrs. •T. W. J;\cksoti and her aunts. Mrs. Byron Robinson, of Wilson, and Airs. James Wilson, of Marie. Relief At Last ForYourCough Creomulsion relieves promptly bc- named. Mrs. Young is the former «"*« *& goes right to the scat of the Miss Ivlary Ellcfli Stevens, of n,u , Double to help loosen and expel * ! r<r r ™ !? den Phlegm, and aid nature city. ber Her father, c. 3 Stevens v>r ' flim^"^ nnc U le , al r ^- tender, in_ _,,. !. u -• sevens. ««w. named bronchial muc-ous mem- «*r t-Mr, M<S. Eugcnr still ,>r • tames. Tell vour rtru'ggiTt to se'lYvou Plymouth. N. c.. mumcd Sanfia> a bottle of CreomuSon with IheSun- ling you must like the way it allays the cough or TOU arc iron* Mem pins wherr they went with her Saturday night 1 Three Members Of Jesse White Family ffl, , niacsg Tawj invaded the Jesse M. "White home. Three of the four raeml>ers of' the family'are either j ill or convalescing liom an illness I Mrs. White is now able to be! cut after having "been confined to " her homo for^ several' days.-" Her scn.\Jo)m Charles/ is recovering' ^frpm a, ton day'fllness of malaria. \juid her daushtei, Martha, is ill ; of influenza. ; forCoughsXhestCoIds.Bronchitis Expert Radio Service Homo and Auto Radios All Work Guaranteed Montgomery Ward Ctourier i^ews/want ads."' H APPY IIOOR nan* ilMKT. GRO.& DELIVERY SL, Photic 15 organ "The Clubwoman." the. official The letter from Miss Velma Win- editor of the magazine, stated •«wwmw- Lhe Osceola c lub thus be- $jjijl$, comes the largest federated club' in H»_ world sending the magazine to seventy-two are receiving the organ, issue will feature the Osceola club. r, pip 1 R °y E - Dawson, superintendent iMtMfr ! of city schools, spoke to the club tlie November meeting on ' "Equalization of Education." John ,P. Keiser spoke to the 25 members of the Junior Progressive Club on "Modern Trends in Education." ' New members .admitted to mem- included ' Mrs. Joe W. G. B. Segraves, Jr., •<«"« i M - S. Daggoner, Mrs. Sam Hlj Hodges. Jr., Mrs. Joe. Watson, and •||| I Mrs. c. B. Wood of Luxora; "yV! Mrs. J. H. Lovewell \viir be host- : ess to the club on Dec. 3. . ' * * • ''.: ". •:' Have Baby Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Walker /of Marianna arc the parents of-a baby daughter born at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis on' Nov.-4; Mr. and Mrs. Walker formerly _^C.REEN actress Brenda Marshall's stunning dinner gown ; a skirt of brilliant green crepe, topped off with a richly contrasting black crepe bodice has lived here when he was county agent for South Mississippi County. He resigned his position to accept' the place of district super- «, usceom , m f nbc Intendent for the Chilean Notrate Strong chapter Association for several .southwestern encrusted, with green and gold - states ancl moved to >Shreyeport, embroirlnrv [La. HP is nnw ncKictaiif rlii"nnf»s_ _* embroidery. [La. He is now assistant director of the Cotton Branch Experiment Station at Marianna. ; The Walkers have one other child, a girl. Diane, aged six years'. '." • • • * • * , ..... ,.••;,.• Junior Progressive Club Meets ' Betty Ann Edrington and -Eloise (Continued from Page Parent Teacher Association at their regular meeting in the high school on Wednesday, Nov. 13, it is stated by Mrs. G. HeartsiH Banks, president. Mrs. Mouton will speak on "Citizens in the Making." ' -••• ' • * * •• • • Paramount Club Meets A hayride and Weiner Roast on .the sand bar opposite the Godfrey White farm was'enjoyed Friday night by members of the Paramount Club and .their guests. f At their weekly meeting in the offices of D. M. Moore, • Brownlee Shannon led the program dealing with the proper use and respect to ihr United States flag. J. W. Hall" was enrolled as a new member bringing the total to H. The boys are planning to cooperate with Mayor Ben F. Butler in setting out additional shade trees in! Osceola this month and in December. ,.... . . ...... .* *. .*.•.„. Attends Church Conferences The Rev, L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Osceola Presbyterian Church, the Rev. L. M. Bickford. pastor of the Christian church, accompanied by the Rev. James A. Ovrcholser, pastor of the Blytheville Presbyterian Church, returned the last of the week from Little Rock where they attended the five-day session of the National Christian Mission. • * * * Among the Osceolans who went to Wilson Friday for the monthly workers council of the Mississippi Coumy Baptist Association were the Rev. Harold B. Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Tompkins, Mrs. Roy Dillard. Mrs. Ida Tucker, Mrs. James D. Borum, Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs. E. D. Rose, Mrs. C. M. Horlon, Cora Hogan, Lyman Sheddan, and Mrs. Webb Greer. .Special features of the day's pro-, gram were the addresses by Lawson Cook: 'of Memphis. Southwide Chairman of the Baptist Brotherhood, and Lewis A. Meyers of Little Rock, editor of the Arkansas Baptist, and the duet sung by Ray Mann and Curtis Miller, accompanied by Mrs. Curtis Miller. Around 75 members from 20 Baptist churches in the county were present. Attend O. A. II. Luncheon Osceola members of the William of the-' American Revolution who went to Memphis Friday for the monthl luncheon meeting at the Gayoso Hotel were' Mrs:'. John W. Eclr ing- ton, regent; 'Mrs;,'C. A. Davis. Mrs. •Harry Jones.. .Mrs. Susie Reiser, Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. W. J. Driver. ' ''Miss Cora Lee Coleman. the Blytheville member, came down Thursday night as -.the guest of Mrs. _______ Sea ton .were new members received ;; Jonn , w - Bdringtpn and accom- into membership in. the.Junior Progressive Club at their November whq goes. un as pastor. .;.V Manila-St. John— The Rev. 1 Campbell; of the Green Forrest ing. the ;Rev. R. E, L.-Beat-den' Jr.,-l in } cetln gJ this completes the roH'of whn frAnc (r, •Ts.tiwi.i,- «- ~~_t.— . 25 who are eligible to poin this year, it was_stated by Ruth'Fairley, president, arid Mrs. John "W- Ed- church, in FayetteviUe.'district, sue-i r{n ^ on - ac3ul{ sponsor, ceedln'g the Rev. W. J. LeRoy.-who Following the address of John P. goes: to' the Mansard church asl Ke5sei V science teacher in Osceola {high school, 'on "Modern Trends in Education," the girls worked on scrapbooks to be sent to the : Ark- pastor. •..*•• Osceola—The Rev. w. J. spicer. former pastor at Wynne, succeeding the Rev. Paul Galloway. ..who becomes pastor at Forrest city. Wilson—The •'Rev. Rex B. former pastor of Capitol ansas Chiidrens Hospital and -Home in Lit.tle Rock at Christmas-. The have also adopted a four- View (year-old child in the home to whom '' church at Little Rock, succeeding } tne >' 'will' write and send needed the Rev. c. N. Guice, who goes to articles." Goddard Memorial church at Fort i Mal T Florence Burch and Betty Smith.. | Butler were hostesses to the - group Yarbro-Promised Land— The Rev ! in the Burch home on-Union ave- A. L. Riggs, formerly at Bono- nue: T1 ' ie December meeting will be Trinity, succeeding the Rev. A. W. j in ; f ) le ho ™e of Flavia Driver with Harris, who becomes pastor of Fish- Edrington as co-hostess. er Street church in Jonesboro. | l . Iarrisbur £ Speaker. Here The pastor of the Dell Circuit is 1 Mrs - Gcol 'ge Mouton, prominent to "be supplied within a few days, i Paren ^ Teacher worker of Harris- Thc Rev. W. A. Stewart Jr., who I bur ^ r wUi address'-'J lie; ''Osccola has been in that circuit, is now attending Hcndrix College at Con- woy. The ^conference approved the recommendation of the "Board of Hospitals and Homes and elected Jim Grain of Wilson to the Board j of Trustees of the Methodist Hos-J pital at Memphis. Members rc- elcctcd included the Rev. Mr. Gal- The Rev. W. F. Cooley. a former Blytheville resident who returns lc his pastoral charge at Bcntoiivillc i was named na a member of a com- | mission to elect a successor to the' late Dr. A. C. Millar, editor of the Arkansas Methodist. Mr. EVERY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL. NOBLK & Mrs. Jessce Still J. T. t>ud bury CALL FOR BEST FLOUR FOR FINEST RESULTS panied the group- to Memphis. •"'Mrs, Susie Keiser spoke on the ''Democracy of Athens- and outlines of Qrecian civilization. . _. /.Twelve; 'members and one, guest were., present for the « first November^ meeting of the poreen Owen Ypjing Women's Auxiliaiy 1 of the Baptist "Church. The Standard of Excellence was studied and checked for weak points to be strengthened in order to meet the 'Standard this It. .was. announced thai, the Auxiliary '5* quota |,o the District Budget had. : --.bcen paid. Tiie young women also 'voted to sponsor the Sunbeam "FOR TWENTY YEARS 1'v - f,.>,iml AW.EKIK/V a . (II. B.-.Micli.) \Vhrn bloaied with . annoyed hy bad ' ))n..;ul. or sour :<tolitudi, flu.- to fU-luycd bowel action try-. AULKRIKA Cor QLMCK relief (M it TODAV. KirUj- 15,-n.s. |>rn S . C5. anil <jn*Jv Di'trjr f'o. band and .will prepare handwork for the 25 Sunbeams led by Mrs. B. S. Crihfleld. Some time was spent in practicing the Y. W A pep songs. The next meeting will be a supper meeting at the Courthouse Cafe during the Thanksgiving holidays after which the girls will go to the home of one of their number for the program meeting. • •**.*' Mrs. Raymond Cartwright returned this week from.. Bloianing- ton, Ind., where; she'accompanied her daughter, Miss : Pearl Cartwright, back to the-University of Indiana following a weekend here and at FayetteviHc. Miss Cartwright was accompanied by Miss Barbara BaylLss of Cleveland,. Ohio.''a class mate at the-university. Both girls went to the University of Arkansas to be guests at the Pi Beta Phi Sorority house. , Mrs. A. L. Gregory of Saltillo. Miss., has returned to her home after five days here in the home of her brother, Roy Dillard. Dr. Maltory Harwell of Memphis visited his "parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, this week while attending the meeting of the .Missis- MONDAY,.' NQVEMBElTll, 1940 At The Hospital* Blytheville Hospital Henry Westbrook, city, admitted. AiOie Rushing, Steele, admitted. Mrs, E. P. Meador ana baby, city, dismissed. r 'Mr«; Jesse H. Webb, city dis- inissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. V E, F. Eddington, city, admitted. Mrs. Wencie Hamilton, Heber Springs, admitted. C. P. Stewart, city, dismissed. Mrs. John Parks, Jr., Steele, dismissed. Mrs. Ruby Stain, Steele, dismissed. Mrs. W. B." Zedler and baby, Dell, dismissed. Claude Crost, Dallas. Texas, dismissed. Mrs. John Newburn. Braggadocio, dismissed, • / Miss Delia Purtle. city, dismissed Memphis Methodist Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. C B Young, Osceola, a son. Miss Virginia Lee Best, Osceola admitted. Memphis Baptist tiospital Catherine Hayden, Caruthersvillc, admitted. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORE JR.R. and Ash Sts. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE "STATION General Repairing, Welding Acrofl* from'Bed Top. Gin- was accompanied by two Memphis ' specialists, Dr. Battle .Malone and Dr. Hai-ley Harris, who were guest speakers at the Blytheville meet- He Good News for Women mg. Mrs. W. D. McGarrity has-returned to her home here after visiting her son. Walter McGarrity and family at Heth, Ark. The -Rev. and Mrs. Paul Galloway have had as their guests this week, Mrs. Galloway's parents, and j u brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Boney years' and William Boney .of Stamps Ark. . • Merl Brady Hays of. Osceola has enlisted as an • apprentice seaman and has gone to the Naval Train-' ing Station at San Diego. Cal. Mrs. E. W. Packard and children'. Estelle and 'Mary .Je'an. ' went to Alamo, Tenn., Thursday to be guests of her parents 'while Mr. Packard went to Little Rock for the Arkansas Education Association. ^ headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pa,ins, other symptoms of f auction- a! dysmenorrhea due to malnutrition are helped by CARDUI. Main way it usually helps is by increasing appetite and flow of gastric juice; so aiding digestion, "helping build up users. Periodic distress is also eased for many who take CARDUI a. few days before and during "the Women have more than 50 Adv. 214 A _ . "• Try this quick relief /ranHEADACHEa NERVE STRAIN" lou'Il agree that Capudinc is wonderfully fast and effective. Relieves PO nuickly because it's liquid. Used over -10 years. Follow directions on label. All druggists, ICc, 30c, 60o boUies. Flavia Driver went to Memphis Friday where she took a train for, Marianna to be-a. guest at the! house party given by-Sarah Evelyn and .Elizabeth McClendon. Miss Frances Holland, Mississippi County Librarian, was in Little Rock Thursday and Friday for the sessions of the Arkansas Library Association which met in conjunction with the Arkansas Education Association. • M. A. Bates, prominent business man., planter and.'.ginnei- of Dermott, Ark., spent two days in Osceola this week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lockhart and Mr. and Mrs... R. H. Jones. Mr. Bates is a cousin of Mrs. Jones. Check COLD DISCOMFORTS ,: A T the first sign of a. cold, make jrxup your mind to avoid as much of the sniffling, sneezing soreness and stuffy condition of your nostrils as possible. Insert Mentholatxun tneach nostril. Also rub It vigorously.on your chest You'll be delighted with the way Mentholatum combats cold misery and helps restore comfort. MENTHDLATUM i ,.Gfve* .COMFORT Daily Liquid CAPUDINE GOOD EYESIGHT IN LATER YEARS Very often good eyesight in later years depends upon the care am! consideration given the eyes in youth. Many children hare no 'jieecj of glasses, but poor .vision must not be neglected if the child's eyes are to be good in future years. An examination by Dr. J. L. Guard, graduate optometrist, will reveal the true cOnaition or your child's eyesight. 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