The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1940 · Page 3
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[URSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1940 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Carutliersville Society— Lst Matrons Club iMrs. H. T. Simpson and Mrs. J. I. Davis were hostesses to mem- Irs of the Past Matrons Club londay evening when the club met l the home of Mrs. Simpson. A l-licious buffet supper was served lid the twenty-two guests - were lated at card tables in the living Jm. Places were marked by nov- ty uirkeys in keeping with the* lason. Miss Josephine Faulk of leayune, Miss.,, and Howard Cunr Jngham and Tom Markey were lesis. iPollowing the dinner the officers |r the coming^year were installed "an impressive and elaborate cere- /.• Mrs. Mona Helm, Mrs. H. N. l-nold and Mrs. Jack Hart, planned lid directed the ceremony. The 111 owing" 1 officers were given robes lid badges befitting their office lid each made a short calk: Mrs. pward Cunningham, president; rs. J. Thos. Markey, vice-presi- jm; Mrs. Russell Brooks, secre- Jry; Mr.s. Henry A. Boone, to-easier and Mrs. H T. S.impson, his- Irian. JMiss Faulk was made an honorary lember of the club and was pre- jnted a gift by Mrs. Arnold on Thalf of the club members. •The Christmas party was plan- rd and _ ways and means were dis- [ssed following the election of the officers. JThe retiring president, Mrs. E. A. iwg, made a speech of. apprecia- Im for support and cooperation Iceived from the members. ' . * *. * ... i,: )!: Je-oo-n JMiss Mary Jane Bennett enter- lined the members of the^Re-oo-n |ub. and their guests, Mesdames W. Cook, and George K. Reeves liesday night. JHigh, score award, a purse, was 3n'. by Miss Mildred Tinsley and |e guest prize, a compact, by Mrs. >ok: ; . | A'/-salad course, assorted sand- and tea were served later in le (evening. id Jk Bye ' |Mr]s. Hillary Lee was the guest the Bid & Bye Club Tuesday eh- it was entertained by . Mrs. |hr>-Garrett. 'i (Mrs. Amos Recker won high score, Irs. Ralph Goodin second, and Irs.'Ed Huffman bridgoed. [The hostess "served chop suey at le conclusion, of play. iTlie, club will meet next with |rs,-Ralph Goodin. ^ e * lesday: Night Bridge Club |Mi\ and Mrs. : Reid Jann were the legts of the T^uesday Night Bridge tub thos^weelt when it was en- 1 * '-'* - '^ '-" •-'' * 'r® and Mrs. Floyd _ |Mrs. Gordon Wright won .the lies' high score prize, hosiery, and . Chilton won the men's high lize, a tie. |A "salad .course and coffee were wed at the conclusion of the Pin Can Party" I Eighteen members and one guest, |rs. J. E. Green of Jackson, Term., the Gleaners Class of 'the. Bap- Nt -.Church met at the home of Irs." Ralph Johnson on East 7th Ireet Tuesday night for a "tin j.n party." Each member brought |i article of canned goods and the fts'i'were put together to make a hanksgiving basket to be given to 1 deserving family. [Mrs! Ray Bickford led the de- j-tional which was taken from the |th ^Chapter of John. A regular seting was held with the presi- Int.rrMrs. Monroe Abernathy, pre- Ilirig, and a social hour was had. I .-r, . ' .#. * * hcky; Nine Guests jMisses Marie Stanek, Mary Newt lirr 'and Mrs. Perry Butler were I • T / » LAST TIMES TODAY :ity for Conquest with James Cagney and ,. Ann Sheridan iramount News & Jan Garber's Orchestra. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAY tatinet lOc & 20c Night lOc 30c UGBOAT ANNIE SAILS AGAIN [vith Marjorie Rambeau & ; Alan Hale USTEN TO KLCN a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. lone Ritz 224 Fbone Roxy 322 BOXY THURS. & FRL Night lOc A 20c SAVING BOYS FROM THE tOAD GANG! GITIVE C O I U TU Alio selected shorts .FUNNY BUSINESS "But, Chief, doesn't youi v duty on imported meats make it prohibitive?" guests of the Lucky -Nine Club Monday night when Miss Mary Mehrle entertained. Miss SteneK won the high score award, a box of Early American soap. Miss Mary Myrtle McArlhur won the traveling prize. a ; box of candy, and; Miss Jewel Williams bridgoed to receive a bon-bon dish. The hostess served a dessert course and coffee later in the evening. Jolly Nine Miss Swan Naylor was hostess to the members of the Jolly Nine Bridge Club Monday night, with Mrs. C. W. Curlin, sister of -the hostess as .guest of the club. High score award went to Mrs. John Van Ausdall and second high to Mrs. T. R. Osborne. Both prizes were hosiery. The hostess served creamed chicken, a moulded -salad, olives, and coffee. The Thanksgiving motif was carried: out in the tallies and favors of chocolate turkeys were placed on each plate. ': ' . •..' * * # Y. W. A. Study Course The members of the Y. W. A. met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Brown Monday night. Mrs. Brown was in charge of the program which was a study course on "Foreign Missions taken.from the book "Publishing Glad Tidings." by Poy Johnson Farmer. The lesson which is in two parts will be finished at the next meeting of the organization. At the end of ihp program pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream was served. Entertain With Dinner Party : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herman entertained a number of their friends with a dinner and card party Sunday evening. at their home, in honor of Sam Kramer's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bernstein and daughter. Gladys, and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kantor and son. Maurice, Harry Nathan' and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kramer and son, Stanley. * * -s Mr. and Mrs. Henry Certain of Huntsville, Ala., arrived here Tuesday • to spend the week and the Thanksgiving holiday with their daughter, Mrs. Childs Berry, and family. . .. Mrs. Leon Scott spent the; week end in Memphis where she visited with her sister, Mrs. Wesley Oakes, and Mr. Oakes. Mrs. Bernice Moad, daughter 'of the- late Mrs. Kate McClellon of this city, left Wednesday for Los Angeles. Calif., where she will join' her husband and make her home. Forrest Evans, head of the Baptist Orphanage in St. Louis was here Saturday and Sunday as the guest of-Rev. and Mrs. D. k. Foster. i\Tr. Evans preached the sermon at. the Baptist Church Sunday morn- Ing. Johnny White has returned home from Memphis where he attended a life insurance course last week. Mr. White will bo local representative of the National Life 1'nsur- ance Company. Mrs. Dick Gnllinn and daughter. Condrn Gail, of Gideon, spent the week end here visiting relatives and friends. Barney Knnlor and Jake Bernstein were in Memphis late Monday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Lawson left Tue.s- duy for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Wright imd other rchxtlve.s in Fulton, Ky. . Mrs. Sam Dick pi-son and children, Doris June and Stimmie Leah of Greenville, Miss., arrived Wednesday night, lo visit with Mrs. Dickevson's mother, Mrs. Prod Williams and other relatives. Mrs. Dickerson and the children accompanied Miss Mary Tipton Ross. who teaches music in the school system at Greenville and who' will" be here'for-Thanksgiving and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ross. Mrs. Harry Puckeit of Fulton. Mo,, arrived here Wednesday, to visit with her 'mother, Kirs. Fred Williams, anfi other relatives over the Thanksgiving holiday and the week end. Miss Mildred White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert White of E. 8th .street, arrived Wednesday after a visit of two weeks with relatives in St. Louis. Cleo Garrett of Steele was in Cnruthersville Tuesday on business. Miss Lila Edgerton resumed her teaching duties at Hornersville Monday as the cotton vacation period has now ended. -V. R. Mnssey and delltind Mew of Wardell were hore on business Tuesday. Mrs. Alvln Dunnvant, who 1ms been bedfast with pleurisy for the past two months has recovered to the extent that she is now able to sit up at her home. Six Individual Jelly Molds * J. T. Holt, son of Hugh Holt, is ill with pneumonia at the home of his father near Caruthersvillc. Mrs. R. R. Tipton and Mrs. W. T. Jamison of Tiptonville visited here Monday with Mrs. Perry Butler, who is Mrs. Tipton's daughter. Monroe Abernathy and children, Don. Ann, and Pay, left Wednesday for Pontotoc, Miss., where they will visit with Mrs. Aberrmthy's sister. Mrs. J. S. Harris and family, until Sunday. The children will remain in Pontotoc while Mr. Abernathy will go to Starkville Friday to attend the Ole Miss-Mississippi State football game Saturday. Mrs. Bertie' Crawford and Miss Eva Shibley of Memphis visited here Tuesday, with Mrs Johrinv Garrett. Mrs. M. G. Burge of Columbia, BUY YOUR TURj( EY WITH YOUR SAVINGS IN>N*RD* Stock up now and save, at this low price! Made of extra hard aluminum! Save you time, work! Vacuum Coffee Maker Makes 8 (5-O2.) cups of coffee! Use on any stove . . . heat-proof Pyrex glass! Easy to clean, tool 32-PC. DINNER SERVICE FOR 0 ?6 to $7 Qualify! Choice of 2 patterns! "Buckingham," a narrow 22-K-gold-on maroon border ... OR "Mardi Gras" a gay floral of green, red and blue! First quality American semi-porcelain! 53-Pc. Service for 8 W«« Creamer, sugar & 1 8 soup plates 1 * Reduced I Cookie Cutters 53-PC. 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Lonon, who have spent the late sinner and full season in CtmithcrsvIIto looking after business matters, are leaving this week for Tampa, Fla., where they will .spend the winter'. M. Ureni -uul cluuuhter, K\is«:ib»«ih and Miss Merdell i3nrneu .left Wectne.siiay for Baton KOURC, La., where ihey will visit until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Brent's ;;on Albert Breiu and family. . ;Cyril Uendrieks, formerly of Little Hock, Ark., lias taken 'the position ul assistant, l,o L. D. Harper secret nry-tmisun.»r-nwiMger of the Production Credit Association hero He ha.s had .several yeur.s experience in: this line ot work. Announces Pemiscot Ked Cross Chairmen . t , QAWHEHSVJLLE, Mo Nov 21 --Rev. vviiyno W. Gray, local Pmsbytcnsin minister who i.s Pemi.s- cot. sounty Red cruss Roll Call chairman, Wednesday announced soJcction of community chairmen, and the number of memberships to LT contrl *>«"°ns osstoied lnoh immunity. Canither.sville is assigned GOO members nnri $1500. O. E. 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