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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 20, 1940
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: PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar 'THURSDAY'S EVENTS , : ArrnoreI '"Parent Teacher association 'meeting 2:30 o'clock in new Armorel school, Mrs. D. Hammock entertaining Thursday Dessert club at Rustic; Inn. : Altar.Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, 8;o'clock, at American Legion Hut. ~Mrs. Russell Barham entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Cee-Que Bridge club meeting \vityi Miss Frances McHaney. Mrs. W. H. Bradberry having Y. M. Bl club. Mrs. A. • Conway entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. G. E. Keck having Thursday Contract club. Miss Whilworih Engaged Tc Donald Veneman Cole. Mr, and Mrs. James William Wh'it worth announce the engagement of their daughter, Capitola, ; to .Donald Veneman Cole of Chicago, LI., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cole of Centralia, Mo. The wedding will be solemnized Dec.. 1 at the First Methodist church. by the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor. ( Miss Whitworth was graduated fronv-the city high school where she received numerous beauty nuii- ors including that of carnival queen ^during her senior year. For the past three and-'-one half.-years she has been connected with the Arkansas-Missouri Power corpora- j tion. , . Mr. Cole attended the Winterset, la., high school and the University of Iowa at Iowa City where j ^ | he was a member, of. the Delta Chi fraternity. He. is with Hubbard and Company -with headquarters in Chicago. * * • * Plays 'With Club. • Mrs. T. L. Heaton played cards .with members of the Friday Contract club Tuesday night 'when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Jesse M. White. Miss Virginia Nunn won' the prize in -the games whiclFr^ were followed by refreshments. . * * * . Tuesday Club Meets. ' Members of the Tuesday club \vere entertained with a party .Tuesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs.'Jesse Taylor. • - Awards went to Mrs. James J. Mrs. Audreanel Freeman. Pickren and Mrs. Joe G. Triesch- j * • * * mann at the conclusion of the games. The hostess served a salad plate. , " S 6 £ .'..-• Has Party for Mrs. Gardener and her great grandmother, Mrs. E. W, Tullos. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Heaton had as their guests Sunday Mrs. Hea'i ton's mother, Mrs. W. F. Copcland, and her sister, Mrs. Waba -Chandler, of Union City, Tenn. Charles' Crig^er Sr. is attending to business in Memphis today. W. A. Black of Vicksburg, Miss., 'returned home today after having visited his son, Farnsworth Black, and family here for a week. Mrs. Iflj i.Farnsworth Black and.. Miss. Ruth **** • Butt motored him as far as Memphis. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Black and their guest spent the day "in Covington, Tenn., where the Blacks formerly lived. .Mrs. Ralph Cohoon of Chaffee, has been called here because . of the illness of her brother. Henry Westbrook, who is in Blytheville Hospital. Oscar Tillman Ls ill at his home, 105 East Sycamore stret. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter, Miss Sara Jo Litttlc, and Mrs. J. Faris McCalla spent Tuesday In Memphis. j Mrs. W. L. Stcgall of Jackson, | ' Tenn., came Monday afternooU -jtor ! a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. Minyard. Miss Elise Moore, who has been ill at her home at 700 West Walnut street, will probably be confined to her bed for another week. Bob Porter spent the weekend in Little Rock. King Matthews, formerly of here and now of MarshalHown, la., returned hcxnc Tuesday after having spent four days here with his mother,-, Mrs. -Polly. Matthews, and his sister, Mrs. Gerakiine Matthews Osceola Society—Personal Racy Plaid WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, "1940 Greene. D. G. Moore, who returned to \JISS JOAN K. MARTIN, ^A daughter of- Mrs. Deacon Martin, went to the recent United Hunts meeting at Belmont Park m" a gray tweed suit- with jacket in the new, longer length. Patch pockets are extra large. • was served by the hostess' mother, Memphis Baptist hospital Friday, will probably remain there for another week. Mrs. Moore is with him. mar R °Bers. Miss Perry To Be Homeco New Pastor Arrives The Rev. W. J. Spicer. new Vs- tor of the Osceola Methods church, arrived in the city-Frid-tv and • occupied his. pulpit Sund-iv morning and evening. The Baptist Presbyterian and Christi'uri churches dismissed their services at mght and joined in welcoming the new pastor. •' The Rev. Mr. Spicer comes to the Osceola church from Wynne whcic he has .served for the past-three years. Other recent pastorates rune been Booneville and Clarendon Ark. He is a graduate of Hendm College and has also done summn study at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Spker is also a native of Arkansas 'and attended Arkansas Teachers College. Conway, and has done extensive work with the yoiin" people's department. They have one son, William Leach Spicer, also a graduate of Hendrix. He is employed in Conway. • ' £ * i.: Gives Deer Supper Dave Gwaltney, Osceola jailor, and Mrs. Gwaltney were hosts to ten persons, including members of the sheriffs force and Osceola police department for a deer supp«n at the jail Friday night. Mr. Gwaltney killed the four-point deer.near Horseshoe Lake early Wednesday morning while visiting his brothers-in-law, Gabe Enochs and L;t- Reviews Book Mrs. Everett "Elencgcar. missionary ni;ogranv leader, gave a book 'review--' : a1 the meeting of the. Bitsi- f ness* Women's Circle o"f the First Baptist church Tuesday night at Mrs. Homer Gardener 'of Tupelo, i chei home .of Dr. Edna Nies.- Ark.,, who with Mr. Gardener visited Mi'. ' and Mrs. B. A. Lynch here Tuesday, was entertained with a • "coca-cola" party given by her .hostess at the Lynch home. Mrs. Gardener, the former Miss Alta Garlington, made her home here for several years. .Fourteen of her friends were, invited to the party. informal morning She reviewed Foy Johnson, Farmer's book, "Publishing Glad Tidings." Plans were made- for preparing a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family. During the social hour, which followed, the hostess -served pumpkin pic with coffee. . Queen At Joiner Miss Anna Louise Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Perry of Joiner, was elected Homecoming Queen of Shawnee school in a contest concluded Tuesday night. A member of. the senior class. Miss Perry was nominated for this honor by' other members of the class and competed with a representative from each of five other classes. . These representatives will serve as .maids. They are: Miss JBetty Obcrst,. .Miss Margaret- Vrooman, Miss Ann Wilson, Miss Dot Speck and Miss Rose Red doch. : - ' ' ' Miss Perry will, be crowned during the half of the six-man foot- oall game between .Shawnee and Marion, to^be held Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Shawnee Field." Captain N. R. Hosey of the Shawnee squad will crown the queen, in a ceremony in which the maids will also participate. Choosing of the queen 'from among the six representatives was made 1 at a benefit motion picture performance Tuesday night at the Joiner theater when a filnv of the Guests were Mrs. Eddie B. David, Blytheville; .Herman Spicer, Luxora; Jake Thrailkill, Webb Greer, Garland Trammell, Dave Young. Homer Quinn, M. S. Waggoner! manager of- the" Federal Compress and Warehouse, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Skinner. * * * Gives Birthday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Teaford were hosts to six guests for a turkey dinner in their home-. Saturday night honoring the twenty-fifth birthday of their son, Edward Teaford. . . ,,' ,./ v/ •"in addition to potted plants and fall Dowers used in the home, white candles in crystal candelabra xvere used on the lace-covered table. . * . Following dinner and card games, the party attended the; Gem .Theatre. Guests were Sam Hodges 'Jr., Yott E, ^Whitmore,- Harry Mattock, Donald R. Werte', and Millard Tompkins. . r '. Attends State Meeting 'Several agricultural leaders i of Mississippi County were in Little Rock Monday and Tuesday for- the annual meeting of .the Arkansas MISS NANCY BAYNES, popu- •Y 1 lar New York society girl, is shown in the paddock at a recent race meet at Belmont Park, L.'I in a smart black, white and red plaid suit with moderately full skirt and a short Jacket. Miss Buck Honored At State University Miss. Churchill Buck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck; was one of the eight students on the University of Arkansas campus at Fayettevflle, elected this year to the Swastika club. To be initiated into this club, a Have Business Meeting Plans for caring for the M aple i . Alabama ' Tcnncsscc Grove Cemetery during the. winter ! sh ££ n ' . months were 'discussed at a meet- ' was ing ' of the , cemetery association The .sum of $123 netted from the event will be used for benefit of Thanksgiving gift to the Vera Lloyd Orphans' Home at, Monticello. Mrs: Sam Coble, Mrs. T. V. Conner and Mrs. T. F. Spiese were named a committee to plan the annual Christmas party in the country home of Mrs. Baker the Commission, were led by Mrs E D. Rose, Mrs. Harold B. Tillman, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs Searcy Mears. Visitors at the various circles were Mrs. - Sherrcd Segraves of Trenton, Tenn., Mrs. Carl Gore Mrs. Harry Coley and Miss Cora Hogan. ''• . • * * # Attends Sister's Wedding Mrs. L. T. Lawrence and son. William .Truman, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Roy Smith of Clarksvule, Ark., are expected home Thursday from Lebanon, Tenn,, where they went two .weks ago to. attend the pre-nuptial affairs and wedding of their sister, Miss Elizabeth Rose Beard, to William A. Stryker of Newark, N. J. 1 The wedding 'will -be solemnized Tuesday. morning, Nov. 19, at the First Presbyterian church in Lebanon by the bride's brother, the |Rev. James Beard, pastor, of the ast Lake Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Ala. The bride, who .was reared in Lebanon, is a gifted musician and organist and attended Cumberland University. Mr. Stryker is a bacteriologist with a large dairy firm in Newark where" they will live. * ' •« * Mr, and Mrs. w. p. Hale spent Friday afternoon in Crawfordsville 'visiting their son, Holt Hale, and wife, and their new grandson, William Merritt' Hale, born Nov. 3. Miss' Inez Kincaid was a business visitor in Blytheville Saturday. Mr.', and Mrs. Leslie Speck spent the weekend with her parents in Wynne. '.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams had as their guests Sunday, Franklin Robinson of Clarksdale, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Robinson of Memphis.* Mrs. Breland Adams of Muskogee, Okla., returned to her home Friday after a visit of ten days here with* Mrs. R. M.;Fletcher. Mrs. Adams, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cleaver of Muskogett when they came to visit their--daughter, Mrs. Lester.M.Bickford. Mrs. Harry Driver and Mrs. W. E. Johnson are in Memphis Tuesday on business. ; Mrs. John Andrew Edrtngfcon had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Nutt and Mrs: Minnie Winn of Paragould; and Mrs. Ida Little, Mrs. Hazel Stevens and children, Marian and Janes of Jonesboro. . Mrs. Sherrod Segraves of Trenton Tenn., is here ; for a visit wilh her daughter, Mrs.'"A. E. Thorne and family, and the .family of her son, G. B. Segraves. She spent last week afc Hightower with her son. " I Cluisten Springfield when gifts ' will be T ^ rlov Segraves. arid family. She brought for the Christmas tree then given to needy families at Christmas. .'.'..•"'. Mrs. R. C. Bryan and Mrs. A. F. Spiese were also named the committee to decorate the Presbyterian Church for the •community Thanksgiving service oh Nov. 28. Migrant I'rob'em Studied will go from here to Memphis to visit her daughter, Mrs. James Cartwright. Miss Betty Branch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Branch of Pecan Point, is treasurer of the Y. W. C. A. at Gulf Park College; Guff- port, Miss. A second year high schol student she is a member of the Glee Club, the Practical Arts The. Rev. W. J.. : Spicer spoke to Club and of Delta chi si § ma social rt »-»i rvi>^ 7>r\v.^ <j-i-F 4-1-.H. ^^^«. u . *_i c^» SOI Ot * t-J'. • *.,.,' the members 'of the Woman's Society for Christian Service at the church' 1 Monday afternoon on the migrant sufferers f he had met and Farm , Bureau Federation and to ville - and ministered to in the Arkansas I Mrs - James D " Bill DLllard has-been out of school several days "with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Quinn and were Mem- Tuberculosis SanitoVium at 'Boohe- Tuesday .afternoon at the home of | the footba11 team, Coac\i J. A. ™,.«. TT> tr TTsit j Puckett announced. R. C. Branch^ of .Pecan Point, was. in charge of the securing of Mrs. E. V. Hill. Twelve members and two visitors, Mrs. J. G. Barnes and Mrs. Dosha . - Mick,'were present for the business , film wnich he obtained from session and social hour. • tno Tennessee Athletic Association. student must-be outstanding in the ( A salad plate was served by the social life of -the campus and main- j hostess, tain a'high grade point. Miss Buck, a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, is a sophomore at the school this year. ; . « * * W ' ; : --Club Party Given The weekly party of the Double G Bridge dub was given Tuesday night by Miss Mildred Moore at her home. At The Hospitals BlytlievUlc Hospital Shower Recent Bride Mars. "• Frank • Mathenia, ., recent .bride, was honoreU' with' a 'shower giyetv Tuesday'.r-night at -the home of Miss Betty Grimes and Miss | Miss Dorothy Taylor, citv, ad- Tiin^if-f* f"?_i*i wi «*- * ! _.. i i. A. _ _i **• serve on various committees. - Charles R. Coleman. former president of Ihc Mississippi County' Farm Bureau, is chairman of the reception committee and also serving on the credentials committee. Voting delegates are F. E. Tompkins, newly-elected president, of the Mississippi County organization; L. H. Autry. Burdette; R. C. Branch, Pecan Point; H. C. Knappenberger anfl Charles Rose of Blytheville. Alternates are .Leslie Speck. Charles R. Coleman, W. F. Wilson- of wll-.. son. •;••'•• « r .« C Auxiliary Meets ' Mrs. W. J. Driver was hostess toi 23 members of the Presbyterian .Auxiliary in her home Monday jtfr tevnopn. • with Mrs. : W. j. - : -- ; - i ~ : '" Mrs. irBUl;. Robertson. Lone Oak, Jr.- sh'aring hostess, honors.- admitted. Juanita Grimes. The guest of honor was before ! mitted. Walls Hospital • Refreshments were served during j ita Shelton was high scorer among the games. Prizes went to Miss I the 15 players. Low score prize went Sara Jo Little for high and Miss Margaret Shaver for second high. ' -.. . * >' Club Has Guests When Mrs. W. W. Shaver cnter- tertained members of the Tuesday Conn-act club Tuesday afternoon at her home, .she also had a-s her puests Mrs. George Roth and Mrs.; W. S. Langdon. . i her marriage. Miss Earlinc Graham. | Glcnettn Wilson, Holland, ad- In the bunco games. Miss Juan- jtnittecl. Miss Helen Spicer. city, admitted, rrank Grant. Osceola. admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Houston Caudle, a daughter. Tuesday night, weighing four pounds and fifteen ounces. Wencfc Hamilton, Hebcr Springs.! to Miss Virginia Scott. A Thanksgiving- motif was used j in the decorations and the sand-. wich plate served after the games;. Plan Ucncfit Party Plans for a bridge party After, the 'devotional message from Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs.- G.'"Heartsill Banks sang a solo accompanied by Mrs: E. S. Driver. Mrs. .George Dickcrson- told of the refugee mi- \ grants in our country. ' ] phis visitors Monday. The condition of Mrs. J. W. Mayhugh who has been confined to her room for over-three months'is unimproved. Ben Butler, Jr., Billie' Edring- Carey Lawrence, Billie Reid. and J. C. Radford of '.Memphis, president of the realty companj will organize a banking insttt tion there. This realty company was forr ed at Blytheville two years ago though all members "of the f , are non-residents. -They are: w Lyori, E. O. Jewell of New Orli ans, and C. L. Merritt of New ~ J leans. Although the firm formerly owd ed property in Blytheville, it dof not now own any here The new building, ' purchase, from the owners, Leo Saen^er ar A. F. Miner, is to be remodeled.! Newport has had but one ban! since 1930 when the '•, Arkanst Trust Company was closed in N< vember of that year. The American Export Lines' 15,000- ton S. S. Examiner, eighth of a new fleet of 16 ships for the East Indian trade, will sail «* the seas under the sponsorship of -12-year- cld Mildred Nicol, above, of Bronxville, N. Y~ following its launching at Quincy, Mass. The young sponsor, daughter of Robert Nicol, now in Calcutta as the steamship lines' manager, was born in Italy, came to the U. S. from Spain last sum• mer. Oklahoma Couple Marks Diamond Weddinj MARLOW, Okla. (UP)—SeventJ five years ago. in September, 186.T a young Civil War soldier and 1 Tennessee girl four years his senicl were married. .- [ Recently, James R, Arnn,' nol 94, and Mrs. Arnn, 98, celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary J a party with a few relatives an friends. I "We've had a happy ife," .Am) said, "probably because I never fu:T with, her." CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Mat tie Asher wishes to thank friends and neighbors for the kincl ness and sympathy shown durin their sorrow, the flowers, and services of the Drs. Cooper and tij Hanna Funeral Home. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Blytheville Reality Company Purchases Property; Bank May Be Opened The Blytheville Realty Company i has purchased a building in New- j cort. Ark-., which is to be the' home of a new bank to be formed there, it has been announced by Marcus Evrard, attorney for the company. . . • * Mr. Evrard has returned from Newport 'and Little Rock where he consummated the deal whereby the company purchased the building vhich formerly . quartered the now defunct Arkansas Trust Company. The price', was $22,000. While the Blytheville Realty Company is only involved in' the propcsed bank organization as owner of the building, it .has been announced at Newport that Edward G. Lyon.of Providence, R. L, For Sale Practically new living room suit) Price greatly reduced. 513 Madf son Ave. 20-pk-J Wanted to Buy Wanted to buy good used pian| Phone 379. Every day, women are findiil the headaches, nervousness, cram/ like pain of functional dysnemoi rhea due to malnutrition are ri] lieved by CARDUI. It usually creases appetite, livens flow of d| gestive juices and so improves gestion. Thus it helps to bui resistance to periodic distress many. Others find help for p odic distress by taking CARDUI few days before and during "tl time." CARDUI has been populi for over 50 years. Adv. CHOICE OF MILLIONS STiSlJOSEPH ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! 3—5x7 Easel Photos, one in gold tone tinted in Natural Colors. 3 LIMITED! TIME ONLY,. .. BELT'S STUDIO Phone 809 Mrs. B. H. Covington df Me , n . |'were guests of the Paramount Club phis was a guest - for -• a chicken, fry at Grider Memorial Park Wednesday night. ' Baptist. Circles Read Courier News want ads. Herman Fortune. CXsceoIa, dismissed. the executive of o[ j Sherman Fortune, Osceola, clis- ; missed. . McHaney was high and l man James .V. Cate.s. second high. The affair will be given at the j Mrs. Jess Led ford. Steelc. dismissed. | Woman's club. Proceeds are" to "be Mrs - Pcrcy Crov:. Cocter. dis- Strdy Art ' j Mrs. P. L. Englcr was chairman ! of the pjogram on ' art presented ! at. the -meeting of the Delphian ! Fine* "Arts group Tuesday morning I afe the library. • j She based her .'• talk on Walter l wmoughby:s/'It ,Is Fun To Draw." { which is concerned -with the funda- 1 mentals and .commercial aspects of pencil .drawing. The renowned draftsman, Inges,. was also discuss- ",Mrs. .O. w. McCutchcn used L. A. Doust's "Water Color Drawing" for.her talk, and Mrs. W. T. Oberst, his ^Manual ori Pastel Panitings."' Has Birthday Party ^Because it'was her fifth birthday. Joan Freeman entertained 12 of her friends at~a -parly at her home Tuesday'afternoon. J Her 'sister, , Jimmy Frances demons, and^ Helen Clau-e Dickinson supervised, thfe games vfhich were played-during the afternoon. Birthday cake with ice cream _ ^^ to buy new piano for the Sub- I Bits of News Mostly Personals (( Mrs. Irma Banks. Holland, dis- j missed. Mrs. C. C. Kelly. 'city.. dismissed. i Memphis Baptist Hospital Eri:cc Stone, Osceola. admitted. Following the tpening prayer Oby Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. George Doyle led the program on Foreign Missions in the Life of the Church, using-Mrs.,-Percy Allen. Mrs. H.-C. Davidson, Mrs. C- B. Driver. Mrs. H. J. Hale and Mrs. R. c. Bryari on the discussions. Plans were completed for assembling and packing a box of clothing and foad and cookies i'or the MIDDLE-AGE WOMEN HEED THIS ADVICE!Thousands of ^vnmcn gosmillng thru "trying times" with Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound—rarr.oxis for over 60 years In rc- ' There were 47 women present, .in the four circle meetings of 'the Womans Missionary Union of the Baptist Chiirch on Monday' -'afternoon in the' respective' homes of Mrs. F. E. Tompkins, Mrs. Jake Thrailkill, Mrs. Ada Butler am! ratlOU IID IIT MlfSUT Mrs. C. M. Horton. .-- : u " ': . •»**Wll UP Ml UlUnl "Devotional lenders were .Mrs. F. Put 3-purposc Va-tro-nol up each nos- Ei Tompkins. Mrs E R Reid" Mrs ^1 . . . (l) It shrinks swollen niem- Cov E" Scifrcs and Mr4 "Willi-Tn brancs; (2) Soothes irritation; (3) ^S«.£.Y ?i ^ K " V Wllluun Helps flush .nasal .uassagcs, clearing .Stewait. Pi ogi ams based upon mn- mucus, relieving transient congestion. tenal found in the. Arkansas "Bap- mmmmmrtt mmm mt*a* *•**• tist Home .Missions Magazine, and YlvK.5 VA"TRw"MvL HOW TO OPEN 2JAQE THAT CLOSES fc, tional troublcs.Try if. DANCE j Brittany is a province of north- | western France. A peninsula, bor- ! derins on the English Channel, its! i4jiv inhabitants arc known as Bretons. 1 STEAK SANDWICHES^ SERVED •Terle has returned tor haviiv/ spent two weeks HI, not Springs with her great uncle. D.j^ Tullos. and Mrs. Tullos * My Ueal Relief for HEADACHE CapuJir.e quickly relieve* neadachr *Tid soothc.i tcnpc, ujisct ucrvcw. Act.» quick- bwiusc it's H«juid. Knnally Directive for ncu- Talein and muscular acbrs. To)'<rw directions < Liquid CAPUDINE EVERY SAT. 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