The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 12, 1940
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BLTfHEVILLE (Afik) COURIER &EWS Social Calendar C WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Town and Country club meetmg with Sirs. c~. Modjngef. '•Mrs. Loy~,Wekh having Delta Contract club. *Vrs- R«nkert Wetenkafnp entertaining ADC Bridge club. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Kirby.. : Mrs. Charles Alford having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs; G. W. Afflick and Mrs. Marion Williams entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O'. sisterhood, one o'clock, at Aff lick home. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Past Matrons and Patrons club meeting 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Mrs. W. T. Burns entertaining Y. M. B. dub. Young Woman's Missionary &o= ciety, First Church of'the Nazafene, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs Ja'clc Parker: Miss Elizabeth Ann 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. Sudbury Parent-Teacher association having annual Father's Night program at Sudbury school, 7:30 o'clock preceded by executive board meeting at 7:15 o'clock. Mrs. N. S: Saliba, of Joiner, entertaining- Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock.-Altar Society, Church of the Im- 'roaculate Conception, sponsorinj 'bingo party. 8:00 o'clock at Catholic Hall. Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ralph Berryman. ' X FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. Len- dermie Fowler entertaining C: B. c. club at Smith* home in Steele; Music department, Woman's club, meetmg three o'clock in auditorium of First Methodist Church. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. W. L. Horner entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. O. sisterhood, l o'clock at Kirby home.' Clothes For Dinner Hour DERFECT for dinner at home ire I *k*i .these house .eofttf. That at left is of white silk cr«pe with gold embroidery on the pocket and amusing sapphire fish on the jacket The housecoat at right is of blue sapphire silk with a girdle of gold mesh. Utey were designed by Elizabeth Ardcn. McCutcHeri, M'isV White, Miss Hill Miss June Workman, Miss Betty Brcoks Isaacs, and Miss Patricia Wise. • Bits of News Mostly Pewowdi Has Party At Rustic A p^rty for members of the C. B. C. club and three extra tables ^of guests was given -Friday -affcer- , noon at the ''Rustic Inn by Mrs. - Von C/Mullms. Her guests were: Mrs. C. C. Cork of Kelser, Mrs. Homer Smith of Steele, Mrs. Lendennie Fowler. Mrs. James McGhee, Mrs. George Shamlm, Mrs, O. O. Elklns. Mrs. Charles Bedenbaugh. Mrs. Mike Mrs. ' Wilford Nally, Mrs. Mrs. Nixon Shively. r& J. G. Barnes. course was served after Mrs. Fiancig Jackson and Mrs. Bob Copeland, high scorers. Traveling f%jMOTfc\werrt to Mrs. George Shamlin. Hostess Party Mrs. Ralph Caudle will be host[ ess for the bingo parts' to be given at Catholic Hall at eight o'clock By NBA Service NEW YORK. TJiriner clothes for dining at, home' as .well as in restaurants^ 01;;; in: sonic friend's .- become . a'hd --morn * Thursday night. I j >The affair is under the auspices ] of; the Altar Society of the Church ; of the Immaculate Conception. | - *~ * * | Memorial Serrice : 1'6 Be Held Tonight i A service in memory of the late i • Mrs. Lou Eckols and W. W. Holli} peter will be conducted tonight by { members of the Past Matrons' and * Past Patrons' club at the meeting [, of the Order or the Eastern Star i at the "Hall. ; The meeting which will begin at * eight o'clock is to be open to the t public, it was stated. A number of ---put of town people who have served -J—M 1 , Gra nd chapter is expected to \ ^e present, | * W. M. U. Circles Meet I Six Circles of the Woman's Mis; sionary Union of the First Baptist I church met Monday afternoon m I the homes^of various members anci J at^the church lor devotional periods f and social hours. j , Ten members of Circle One met j at the^ home of Mrs. Ney Hunt | Mrs. H. H. Brooks taught the mis- | sion study and prayers \\ere offered i by Mrs. Bob Grimes. Mrs. J. H <•" Walker and Mrs. Bob Copeland. j Mrs. J. G. Barnes gave the dei votional- and Mrs. R. L. * the lesson at the meeting ; members of Circle Tuo at f church. Prayers were | Mrs. Howard | Buchanan. ? .Mrs. M. c. Outlaw taught the 1 lessen lor fire members of Circle < Three- who met at the church ,t Mrs. T. R. Shepherd and Mrs i- E. W. Hardin led the circle in £ prayer. f Mrs. Sam H. Williams was host- J. ess: to nine members of Circle Four. I - The hostess read the scripture and ^ Mrs.- Lloyd Stickmon taught the | lesson. Prayers-were offered by Mrs 4 *" 'John .Buchanan,- Mrs. J. R. Webster | and. Mrs, Williams. J Six, members of Circle Five met 3', at the home of Sirs. Ivy W. Craw|- ford^ to *iear Mrs: Walter Bishop 3 r temch the lesson. Prayers were led J'; by Mrs. r C, JB, -Johnsdfi. Mrs. W. J. I.,- Rpdgers' and Airs. Aliih Huffman. ' \ /Mrs; .E, F 'Blomeyer- gave the t; devotional from ,the book ct John ? Y *fld' MissVrteJBie Allen tatight the [/;- lesson, at the meeting^ four merri- ^ _, • • . ;i-v ,~ v v • . , «.***v* - t±i\j± ^. 01 eminent; in the! current fashion Picture. Even women' who find little use for. strictly formal gowns ue accepting the idea of putting ai something, long-skirted for the .linner hour. ' Wool dinner suits in soft jersey. 'cvely cashmeres and wool crepr tie headlined.. These lend bers of Circle Six at the church.! Both Mrs: Blbmeyer and Miss Allen offered prayers. Have Program Meeting: Members of the Woman's. Society of Christian Service of the- First Methodist church met Monday afternoon at-Che church for a program on "Shouting the Message" led by Mrs. W. T. Oberst. The leader' spok'e oh two" fopics' "Investing Our Heritage in Personal, Evangelism 51 ' and "How We of .Today May Invest the; Heritage." other topics . giveiv on the program, were as follows: "John Wesley arid Pioneers of 18th Century," Mrs; W: A. .Stickmon; "Ah. Inheritance Prom trie Fotuiders of Our Missionary Work,"'-Mrs. Eddie Regenold; "bur. Present Day Heritage Around trie World," 'Mrs J W. Parker;. A duet "Into a TenV Where a Gypsy Boy Lay," was sung by Mrs. Harvey Morris and Mrs.' C. G. Redman. They, were accompanied by Mrs. WV E. Hehdrix. At .the conclusion of the prograrri, Mrs: James Hill gave the last, chapter, "Shifting Populations." from' trie mission study book, "Uprooted America." Hostesses lor the social hour which followed were.: Mrs. Oberst, Mrs. Stickmon, Mrs. C.-W. Ramey. Mrs. Regenold. airs.. J6hn Smotherman. Mrs-. Morris; Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Redman •*••»; Patterson Speaks On- Peace Program ^ George w. .Patterson, minister of the First Christian church, was the principal speaker on the annual peace program of the Wo- Mortd.iv selves- perfectly .to the array' of handsome dressy blouses on 'the market, at the moment. .You .can have a; .-•'•'black wool; crepe dinner suit, a couple', of \whitc satin blouses and a lace one in shell pink or a bright... color-.and know that you're-, all set for dinner for months to come; Housecoats for Home Dining More casual arid strictly for home* dining are houseco'ats which while informal, bear no fesem-' blance to negligees or lounging antlieitiums and Pall flowers. Small flags we're displayed about the church. ' ..,'-'. .'.'.*".»' Complete Party Plans. Flans, for the dinner party to ba given Nov. 25 in observance of Founders- Day were completed at the meeting of the Delta Delta pelta club .Monday night at the home of Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard. .Miss Mary Spain Usr.ey, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements.. Tlic affair will be at the Hotel ftoble and dinner will bs followed' by! bridge. Fblloiyihg a brief business session, the '.hostess served refreshments. .. '. > " . '.*_** .. ' Junior-Senior P. T. A. to Meet. The Junior-Seriior High Parent- Teacher association will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock at the high, school auditorium. There will be no executive board meetmg preceding the general meeting as is customary.: .Dr. E. M.. Nixon, county health robes. In .other words, you can receive -_;after-dinner guests in>a 1940 : :."at home" housecoat. ^'.6ne' '.-particularly' stunning rtiod'&~ rn this dinner- at-honie category is of blue" sapphire silk with a gifdie of gold rriesli and a gold emblem on the bodice. Another, for -dining out, is of Awhile silk crepe will ; geld embroidery on a large slashed pocket, hi the skirt and a: double row of ' interesting sapp'h,.L fish on tlie jacket- Leah ..wa'i-. in charge of the devotional. Mrs.. Lesiie Hooper and Mrs. C. M. Gray were hostesses to. seven members of Circle Two at the Gray home. Mrs. Gray gave the devotional- arid Airs. Mattie Allen, the program. • Eight members of 'Circle Three heard Mrs. J. E. Beasley give the devotional' arid 'Mrs. T. K. Mahan. the program at the home .of Mrs. E. A. Rice. Mrs. J. D'. McGill was co-hostess. •'•Thirteen members of the night Circle Four met at the home" of Mrs. Jesse- M. White; Visitors were Mrs. pniahunty and, Mrs. McLean. The latter pre'b'ente'd; the prograrn and Mrs.- Margaret -Gray Growder, the devotional. .•.:.' • * '., * Neyr Club" The. recently. : organized T'. N. T. cl iib will mee.t Monday a'fternoon at the home of- Miss Sara Lou McCutchen. , . . . Miss Peggy White: was elected president "and' Miss Betty Jean .Hill, secretary of the group at a Mr... and Mrs. Joe Litzelfeirier and .son, Joe Martin, of Columbia, Mo., spent the' week end here with' Mrs. Utzelfeiner's parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin, and family. ' Mr. arid "Mrs. C. A. cunhmgham left Monday morning for Little Rock where they plan to spend the week. • . : Miss Betty Jean Wheat-ley^ of Jone.sboro, returned home Sunday •after having spent the week: end here with Miss : Buiiice Auten. Siie came over cspeciaDy for the Jo'h'&U boro-Blytheville football game Friday night. E. B. Estes is in-Pirie BJuff today for the funeral orW.L..Cowan, auditor with the Cotton Belt Raii- road company. W. O'. Blue will leave this af|:r- noon for Cincinnati to attend a Bottlers' convention; Mr. arid Mrs. j. A. Leech, who have been vacationing in the East, also plan to stop off for the convention en. route home. Mr. Blue will return here by plane. Mrs. Blue, who will motor !fy him to Memphis this afternoon, ^ plans to spend twoV days in that city. ' * - ' \ The condition of Mrs. Lee Yeager, who was recently• removed from Walls Hospital, is very much im : proved. She is now at her home in. Steele, Mo. •'•... Virginia Martin, .daughter and:Mrs. S. P.- Martin, ana Mary Virginia Cutler lefv Monday for Vicksburg, Miss., where Miss Martin will attend the' wed"ding of Miss Grace Martin, who was her roommate at the University of Mississippi at Oxford! They will return the latter part of thi week. Miss Delia Purtle has been removed to her. hon;ie . from Walls Hospital where she recently underwent an appendectomy. Miss Frances Mathias and Miss Cprrinne Brown, of. Jonesboro, have returned .home after .spending., the week with.Mr. and Mrs George W. Roth. Miss Brown w'ai a'lso the guest of her grandmother Mrs. Lverta Brooks. Miss Virginia Hopkins,, o'f Jonesboro. was the week end guest of her sister, Mi's. Branson: Wimpy and '• family. -Among the Blytneville people in Little. Rock . today; for the state .•meeting: in'connection' with the selective service draft are as follows: 'Roy- Walton Clarence H. Wilson ;Q.i W. McCutchen. G. H: Robson anir*Russell Reirimiller. They were accompanied by Hale Jackson, "of Oscepla., ••'"•. Mrs.'Robert ScoLt and' daughter. Fay. are visit-ing- Scqtt's mother, Mrs. Frank Simmons...-; and family, she came- Sun- daj{. ; with. Mrs. Simmons and, Mrs. D.,-.Simmons, who spent''the. day Uiere, and' will return home Wednesday. Mrs. -H. L. Betty, of Memphis, returned home Monday after having, spent ten days here with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie .Cummins, and family. ; Mr..and Mrs. Leo Roth, of St Louis, left Monday afternoon: after having been the - guests •> of- "Mr Roth's cousin. George Roth, and Mrs. Roth, since Sunday. Caruthersville ; i Society ^Personal MetKotitei Youth Reception ReV.lihd Mrs. Floyd. Brdvper entertained approximately twenty people of the Metliodist Church Wednesday night, at a reception at a, reqep'tion at 8:30. Miss. Lillian Kelly, sponsor of .the senior league, was also a guest. The group, led by Rev. Brower, ewjoye'd vrtrfdlis' games ""until"'refreshments of assorted sandwiches, hot chocolate, and cake were served. Afterwards tliey joined in group singing. Pot-Luck Lttiicheon ,. The n>*hibers of the- Wednesday Luncheon clu^ met at the home o'f Mrs. ;A. P: Neifind- this week for a pot-luck luncheon. High score;, bridge prize, a quilt- 'd card table cover, was won-by Mrs. Gvoldie PipKer,' and; Mrs. A. P. Kiersey; Sf., bridgoed" to^ deceive a double deck of cards. The club will meet fiext Wediies- day with airs. Homer Turner Wednesday Night Ciiib Meets- Mrs. dick Neely aii'd Miss Elizabeth Fields were fcfitf'gu&ts- of the Wednesday Night Bridge Club this week when-it met with Mrs. Vester Bush. •".'•.High score Swafd went to Mrs. Doris Downing, second h'igh to Mrs; Ralph Gob'din. and ; Mrs. Pauliri6 Go'odwin b'ri.dgoeU The hostesses served a desert course . at the conclusion of the garries. ^ . Mrs. Doris .Downing will entertain, the-club" tft its next meeting. * * • . Entertains Idle Hour C'lub Mrs. ^J. L: Roebuck entertained members-of the idle Hour Club at r^ home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Earl M ; Goppage won a pair of pictures for -high score prize,: Mfs. Joe B. Henley a- vase for bridgb pVize, arid Mfs. George K-. Reeves received a nut 'crusher for low score prize. Following the games, the hostess served shrimp salad, crackers, pickles, "and- stuffed angel food cake. • : *'*'..•' Maurice Ward of Kerinett was in Caruthersville Tuesday evening. Miss Mary Ellen ~Fr"a ; zelle of Deering visited here with her uncle, Frerich' Speer. Tuesday. Mrs; J. c. Davis is confined to her home this week with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Schult and Mrs. Mary Oliver went to St. Lcuisr Wednesday, where Mr. and Mrs. Schult attended to business "and Mrs. Oliver expected to visit for a week or ten days with her son. Mrs. PhUlip Aquino and children, Joe. and Jane, left Wednesday for Jackson, Tenn., where she will spend a .few days visiting relatives. Mrs. George Murphy left Thursday for Washington, D. C., to visit for a few days with her mother, Mrs. Sybil Moffitt. She plans to return to Caruthersville for a short time before going to Los Angeles, Gahf., to join Mr. Murphy, who is employed there. Miss Ernestine Wilks and' Elzie Musgrave went to Kennett Thursday night to visit Miss Judy 1 Smith', whose mother was fatally" injured m an accidcni near.Kennett Tuesday everiing.' A daughter. Donna Kay. was bom at St. .Joseph's Hospital in Memphis, to' Mr. arid Mrs Mervin Hickerson of 241 Hill Street, Memphis, who are former residents of this city. Mr. and Mrs.. Giribrd Edgerton drove to St. Louis Monday on a business trip and returned Tuesday. Mrs. John Bailard of Deering l who has be'eri in the Memphis Baptist hospital for a month following an abdominal operation, has bteri returned to her home here. J. W. Curtis of Caruthersville was dismissed from-., the Blytheville Hospital Tuesday. In the tropics, the greatest obstacles to telegraph lines are termites, ^which eat the poles, lead cables, and various kinds of insulation. ~r ' '• "• _- ' - '' _. -• , ( . . COMPLETE HUE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORE R.R. and Ash Sis. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. G. M. Whistle, Manila, admitted. Jeff Horn, peeririg, admitted. Mrs. Herman 'Banks. Steele, admitted. ' 'Mrs. Noa'li Curtis, Steele, dismissed. Mrs. Arthur Vance, Annorel, dismissed. Mrs. Annie Moore. Tyler. Dismissed. Memphis St. Josipli's Hospital Dorothy Puliam, Caiuthersviifc admitted. Memphis Wieihodist Hospital Philip H. Laden, Steele; admitted. Of all the stars; Alpha Orfohis sends the most heat to the earth. DUO-THERM'S Power-Air Unit Saves up,to 25% in Fuel! To relieve distress easily,- quicfclyi rub threat,.* VAPbRufi USED BY J OUT OF 5 MOTHERS Expert Radio Service Home and Auto Radios AH Work Guaranteed Phone 676 Montgomery Ward Wfilr PAY MORE? i-—Short terms considered as cash. 2.—Everything,..everyday, the best for as LESS. 3.—Largest variety in town—Meats—Poultry—Groceries. *-—-Prompt delivery town or country—No long waiting. 5.—Quality ^riexcelled-^Never undersold any day. All tHese & More at tiie O'ne & Only RITE PRKL GRO. & MKT. 111-113 E. Main in BlythevHlc LIBERAL TRADE ' ¥ FAST TERMSr D UO-rHERrvI i» outselling all other fuel oil heaters in America! This amazing heater gives 3 times better heat distribution —from floor to ceiling! The Power-Air blower — exclusive with Duo-Therm— gives same positive heating as modern furnaces . . . saves up to 25% on fuel, over a heater without Power-Air. Most efficient burner made . . .radiant door for direct heat . . . handy dial control. See .the many beautiful imod-. els—for heating 1 to 6 roomsl; HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. J. W. Adams, .Mgr. 2C6 W. Main Phone 233 About; one-third of the 1000 volcanoes on the earth are active. officer, and'Frank'whitworth arc m< ; cTUn S Nov. ; 4^at the Hiil home, to be the principal speakers. HAIIRISON'S AtiTQ IARTS & GARAJG! i SERVKJE STATION General Rep»i?5nj, Welding Aeroi« from Red Top din Members of the', club are: Miss 1 ' APPY GRO.& VBCC DKLIVEStT lit W. Main St, Phone 15 Circle* Have Meetings. . Program topic used for the four circle meetings of the Woman's Auxiliary O f the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon and night was "How Lsad Others to Christ." The devotional was based or. "The Fruit of the Spirit Is Temperance." .. In. the three afternoon circles and one night circle, the principal .project discussed was assisting the Red Cross with its sewing, having | .already -contracted•• to make a! j His talk on "Peace T> was divided j nunifccr ,cf convalescent robes. So-! ,,. _ \ mto thrc c sections.' dealin* with ! cial -hours followed business ' ses-' W E personal .or.individual pea ce. national peace and world peace. The ./program, was planned by Mrs. John C, McHaney. devotional leader and Mrs. E. M. Terry, program leader. , Congregational singing of "America' 1 and "Onward Christian i>.I- chers" opened the program. Mre George -W. Bar ham read the scripture from Isaiah; Matthew . nncl John after which E. M. Terrv'Sr ! led in prayer. " - " " '-. Pattersons ty'lk was followed a -silent meditation on the thought, "My. Responsibility for Bringing Peace." Mrs. McHaney conducted the meditation and closed it with a' short prayer. The group was dismissed with the singin* of "God Bless America" and the: missionary benediction. t Ushers were'.''Sites 'Dorothy Cross and -Miss Anita .Paye Beck The church Was dscorjrted with chrys- .., in the circles. , Mrs. G. W. Dtllahunty, president! of the Woman's Auxiliary, a guest i of. Circle One. gave the program! at the meeting of six members of I this group at the home of'Mrs. j James B. Clark. Mrs. D. C. Me- i To relieve Misery of 666 COLDS Trj : Linmu-tU DANCE EVERY. SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE & Mrs. .lessee Stitt '•'•••'• - J. T..Sudbury IT ONLY PER MONTH To Use Jour » •*• v t-/^t; JL ULU t JELteGTRIC WASHER 2 hours per day, 4 days pc.r month! •H4Rfi TO BELIEVE? -.^. - HERE'S WHY! „ Most women use, their electric washing machine on an-average of 2 hours per washing, j"washings p-cr •month, in putting out the family wash. 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