The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 19, 1940
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BLYTHEVILLE ' (AHK.) COURIER NEWS ».. | Social EVENT* XfcolraJL Parent T*»cher Assocla- ; tMQBeettnc 3:00 o'clock at 'school . preceded by executive board meet, tof »t 2:30 otlock. < Y -^Dbrwobd- 5 Home Demonstration ^club .having bingo party 8:00 "o'clock at' Dogwood club house. Mrs. IV -c. Rose entertaining Town and Country club'. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeti&c eight o'clock with Mrs. Adolph Weinbert at Oceola. Mrs. Toby Long entertaining ADC v Bridge club. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mi's. C. A. Cunningham, ' Mrs. Charles L, Wylie having Delta Contract club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS - "Armorel Parent Teacher association. meeting 2:» o'clock in new Armorel school. Mrs. D. .Hammock, entertaining Thursday Dessert dub at Rustic Inn. ' Altar Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring ' htagtf party, 8 tfctock. at American Legion' Hut. Mrs." Russell Barham entertaining Thursday Bridge 'club. 'pee*Qne Bridge club meeting with Miss Prances McHaney. > Mrs. ^W. H. Bradbefry having Y. M. B. club. , Mr*_ A. Cpnway entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. r Double Four Bridge club meeting; with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs, G. E. -Keck hating Thursday Contract club. . k Miss Pauline Ulm Weds " Hermin ^Turner. Mri and 1 Mrs. Cecil uim announce the 1 marriage of their daughter, Pauline, " to Herman - Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Turner, which" occurred Sunday eight at Caruthersville, Mo. The ceremony was- solemnized at the: home of Magistrate B. H. Huffman, who read the service. 1 Attendants to the couple were _ Miss Dorothy Saiinders and 1 Glen Stroud. Mr. and Mrs. 'Turner .are both graduates -of the city high school. Mr. Turner -is how' connected with the BlytheviHe Bakery/ Eor the present, they are making 1 their home with / the . bride's parents, at 62Q North Clark street. Present Service Program A Royal -Service Glamor Deb Of The Year program on -'Europe - /Amid Persecution*" was presented' at. the- meeting: of the Womaii's Mitttaaary rjnion of" the First Baptlst^chu«tffMonday\after:- r noon. .Mrs, WaltcifpSrooks" wa&lead- -«• .,.',' The meeting was opened with tile repeating of ,the watchword and the Lord's prayer m unison. Mrs. Bishop and Mrs., Arch Lindsey gave the-% devotional and prayers were offered by Mrs. R, L. Reeder and Mrs. -Bishop/ The following talks were made: ."Conditions in Europe Today", Mrs. ' J."J. Bwing; "Christianity in Europe" Mrs. C. E. Johnson; "Baptist Worlt In Europe; 1 , Mrs. Alvin Huffman. The meeting was closed with prayer 'by Mrs, Brooks. Christmas — "•^•"» ^•"^~r^'*fjiB FDinS ; ••'.- . t>«t».Yv-i in lunaun. v Plans for Christmas activities re P° rts were made. r ^ "••"*^vjfc*»«»o OlvlM V *wACQ were discussed at a business meeting of 31 members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Pirst Presbyterian church Monday afternoon at the church. - Mrs. T. K. Mahjui gave the devotional on "Stewardship of a Trust." Musical accompaniment for the scripture readings was provided by Mrs. James A- Overholser. ,. Tne - Bcv. .James A. Overholser "pastor of,;the.-church, reported on «ie> conference of the National Christian. Mission conducted recently in LittIe~Rock_ --„ --—-~—• «^wi|j «J.1U 117 titltU Members of Circle Four served games which followed telxeshmenU during the social "Mrs. Parker served hour. tie Reck for the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Arkmnsaj Masons. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart went to Memphis today where 'Mr Smart will undergo a major operation at Memphis Baptist 1 hospital, Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs. J. M . Jontz and Mrs,,E, R., Dickinson will go dowiv tomorrow to be with him. Mrs... p. D Underwood, who underwent, a tonsjllectomy -about 5 .ten •days.-ago. at-a Memphis hospital, is now steadily improving and will be able to be up the latter part of the week. She was able to have visitors for the first time today. Well, it seems to be-settled at last, if you were wondering wno's going to be the 1940-41 season's "most glamorous debutante," it's Mary Lee Abbott, above. In a recent New York contest, a noted beauty expert, a popular illustrator and a society photographer gave her the title study at the meeting; of eight ' members of Circle Four at the home, of Mrs. F. L. Husbands. Mrs. E. B, Williams was co-hostess. Plans were made for a -spaghetti supper, the date of which is ''to be announced; later. * e y Execute B*ir|l Meets V , -, i ' -/ : Fitteeri members of tn'e exequtive f ' " board. Woman's Council,. First Mr " and Mrs - B - B.'.Wilson of Christian" church, met Monday af- Belleville, Tex., are visiting Mr. 4- A*. _A.». - L -i « _ VJU llerrtM*c* ftof-tfiv* T\,T^*» Tn T »r¥_ _ __ i _ .. ternoon at- the home of Mrs. George w. Patterson for a business session. . ' . Plans- for a Woman's Day program to be presented at the church Suntiay; night, Dec. I, were completed. Material % for ,Red Cross garments were distributed among the members, as the. Council plans to spend Us meetings swing for the Red Crass. Mrs. John C. McHaney presided over the meeting which was opened with group, singing and the Lord's prayer in unison. Various monthly . rrhe hostess served a dessert plate th coffee to those present who mcl udcd one visitor, Mrs. M T President Entertains Young: „,._ Jack Parker, president of tlic Naxarene Young People's Society, entertained the members at a business and social meeting at his home Monday : niglit: • .-• Sixteen members wero present to discuss-plans for the work of the group and to take part in t the chiffon pie with coffee. pumpkin T: T. A. To Meet "Home, Sweet Home" will be the topic of the program to be presented -Wednesday afternoon at rhe meeting of the Central Parent Teacher association ac 3:00 o'clock at ^the school. An executive board meeting af2:30 o'clock will precede me general conference. In connection with the program '" ". M. Nrxon xnU make a short Mrs. A.03."i'a]rfield will talk " . on • "Home from a. Mother Teacher's Point of View." and Circles Members r of the four circles ol - the' Woman> Society O f Christian ^Service^oT the First Methocliit church met in the homes of various . v roembers" , Monday Bible, stadiec.". Egi-ibecn members ,of Circle One ; met-at the home, ot Mrs W D MeClurMn, The ^ Bible study W given by Mrs. o. N. Hawkins mitted. At The Hospitals Blythcyille HospHaJ Mildred Fowler, city, ad- Lieut, w. A. Randle, Hayti. admitted. " Walls H03pit;.I Mrs. Alphia. Chandler', Cooler admitted. Mrs. Arnold • Fowler, • Manila, admitted. Silly Wayne Stover. Deermg, ad- milted. Mr?. Theodore Cole. Steelc. admitted. Max Duncan, : city. '.admitted. " Brcnice Jarrett. Burdette, admit ___ led. ••..•: - •''• txfternoon for} Johnrjc Williams. Lcachville ad Biu of News Mostly Mrs. M, W. Lewis To Head North County Council Mrs, M. W. Lewis, of Dell will ad the North Mississippi County Council of Home Demonstration clubs during the next year a$ a result of the annual election conducted Saturday at the all day meeting and Dutch luncheon at : the Woman's club. Other officers chosen to serve with her are as follows: Mrs. E. A. Craig, of Dogwood, vice president; Mrs. C. J. Little, of Yarbro, secretary; Mrs. G. P. Scrape of Dogwood, treasurer; Mrs. James Bell, of Armorel, reporter. • A picture on "Flower Arrangef ments" was shown by William Lawshe who, also distributed booklets on the same subject. Mrs. W. S. Langdon gave the members a recipe for rolls and Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county : home demonstra- lion agent, talked on "Kinds ^ of Fcod. for a Balanced Meal" and "Mattress Making." The meeting was opened with group -singing of ;> God Bless America" and the pledge to the flag,Mrs. Scrape gave a reading -a "Here Comes the Flag." The Council voted to send $23 to the state fund for ,the 4-H club house at Payetteville. , A Christmas party to be given at the club house Saturday, Dec. 14, was also discussed. Mrs. W. D. Howard wili be chairman of the committee for the Christmas party. She will be assisted by Mrs. Scrape. Mrs. Belir Mrs. C. M. Abbott and Mrs. Lewis, On the menu committee will be Mrs Essie. Davis, ,chairman, and Mrs. W. H. Dyess and Miss Cole- 'man; Rev. R. E. p a rham Conducting Pull Gospel Meeting Rev. R, L. Parham The Rev. R. L. Parham of Baxter Springs, Kans. t is conducting an evangelistic meeting at the Full Gospel Tabernacle at the corners of Lilly and Vine streets. Services will be each night this week, except Saturday, at 7:30 o'clock. The yisitfng evangelist Is a son of'the late Charles P. Parham, founder of Bethel Bible college. He is as well known in his own right, now. serving as editor o£ the Apostolic Faith paper which is the official organ of the Pull Gospel Apostolic Faith movement. The Rev. Clifford Thackeiv pastor of the church, .has announced that the Rev. Mr. Parham will speak on the following subjects for the remaindefvbf the week: Tuesday nighM'Demonology" illustrated by a- handpainted chart; Wednesday night. "Pund-amentals of the Christian Faith"; Thursday nighMT'Miraclcs . of New Testament" with pictures; Fr i d a y -Action 'centered in the Balkans night—"The Picture of Bethel Bible college Where the Outpouring ,of the Holy Spirit ; First Fell Forty Years Ago." '-'• • •.••'.',,: Dr. To Speak Here Sunday Following services :^ in Temple Israel Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, Dr. B&i-uch Braunstein, of New York City, will be a guest speaker. His address will be in behalf of the United 'Jewish Appeal comprising three organizations that are raising funds to alleviate"thoie suffering from persecution in Europe and to help settle in other countries those .who fin^ 'themselves homeless. Dr. Braunstein is an "effective speaker;-his me~<^ will be of interest, as.he has intimate acquaintance with the proo- lem he will discus^ ;•', '•'••.. The meeting is'sponsored jointly by the congregation and by the B'nai BTith Lodge of 'Nqrtheas' Arkansas, with L. K Harwarg and E. M. Jaffee, respectively presidents of both .organizations, ;n charge- of TUESDAY, NOVEMBER-19, 1940 - arrangements. L, K. Harwarg will preside over the meeting. Members of the congregation and the lodge are urged to attend, it wa* announced by the committee in charge. Youth's Condition 1$ Reported Good Today Duncan; 1^, whose leg was broken Monday while playing soccer ball at the Central school, was removed to Wall*; Hospital 'later in the afternoon. Given first aid treatment at the Grimmett clinic he was returned to toe home of his parents, Mr: and Mrs. E." Duncan, following -the acci. dent but'. later it was decided to place him in a hospital! His condition today is very good. will. -by which a priest left his property* to another, was prepared in Egypt about 2500 B. C. ^ Read Courier.. liews want adi. BINGO PARTY Wednesday Night 8P.M. Dogwood Club House Can You Beat It? . Wilson's sister, Mrs. F. L. Engler, and Mr. Engler. They stopped here Sunday as they were returning from a Canadian trip. They plan to be here a week. B. H. Levy Is in .Memphis today, with his. daughter, Mrs. Norman Felsentnal of Chicago, who was brought to Memphis Methodist Hospital after having- become ill 'at her Chicago home. She is now improved but wfir 'probably-: bo" in the -hospital for about ten 'more days. Mr. ; Felsenthal, who accompanied her to Memphis'. -.has returned to Chicago and Mr. Levy i s 'spending much of his time with her. Among BJythevillc people in Little-Rock yesterday.' and today for the Arkansas Farm Bureau meet- 'ing are James J. Pickrcn, H. G Knappenberger, George Roth' Charles Rose and Charles Lutes. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Oldham and daughter, Miss Larene Qldham. and son, Larry, of East Prairie, Mo.. spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. Oldham 's niece. Mrs. Russell Barham. and family. . •Mrs. C. W. Ramey and houseguest, Mrs. LiUic Robinson of Sacramento. Calif., arc visiting Mrs. J. J. James and family in Halls. 1 Tenn. . Mr. and Mi's. -Jessec Stitt anri Miss Gpraldinc Ryleo fl'ere in Port Smith Saturday and Sunday for the meeting of the Arkansas Hotel Greetcrs' association. Mrs. C. J. Little spent: Monday night in - Bragg city; Mo., ^ with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E B. Rucker Major Tvy W. Crawfr.rd is at- . . tending: (o business in Little -Rock today. Pennsylvania Operates Movable Police School HARBISBURG, Pa.: (UP)—Pennsylvania's "movable" Police ochooi has started its'third year of .pro- .viding free instruction "for law. enforcement officers. /Since policemen and other :Jaw enforcement officers must • stay close to ^'the job, the school is .moved to the • students. Q31IJ TUESDAY ;/::r '' ftfatinec lOc &- 15c ; " - • Night lOc <fe 20c YOU'RE NOT SENN6 DOUBLE JHEY^RE BOTH JOE! JoeE.BROWN (^ FrUttfllOliRSOll . n A.COLUMBIA- PICTURE •-'.y-- * . •.-•• '"•"•'. • '•-. •- .• : : "- '•"/•' Also; Stranger Than Fiction, Fly t Popular Science i WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY City for Conquest with James Cagney and : ^ Ann Sheridan - - Paramonni News & Jan Garber's '. '''•?:-£-v •';.: ; :, , ,-Qrchesl'ra. • ''','.'.••. •'•... •.: TO' ».ib.—12:15 p.m.~4:30 pjpa. Fhyoe Rjlte «4 Phone Boxy '323 it OX Y TDESDA Y- WEDN BSD AY- BARGAIN . .NIGHTS lOc & 20c Constance Cougiilin could whip - tlc Rock today to hear Sccrctarv of Agriculturn Wlckard in a pub- - •• •«•«• «o «ui« J4lUllb £> of Mrs.' Elton W. Kirby. The ten i members present heard"Mrs. Harry ^ W. Haines give the Bible study. %:;-Mrs. JL L. Harp and Mrs. Bryant! £* Stewart were hostesses to 13'mem-' •^ bets-of Circle Three. The Bible .Vstudy was, taught -by Mis L lie address this '.afternoon. Mrs. Etta Jackson, Miss Ruli'. Wimpy and .Mrs. Hopkins, of Jonesboro, were called here Sunday" because-of the critical illness! of Mrs. Hopkins' daughter. Mra. J. B. Wimpy, who underwent' a v ^ V/V--M • major. operation at BlyttievilJe hos- *-^. r. c. r^eily. city, admitted, f-itas Monday night. r.nwin XXTollfx^n T •.-.-— . _ .1 ., _ -\ T,.. *•?-, — + _»* 'Viis. T. H. PIsnmious of'Cbav- lotte. N. C. 5 who has been visit- )t)g her daughter. Mrs. C. W Af- fiick. and family, went to Helena today to visit for a few days. She was motored to Memphis by Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Afflick L. E. Baker. Raleigh Sylvester. F. J. Gaines. Norman P. Moore ami Robert. E. Blaylock are in Lit- | . ' ^^~*"O« •—-»•-* v»v^ vuv* » LI \\j Mrs. S. S. stcmber» is in Ltt "P, a n j--ii^le omelette, IF she _ . aic-noei 0 us in Ltt- had ths ^ T&rigih to , Spln ^ ratchet-wheel of this 10-foot, 275-pound egg beater and IF she could collect enough eggs Tor it to beat Not intended for kitchenette use, the super-mixer was a feature of recent "' York hotel exposition. — —,„.,,, x.,,.^, aujintieu. . Wallace..Luxora, admitted AITS. Eugene Hambcy. city, ciis- , Mrs. C.,0.. Graves, city, admitted Memphis BaptijttHo.spU.-a Roy Rippec, Manila, admitted Bradley Minor. Dyess. admitted Head .Courieu News 'want- ads. WHY PAY MORE? >.T : pberst gave the Bible , _ considered —Everything everyday, at the Oi, c »!t Only BONNIE-BUTTER SERVED COLDS: FIGHT MISERY right whercM you feel it-wtth swift-acting- ' VICKS VAPORUB ANDINLO AUHIMWMAL.BARI tfAD » WTRIC UNO* MAKSMAL. BARBARA » MTRIC SNO HELEN ViNSOff RKO (TADIO PfcJure 5cre»n P!OY bv S X. Also Comedy BINGO •'.-Thursday, 21sl.; 8 p.m. TURKEYS, CHICKENS; DUCKS. 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