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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 15, 1940
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u PAGE TWO, BLYTHEVILLE. (AHKQnboURIER NEWS ft-r- Sociil Caieodar 'SATURDAY'S -EVENTS ,Mrs v Elton. W. Kirby, arid Mrs. W, I* Homer entertaining Chapter Ji -of the P. E. X)l sisterhood, 1 o'clock at Kirby. home. Install New Officer* ,. . New officers of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters o! the Confederacy were installed Thursday afternoon at the meeting' of the group at the home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman. Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. John Smothermar were co-hostesses with Mrs. Berryman. Officers installed were: Mrs. Charles Alford, president; Mrs. W L Den ton," first vice president; Mrs W. M. Taylor, second vice president; Mrs. Ralph Berryman' secre- tatry; Mrs. M, ^Fitasimmons, corre- spontir/ secretary; Mrs. Boland Green, treasurer; Mrs. Edith McCool, .historian; Mrs. W. T. Oberst registrar; Mrs. Taylor, custodian. ;Mrs. Obecsk retiring president and Mrs, James B. Clark reported on the meeting of the state division at Forrest City recently. During the -program period, Mrs Clark paid tribute to David Owen Dodd and Mrs. Berryman played and sang a group of patriotic numbers. A salad course was served by the hostesses. The Berryman home was decorated in ^Fall flowers, anc Confederate jand United States flags had been set up. » * " » Has Parly for Clttb . \ Mrs. Otis .Shepherd had a party for members' of the Double Four Bridge; club and three guests, Mrs. M. T. Burr,, Mrs. Marvin Critteh- den and Mrs. T. J. Barnes Thursday afternoon at her home. AS a background for the games, the hostess had arranged bouquets of ^chrysanthemums. A salad plate was served after the games in which Mrs. Ed B. Cook was high scorer. * * • -All Club Members Attend Bridge Party All ttie members of the Thursday Contract club attended the party Ijiven Thursday at the home of Mrs. : ,F. B. Joyner. -Autumn leaves decorated the luncheon, table on which placecards in a similar design were arranged High score prize In. the games was ' presented to Mrs." Henry Humphrey. • » * Plan Christmas Supper Elans lor a ; Christmas supper to be given .at the Rustic Inn Tuesday night; Dec. 17, were made at a meeting o fthe Past Matrons and I i Patrons ' club Thursday night at the home "of Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Names were drawn, and at the party,' gifts will be presented. Eleven members and three guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. Willie Mae ( Aiken, were piesent. During the social hour, rook and fiddlesticks were played. Prizes in Suit Of Contrasts mmu Caruthersviile Society—Personal He Is Responsible For Dearth Of Fur-Trinuned Suits By LUCIE NEVILLE NBA S«rrlce * Staff Corresponded HOLLYWOOD.-Stylists can talk about the Peruvian influence on clothes, military trends, and vogues started by this actress or that .society leader. But basically, California's styles are dictated, - by the weather. No amount of ballyhoo j about what "they" are wearing, for instance, is going to popularize fur* trimmed suits here, it's too doggone Monday Contract Club '/' Mrs, James Tipton, Jr., was hostess to the,members of the Monday Night Contract club this week with Mrs.. Perry Butler as a guest. 'Mrs. Ed James won the $ high score prize, pictures, and Mrs. Carl Baskin bridgoed to ' receive glassware. , Refresliments of assorted sandwiches, cake and coffee were served at the conclusion'of play. : ' • .'"••* • Married Couples Club i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reeves?were hosts' to'the .members ,of the ^Married Couples Ciub. Mrg. Walter Bernard won the high score .ladies award, costume jewelry, and Louie Medcalf won the men's high score prize, a knife watch fob. • , ; The hostess served a salad and dessert course with coffee. The club will meet next with Dr, and Mrs. Harry Baker. p * * •>.-',• Pinochle Club - ' "Mr. and,Mrs.:H. P. Thweatt entertained the members of'the Caruthersville Pinochle Club at the FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1940 / * Rood building on ..Ward Avenue. Mr. Baird practiced his profession here for several months some five of six years ago. . '' 4 Those from Caruthersville who left Monday morning' .for Olney,' 111., to 'attend brief funeral services for P. E. Wheeler, -who died here Saturday night, were: Mdmes, E. C. Pierce, Charles Ridgley and Paul Harner, Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Ridgley and son, Charles David, and Miss Helen Clark. : ••''Mr. and Mrs. w! G. Phelps, who live near Gideon, Mo.; were in .this city Monday. Misses Minnie, Josie and Emma Mohan-have moved' from the Dillman Apartments to their recently tens tructcd Thome • in ' Braggadocio. Mr. and Mrs.'' Fred '.Chauvin and Mdmes. Harold Popham and Lloyd Rogers ^vent to : Cape Girardeau Monday to attend the funeral of David Schultz, month-old son » of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schultz, wijo died there Sunday afternoon. Bill Nolan. • . wh'o has been om - ployed in St. Louis,, is here visiting for a few days with his uncle, Carl Baskin, and Mrs. Baskin, He* 'plan? to' go from here to : his home in Parma before reporting for duty Mrs. Hwrlin Prince, who will remain for a longer period. ' vMrs. Earl Davis and Miss Loree Young of Monticello, Ark., are visiting their sister, Mrs. Sidney Doster and family this^ ,week. Miss Loraine- Echols' returned Tuesday from Mountain Home, where she had been a guest of The Rev. and Mrs. Lyman T.-Barger, Brisco Depriest and Rex Payne of Bruno, Ark., are visitors this week in the -Walter Matlock and Ervin Keeter homes. The Batpist Womehs Missionary Union met Tuesday with Mrs Walter Matlock. A. good program was presented by Miss Irene Barnwell A pot luck supper was enjoyed by all. Mrs. J. g. olive is President of the union. tiie United States Army. Among' those; who attended. 9 Legionnaire dance 'at Kennett Monday night were Misses Dorothy Ann Newsom, Aileen VCoop,crihan and Evelyn ,Acuff, and Messrs Jack cold to wear them at night; instead I home of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Rob- Woodson, Lawson Stine, and Buddy you will see fur wraps or topcoats' *"«>«. Sr.-Mrs. F^ed- Henley and " r " over plain suits or -dresses. And there aren't any occasions where Hollywood can wear these Paul Horner were- the guests of the club: ' ; The group attended the "Jitney Wilson. High score., a wards 1 went to Mrs. ,W. J. Peck, a potted plant, and to Mr. Peck,' a' tie," ' •-. : The hostess served ice cream pie luxurious suits during the day. Any Cupper" at the Presbyterian Church time you catch an actress leisurely I.before going ,to the Robinson home lunching in town or going to an j for their card ' afternoon bridge, yo can figure she's a very minor actresi or "at 'liberty." . SUITS ARE BACKBONES OF STARS' WARDROBES / Not that they don't like. thsi fashion. Studio designers say that . 'Miss Vestal-Essary arid Mrs. Hoyt .invariably when they, make a dressy i Cain were in Memphis Monday. r tpwn suit collared in mink or .Per- .Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Neifind and sian lamb, a star will exclaim, ] Mr. and Mrs. •James Ahern left "Oh, I'd love to have ; that!-. .••'.'-. I.Monday morning for 'St. Louis upon but where would I wear it?" Same ['notification that Mrs. Neifmd's bro- with long-tailed cocktail dresses I ther ; Will KaJiman. had died sud- | and velvet afternoon frocks. Jctenly. They, attended the funeral Strong contrast appears in screen star Barbara Stanwyck's striking trow n and mustard country suit. Skirt and the full-length coat are of herringbone tweed. Jacket has handknit front and sleeves, combined with yoke and pockets of the tweed. Gloves are yellow doeskin. hostess for the -weekly Thursday Luncheon club party. Playing with the club members were MJCS. Floyd A. White, Mrs. James H. Bell and Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes was high and Mi's. Everett B. Gee, second high scorer in the bridge games which followed lunch. Miss Nancy Kirshner was a Thursday night at 'the Cee-Qur •Bridge club 'party given by Miss rook went to Mrs. George W. Pat-Elizabeth Ann Wilson at her home terspn for high and Mrs. L. .-M. Burnett*; for second high and in! fiddlesticks to Mrs. Aikeu. Pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream was served with coffee, * * f » McClurkin Speaks At Father's Night Program W r D. McClurkin, superintendent of schools, was the principal speaker at the annual Fathers' night program of the Sudbury Parent Teacher Association at Sudbury school, |f His subject was "The Health or the Child". Mrs. O. E. Quellmals opened the meeting with prayer after wliich Raymond Zachiy read the president's message. Group singing was led by Graham Wright. William Beswick sang "God Bless America". Miss Nannie Clarke Chrysanthemun)s were the flowers used in the living room and a a Thanksgiving .motif \vas carried out in the other decorations arid plate which \vas in the salad served. Ml«y> Maurine Branson was high and Miss Prances Holland, second high scorer in the games. Miss Kirshner was also presented a gift. *. * " Kitchen Shower Given At Club Tarty Thursday A kit-chen shower for Mrs. Virgil Boyd, who with Mr. Boyd has recently moved into the Mick, apartment on Ash street, was given at' the Y. M, B. club party Thursday! afternoon nt the home of Mrs ' W. T. Bums. i Yet. .suits, of any .Jdnd except. furred are the backbone of every actress' wardrobe.. And you'll see sorri nice ones, in the* movies, jnow being made, _Uiat .will, release this coming spring. '" . ; Lucille Ball's -screen wardrobe services Wednesday. ,,Mrs. E> C. .Masdon and grandmother have* returned from a two sn Sneed of Tulsa r . Misses Ernestine Wilks, Charlotte Kay Miller, and Beatrice Jenkins for "Three Girls and a Gob" jn-|£peht Monday in Memphis shop- eludes three suits. One I like best P.ihg- is a brown and'beige herringbone 'Mrs. J.'A! Green and son, Jerry, tweed, single-breasted, . . one-but- of Jackson. Tenn., came Wednes- fcon t with a back pleated from &iy to spend'two weeks visiting her yoke to belt. 'The jacket's "siimi s J£ ter ' M ". Virgil Davis, and fam- i * ... •'_.-* " - - • - '.l f *»-J!' ^ixA^iie, tu ijijmc- -. esung^wiree-niece^/sull^.ior ^yerree of a death which j TeasdBe^p ; : wea'£:dn ' ^U>Ve '"Thy' Con way for some Npi6-hhnr'»_-'4 : nW™w«oW;ii^'-iv^£ta";i / motored to the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, stopping at Biloxi and other points of interest. They wsre delayed In returning to Blythe-! ville because kept them in Conway for somr time, but after having spent last weekend here, returned last nijht. Mr. Stout, who has lived in Biy- theville for a number of years, has been making his headquarters hi Little Rock for the past four years after having become district supervisor of the Arkansas Revenue Department. Their new residence is one of and long. - the • skirt .straight, '"at short, both •showing 'Miss ,Ball's umph to advantage; NEW JACKET £(X>KS LIKE Dyess Personals A 'pie supper was'given at the community building by. the Baptist Adult Union Monday • night. " Mrs. - JRoy Fennell; : > Mrs. A. L Holland "and Murrell bfehe Dallas attended- the Arkansas' Library Association conference M Little Rock on Thursday and ^riday. ' Dyess Central -'Parent'-'• Teacher "Association met irrthe high "school auditorium, Monday for their regular:'monthly session. A .• program on -'Homes" was presented by Miss Irene Barnwell, the program chairman. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.. Hal torn returned Saturday from Little Rock, where they had visited Mr. ana Mrs. W .E. Haltom, Sr. •:The Rev. T. N. Threlkeld, Pres- I'byterian minister from ! was a visitor here Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Matlock. Miss FJree- da Matlock, Mat and. Walter Matlock, Jr., were recent, 'visitors in Marion. • Mr., and. Mrs. Tom Keller of Leslie, were week end guests with their daughter, '.Mrs. Edgar Sulfridge. They were accompanied by Mr. and paa designed An, •*• inters ' Neighbor"— a : combination.' aiid . pin-stripe flannel.' . "its .-. liip- length collarless jacket ilopjcs .more like a 'jerkin, having a'Slide-f&stefied closing instead of the usuaUbutton- and-buttonhole line. ' ' • ''•"•' V' Another zip-up suit is-'oue ' of three jn. Marjorie . Weaver's screen wardrobe ..'. for "Michael Sna'ync" ~a French blue -woolen, -.shadow striped, in white, aud • deep rose'. . J. .C. Daxas, who has .been ill j with a severe cold at. her home' returned to her duties at the 'Undertaking Company, s., Ernest Hazel returned to-her duties- Monday folloxv^ng.i absence'because of a 'tori- 1 silectbmy. Mrs. Hani*''Baker' substi- Ujted for her during the' week. ; V; Mr..and Mrs, John Riggs of Little Rock,' visited here from Thursday; .until Monday* with Mr. and Mrs: Dyer Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyer, Sr., and other friends. -Miss Mary Crews Jopiin left Monday' morning, for- Indianapolis, Ind., 5 : where she will be employed in the regional"FSA • office'...: -Miss FOR WOMEN If fidgety nerves; restless nights and other distressfromfemale functional disorders keep you from having fun in life —take JLydia.-E, ; Pinkham's vegetable' Compound ~ famous for over 60 years In helping such weak nervous women during "difficult" days. WORTH TRYING". Mrs. Hershall Phillips Heads Club At Dyess DYESS, Ark., Nov. 14 — Mrs Hershall Phillips was elected presi dent of the Dyess Home Demon- straaon Club Council for 1941 at the annual election held at the club room in the High school biiild- mg Wednesday. She succeeds Mrs M. M. Hmsley. other officers: Mrs E. B. Baumez, vice president; Mrs Melvm Stanford, secretary-treasurer; Mr.s. Bill Minor, reporter and Mrs. Clarence White, chairman. At The Hospitals Walls HMrttal Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Hay wood Holsclaw, of Manila ,-• a daughter Thursday night weighing eight pounds,' eleven ounces. - '•:••' : 'Miss Prances Wall, city; dismissed. C. T. Ratliff, Steele, dismissed. BJytheville Hospital Hampton H. Brazzell, Atlanta. Ga., admitted. ' Prank Asher, city, 'dismissed. Pauline Whatley, • city, dismissed •Henry Westbrook, city, dismissed Parvin McDermott, city, dismissed. Anna Lou "Self, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Lorene Griffin, Osceola, admitted PUMPTY WALL -BELOW THEY HEARD HIM BOAST /. \ PALL JUST SERVE ^, . _ 11 ii * -.-'»» ••*»*v\- ^^«^vi • V4u\^^/ j. v-njc.. .-->.,* — , ~ — — — •. — -——• vhree. recently-.completed m that in bofh .skirt'and long'jacket ;: the J °P lin Previously has been employed -block adjacent to Walker Park, stripes are .placed..'up-and-down i^'^ 6 FSA at LaForge, Mo.; and whicn also has several other new. only the ^modified" doJnlan : sleeves W.jpsition-which-she has-accepted {..atj Ojjdianapolis. is in .the nature of la 'promotion for' her.. '. Johri-"T; Baird, St. 'Loin's' attorr ney, hfl.s. located in Caruthersville houses erected there. It is colonial in design and has five rooms. using .: the material'- ,horizontally for contrast. Several informal affairs are be- ,.-The-vogue for "actual men's'and ing planned m compliment to Mr . boys' jackets hasn't been followed and Mrs. Stout. Bits of News Mostly Personals Smith was accompanist- for musical numbers, all Miss Eloiso Ramey, who attends Guests at'the party were Mrs' Christian college at Columbia, Mo... Jchn Burnette. Mrs. Ray Mann ofjis spending this week end here with Wilson, liouseguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. and Mrs. Sid During the business session, the) Jones. Mrs. Burnette became f treasurer reported that $130 .was j member of the dub. cleared from the Halloween carnival sponsored by the association. The group voted to give $15 to supplement the library fund. In the room count. Mis*, Alma j Burnette. Peters' room won the upstairs prize i A Thanksgiving motif was much on -the Coast, but manufacturers are preparing for it by designing 'women's coats in left-to- right buttoning, using man-tailoring and men's wear suitings. Figure they might as well humor-the! feminine customers but still keep [ 'em buying in the women's departments. J Especially popular now are the soft camel's-hair and flannel jack-1 els with hand-picking— Galifornia' calls it "basting stitch"—leather buttons and lapel initials. Lots ofi fcnit-and-tweed sports suits, too ! and is opening up an office an' the LIQCiD. TABLETS. SALVE, MOSE DROP5 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.j Barbara Stanwyck has one that ' ( uses mustard-and-brown herring- John Burnette and R. C. Cole- bone wool for a classic topcoat man attended to business hi Mem- and skirt; instead of a matchins and Miss Mary Hubler's room, the downstabrs priee. The hospitality committee com- ^ T r , 1Bo ¥ d ™*eived ™fr prize -phis Thursday. They attended the jacket, it's a hand-knit one of. Mrs. EUou Poster; low prize -am 3 meeting of the Memphis Wallpaper I mustard yarn, with pockets belt Mrs. W. H. Bradoerry traveling association at the Pan American' buttons and yoke of the tweed • prize. Guest prize went to Mrs. Wallpaper company. 'Looks more ".special- than either; F. Pearl Hires will go to Union ; a twin jacket or 8 f City, Tenn., this afternoon for a rieci out in Che decorations and the dessert coiu'se which was served with, coffee. " [I ^ posed o! Mrs. George Shamlin, Mrs. Tim stes and Mrs. George Shanks 5 To Take Study Course served refreshments. *• * * * Hes Guests At Club Three guests were ,,. w with members of the Mid-Week! training course, "India•rFirsTDoor.* Bridge dug for a luncheon party} were marie at the meetin°- of trie Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. ( group Thursday night at the home Louis Cherry. They were Mrs. James ; of Mrs. Jack Parker J. Pickren, Mrs. Elton W. Kirbv! The meeting was ont>n«d and Mrs. T. K. Mahan ' " ' Plans were made for the Young ' Woman's Foreign Missionary so- j clety of the First Church of the entertained t Nazavenfi ro take the missionary <vith visit with her daughter. Mrs. J. W. t . . Dunn, Jr., and family. She will! was high among the club members i sided and -Mrs. Pickren, among the i Mrs. Noble Bunco Party Mrs. MeCuliav « tor | on the patch I Parkftr offered the bfue Mrs. Russell ^W'ert and Mrs. Nor-! •» * • vel Humphrey entertamecl I? \ Sir. and Mrs. stout guests for a bunco party at the* Arrive Hern to Rrsidc vterl' home Wednesday aftmioon } Mr. and Mrs Russell White MeCuliar v;3* presented Mt>5 ' F- L> raising the most "mtmev WyUe spcnt b "KM money Good For the County Fair return Sunday. j SOUTH DARTMOUTH, Mass W. A. Black of Vicksbure, MissJ JU^-A potato grown by Thomas came Thursday to visit his son i Ryan not only WCI ? hs two Pound? Farnsworth Black, and family here! butu te sha P ed Iike a calf's head until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs" Black J Wllh . eyes ' ncse and mouth - ! m- and Miss Ruth Butt, met him in P resslon s showing clearly. Memphis. • ! "~" Jimmie Van' Burton. W. C. Col-i ston. Herman Grimes and R. A. 1 Nelson are In Cincinnati. O.. for the 22nd annual convention of the' American Bottlers of Carbonated; Beverages. j Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Perigan ...... are attending to business in Union cause tt goes right to the seat of the "ru- Tonn TI»PV r»in« ^-voM,r« trouble to help loosen and expel cu,. Tenn. Tl.ej plan to teaun germ laderv p We gm, and aid nature i to soothe and heal raw. tender, in- and- r\Tri. Hlrcm flamed bronchial mucous mem- How To Relieve Bronchitis Creqmulsion relieves promptly be-. in Mem- branes. Tell your druggist to sell you phis . a bottle of Creoraulsion with the ua- Mrs. R. A -Nelson is able to be ' ^fi° dl j?? you must like the wa.v It cut after having been ill for several gfftft * *" I weeks. Oscar Bailey and Jivmes Guard JPrizes m the game went to Mrs. Jack Matheny for high score j.'to who inarried O:t. 21. have ( arrived here to make thuir 1io:nc. Mrs. Frank Peters for low score! Mr. stout and his bride o-and to Mrs. Norman Speck forUuer Miss Martha Bailey' of' Con rrar*!!™ - ~ . r Tnura^yraftK^ocarwnen^she'was Louis! Mr. - stout and "onde buying for Mead's. CREOMULSION f, Chest Colds, BronchiHs FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY i Matinee I Oc & 20c Night lOc & 30c Men Against the Sky with Richard Dix & Wendy Barri . '- DON'T TAKE YOUR EYESIGHT FOR GRANTED • - Even though your vision is not impaired, working under conditions that will strain your eyes may sooner or later mean permanent damage. It's .much better to find out whether you need glasses for .reading or close work. than to neglect ,yo:!r eyes - just 'because you can still'.see. ' Let Dr. J. L.' Guard,, graduate optometrist, determine the true condition of yourf- eyes. Latest Modern Equipment GUARD'S Jewelry & Optical Store SATURDAY Xassidy's Best! Clarence E.Mulford's**\1 THREE MENii FROM TEXAS f -HERMAN 3 8OOUC- ON Cart « an & serial "Grct.i i*» s s-how frcm ia.-15 to 11:30 p. 'm. 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