The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1940 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Will CwapUmeht . . ,,-afrs. Byrwi R. Morse • ', Mns. Byron. R. Morse of Little Jjlock,-<i*oent bride, will be complimented with an afternoon tea ' given." -Tuesday by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Byron M. Morse, apd /Mrs.; Ross D. Hughes, an aunt, 'at the Hughes home. ".Sharing honors with Mrs. Morse will be her mother, Mrs. John Tucker, also of Litttle Rock. Other guests from that city are expected. The affair will be from four until six o'clock. • * * Club Ha* Guests Three guests, AIi-s. Doyle Henderson, Mrs. ' J.'.W. Adams Jr., and Mrs. Joe Trieschmann, played bridge with members of the Delta Contract club Wednesday afternoon at the home . of Mrs. Charles L. Wylie. Mrs. Loy Welch received the club prize and Mrs. Henderson, the guest prize. A salad plate \vas served by Mrs. Wylie. • * * Club Has Party A mixed bouquet of late Pall flowers was used in the center of Mrs. Hunter C. Sims dining table Tuesday, when she was hostess for the Tuesday Bridge club party. Playing cards with the club members were Mrs. Walker H. Baker, Mrs. 'Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. C. -A. Cunningham. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas was high and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, sec- Shawriee Queen And Maids ond high in the bridge Miss Anna Louise Perry, who Was chosen Tuesday'.night''as'Home- coming Queen of Shawnce school of Joiner, .will be crowned Friday night between halves of the Shawnee-Marion six-man football game. She is shown surrounded by the other five contestants, chosen by classes, who will serve, as'her maids. : Reading left to right, top row: Miss Betty Oberst, Miss Perry, Miss Margaret Vrooman.. Bottom row: Miss Ann Wilson/Miss Dot Speck, Miss-Rose Reddoch. . of the Lange Parent Teacher as- His subject, \vas "Let Us Give Thanks And Count Our Blessings." Bill pbamblin, representing the senior class of the high school, invited this group to. present a skit at the annual community stunt night program on Dec v C. *»v»<. w «.^.«.«i.^ o tl > tu .u*i"»b j Iu . the room count, Mrs. Tony the games in which Mrs. Louis 'Clements' third grade" received the Applebaum was high and airs. Lo- P rize - VMM. *U£1* OVV*^i) it* V*1C VilUr,^ • i.1 m 1 ', games which followed lunch. -J -| Cation Tuesday afternoon at the ^ , • , ' C"Jir\r\r^l • ' • . •' ' Is, Hostess To Club When Mrs. Max Logan was hostess to members of the Friday Bridge club at 'her .home Tuesday afternoon, she also had as her guests. Mrs. Tha'd Nicpl and Mrs. James Terry. Refreshments < were served during ADC Club Meets The weekly bridge parly of the gan, second high scorer. M= - * Has Birthday Party „ - -.„_ , ,, „. Merrell Lloyd, son of Mr. and ADC club was given Wednesday Mrs. 'Sam Lloyd, celebrated his afternoon at the. home of Mrs. Toby seventh birthday by entertaining 43 of his classmates with a party in Lange -school auditorium Wednesday .afternoon. ' Games - played and. decorations used were in keeping • with the -Thanksgiving scheme. Balloons floated^ about the auditorium. v Priases in the games -went to Emma 'Coir Sfao&es and Betty Lou -Brown. Lateri the gifts were opened , and fruit' cmke and candy were '> served.. • ' '^*> Mrs^-Johnrjy Hocott and Miss *_ T^lildteci Moore, assisted Mrs. Lloy.d ^gin diwcting-the-.games for this 1 ;party.'' Last -year, on his sixth •£ "birthday^ Merrell 'also entertained^ ; ; for his school. friends] ~.~'~'> * * ~ * - Son Born Mr.-anti 'Mrs, Allen Huddleston ..of Brinkiey are the parents of a son- bom Wednesday at Memphis Methodist 'hospital. The baby- has v been named.Lee Stanley. . The* Huddlestons liave' two other children, both boys. Mrs. Huddle' » ston is. the former v Mlss §ve Harwell-of this city, , Son I}, -Born To Tormer Local- Girl - A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Wright, of Meiriphts, Saturday morning at Memphis Methodist hospital. The baby who weighed eight pounds and one ounce has been named - Douglas Marion. Mrs. Wright is the former Miss Doris Douglas of this city. Her mother. Mrs. Frank Douglas,, who hag bccu_ in. Memphis with her, came home Sunday afternoon accompanied by the Wrights' daughter, Gajl. Mrs. Douglas and Gail will return to Memphis Friday. :« * * Plan German Dance _ Plans for a German dance to be - given-Dec. 18 were discussed at a meeting-of the T. N. T. club Mon-. .day afternoon at the home of Miss Refreshments were served at the' conclusion -of the". 'games in' which: Mrs. Harold Schiiee was high and; Mrs. William Young was second high scorers. : ' Have Bunco Party Mrs. Jack : Ma and Maurice Van Hook entertained 12 guests for. a bunco party at the home qf Mrs. Lee Duncan Wednesday afternoon: "Prizes went to Mrs. Clarence • -Ei White, ^Jr,;' : for high, , Mrs. Pet? Boney;?foi\t low -{ and *.Mrs;v Huberti ' ' ~ ' _ A sandwich plate with hot choco-" late was served at the conclusion of Uie games. ,'.• '•.-.'• •*,••* * Arc Guests Of ' Club 'Mrs. -; Elton' W. Kirby and Mrs, Jack Brooks were guests of Mrs. C. A.; Cunningham. .Wednesday 'after-. noon. when, she had the Wednesday Bcidge club . party at her home. Snapdragons a n d chrysanthe-r mums formed the centerpiece of the dining room, table at whi<jli lunch was served. . ; In the bridge games which followed, Mrs. L. E. Old was high and Mrs. Kirby, second high. **•$•- ' . All Club 1 Mcmbers Attcnd Bridge Tarty All' the members -of the Town and Country club were present, for the party given Wednesday after- noon; at the country home of Mrs. R. C. Rose. The season of the year was the influence for the decorations which included arrangements of red berries in the entertaining rooms and tallies designed with late Fall scenes. Iced drinks were served during the : games. Mrs. G. G. Caudill received high .and Mrs. C. C. Langston, second high score prize. * *. :(. Presents Book Review Mrs. A. Nickol, of Osceola, presented a book review at the meeting pf Uie Sisterhood of Temple Israel in the home ^ O f Mrs. A. . . Weinberg in Osceola Wednesday night,' Eighteen members and one guest, Mrs. Evelyn Bisno of Chicago, housegiiest of Mrs. . Morris. "SUver- field of Osceola, heard her review Edna Perber's "A Peculiar Treasure." ' , ' During the social hour, "the hostess served iced drinks and cakes. The- next meeting will be Dec. 4 'in the: home of Mrs. Louis'Ap- plebaum.,. ; : , ' ._ ;,- '"'"U '•'"'•: : ''- !' * , *".'• '"* I. <'• ' • At The Hospitab $ ; Walls MospHal Billy Wayne Bradley, Manila, admitted. Mrs. R. W. Hatch, city, admitted. Max. Duncan,' pity, dismissed Prank Grant. Osceola/ dismissed. Mrs. Clyde • Newman and" baby , city,< dismissed. ;'••" • • • • • Edwin. "Wallace; Luxora, dismissed.. -,: / - • •• . - '- ; ','•', *• Gleuotta 'Wilson, Holland, • dismissed. ' - • « BJytheviHe Hospital Mrs. C. S. Stevens, city, admitted. ;Henry Ladd. Holland, admitted.' S. H. Strong., Cani'thersyille', admitted. . v .-/" ; Dorothy Cogburn, city, admitted. Lieut. W, A'. Randle, Hnyti, dismissed; • Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Howard Willey Jr; is spending a few days in Memphis having gone over especially for the breakfast being given Friday 'by Mrs. Willey Sr., and her daughter, Mrs. William T. Black r jr. for several of the season's debutantes. P. L. Engler and his houseguest, E, B. Wilson of Bellville, Tex., are spending a few days in Hot Springs. Mrs. Engler a.nd Mrs. Wilson are expected to join them there later. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock continues to improve at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent an operation Monday. Mrs. Wilson Henry entered Memphis Baptist Hospital Monday for two weeks' treatment. Mr..and Mrs. Everett B. G*e and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner' went to si. Louis today. They will return Friday night.; Mrs. Tommy Tiptoh and her daughter, Martha Jane, are spending a few days In New Madrid with Mrs. Tipton's mother.. Mrs. Emma Burn'ey of Mansfield, Mo., came this morning for a visit with her son, P. E. Cooley, and Mrs. Cooley. She will- be here for a.few days. . ...'•.. Among the Blytheville people in Memphis Wednesday night for the ' Beech-Sikes fight.were:'Samuel F. Morris, .Harry W. Haines, Paul Pryor; Mike Simon, J. p. Friend, W. J. Pollard, Farmer England, James Terry, Harmon Taylor, Oscar Fendler, R. ; E. Fendler, Carl Davis, Bert.Lamb, Russell Marc;;,Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .Allen, Joe "Craig, Jimmy Lunsford. . ^:':' Murray Smart is -resting- very well; at Memphis Baptist Hospital where he underwent a major.oper- ation Wednesday morning. His sister, -Mrs.. E. R. Dickinson, and Mrs; Lloyd- Stickmon, who went down to be t with him, retimied last night, but Mrs.'.Smart has remained there. . - - - ...':• THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21,' 19 Manila Society-—Personal Baptist Hospital Murray Smart, city, admitted. The .Gennan dauce as is customary will begin at midnight/Place of the affair will be announced . laler. ' ' ' • ;. The hostess served, a sandwich plate with iced drinks following the business session. •!' - £ Patterson Speaks George W. Patterson, minister of the Fust Christian church, was the principal speaker at the meeting 'S'SHOES Black r Suede, Brown Suede, Wine Suede, Green Suede, Black Kid, Black Patent, & Miss Gwyndolyn Smith Wins Song writing Mention .; Miss Gwyndolyn •Smith" 117 W. Vine Street, is one of 26 amateur song^yriters awarded : Hpnorable Mention by the Song Hit^Guild of New York, it has been announced. An Advisory Board.-, cocnposjeii-.'V.or Paul Whiteman, Guy (L^mbSBr^' Billy Rose and Kay Kyser."fouiicl Miss Smith's manuscripts showed unusual promise despite the fact that they barely missed receiving top. honors. . - \ '- H' s The Blythcville 'songwriter was .a participant in the Guild's 3rd talent .project which ended.-Nov. 1st. Operating from headquarters in the heart of Tin Pan Alley at 1619 Broadway, New York City, this organization has succeeded' : in launching the professional careers of more than a score of talented unknowns in.less.'than, two years. A unique system affords tyros'an opportunity to collaborate with leading professionals among whom are Hoagy Carmichael,. Jimmy. McHugh, Johnny Cercci- and Walter Donaldson. This month the Guild's 4th such .. country-wide project gets under way. STAK 9XANO FRKMOLD WQXK SHOES Airs. Harmon Tipton Honored Mrs. H. D. Robinson, Mrs. H. D. Alston, Mrs. Edith Homer were hostesses Tuesday afternon at a party and'shower in honor of Mrs. Harmon Tipton'at Mrs. Robinson's home. Forty-five guests were registered in. the attractive guest book by Mrs, H. p. Jernigan, wife of the pastor of the Baptist Church. Mrs. I. D. Shedd directed the afternon's fun with a variety of interesting games. The outstaning event was a barnyard frolic with all the guests taking part. Mrs. R. N. Fox presented the honoree with a large assortment of dainty gifts which Mrs. Tipton opened an shared .with the guests. The hostesses served refreshments of cake, open faced sandwiches ; 'and coffee carrying- out a blue and pink :olor inotiff. The tiny favors also ire in blue and pink. * * ff >V. M. U. Meets The members of the w. M. U. net Monday afternoon at the Bap- ist Church'for a Bible Study under ,he leadership of Mrs. W. E. Green .he W. M. U. Bible teacher. The subject for the afternoon's study vas the 7th, 8th and 9th chapters of Matthew. Fourteen members vcre present. Following the study, Mrs/George : urtwright,. president, conducted : a brief 'business, meeting. '''.':% * * '."•'" Miss Jewel Middleton, Mrs. Myrle Pearson and Miss Lewallen were uests. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jess-David in Caraway. Mrs. ; C. W. Tipton has returned rom a visit with her daughter, Cdythe, who is a student at Hard- ng College in Searoy, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George Curtwright nnd daughter, Margaret, and Ar- lold Phillips were visiting - in' o|- ;eola and Victoria Sunday. Miss.Lucille Stewart of Jackson, Teiin.. is the guest of her sister, Mrs/O. M.' Cash in Manila this veek. Mr. and Mrs. Cash reside at Big Lake Reserve Station. Mi-. Cash s the game warden for the Big ".ake Reserve, Mr. .and Mrs. Jimmie Huddleston of St. Louis, Mo., were guests Sunday, of Mrs. Huddleston's'••. father, Ed v Brown, in. Manila. R: A. Guarr of Hatcher was vis- ting. -his : mother, Mrs. A. - JJolliff, n Manila Sunday. '• '< Caloise :Silmon. who is employed at Osceola, visited her mother, Mrs. Allie Silmon, this week. • Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Cain were guests .Sunday of . Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Grain in Memphis; William La whom has left i Tor Alexaader, La., where he will ~be em-ployed as an engineer at the Army Camp ; there.-; Enroute he will visit his brQther,-iri-law, Bu£e.ne. Matthews in Little Rock," Arkansas' Mr. Vincent Lay, who i$ employed at Webb, Miss., spent the : past week end with his family'in Manila. . Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hqwell of Bolivar, Tenn., are the guests this week, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. HowelL ." S YOU'LL WIN... High, Heels.. imn and STURDY' You"knowhoVsomc f*WLY SBOt STORE V)T C*-^ PIiouc S31 SCHOOL GIRL OXFORDS 1 !.">95 Moccasin Toe in White, Brown & White, Brown, .Beige. J\lanv other styles for your selection. ' the heeb. There arc 1 no heel scams in Free Molds. No rubbing -• or chafing of muscle* and tendons cither. With increased aturdiness you get greater comfort ; in Free Mo^J all-leather work shoes. *^% v^%^>_ WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S SNOW SHOES AT POPULAR PRICES ' WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S GALOSHES Ulack or Brown. All I5i Scout News Boys- : : ; / Girls Have Perfect Attendance All scouts of Troop 36 including one new member were present for the regular Tuesday night meeting- of the troop a,t Lange school. The program was in charge,* of Ronald Brpgden's-patrol which presented an inter-patrol quiz under the direction of Hugh• .Atfcihs, .assistant patrol" leader. The Fox patrol won the quiz. "Triangle" was played by all patrols with the Wolf patrol winning;. Gregory Atkins and Cecil Hubbard were .the individual winners. "Sardines" and "Grows and Cranes" were the outdoor activities conducted. It was announced that Capt. Tom Mull will show his : outdoor life pictures to the scouts of all Blytheville troops--.on Dec. 10. : •'* ''• * *-• Troop Has New Members Six hew members were" officially admitted to Troop 38 of the Boy Scouts^, of America, at the regular Monday night meeting 1 . Investiture ceremony was conducted ;,to admit diaries Warren, Morris King Thompson, Jere Reid, Ben Abbottt,. Jerry" .Haley and Martin .Wood. The Boy Scout bath was admin- istered by Raymond Crawford, senior- patrol leader. The scout laws.,w e< n} re.a4 ta the new, members by Harvey Morris Jr., junior assistant scoutmaster. . . ' After the investiture ceremony, the six new scouts and Cqrjcy Harrison and Bruce McGregor w^re given their initiation, It was decided that Troop 38 would -have a stunt on community stunt night program, Dec. : 6. Visitors^ »t the : meeting 'were Oscar Pendler, local. commissioner, and Floyd A. White, chaivmaii of the committee on •advancement for tne Eastern' Arkansas Council. Swing's'- the' Thing at 78 ALLIANCE/ Q. (UP)-^whp said swing music was tor young people only? Philip A. Gabele, 78° thinks swing's the thing, and Gabele's Deen musician for 60 years. He mastered nine instruments w instruction and played- his across the nation and back in gas-lit era. BINGO PARTY Monday, Nov. 25 8:00 P.M. ARMOREL SCHOOL HOUSE Sponsored by "the Aritiorel P. T. A. GRAND PRIZE f TURKEY rf '••'"'{' Other Prizes Include HAMS, CAKES, EGGS PIES, CHICKENS ; JUST RECEIVED Another Shipment of Campus (Knee Length) Socks, in White,' Wine and Brown. 'HERE'S new zip iffyouTfeec _ as you race to a toucjujown and you can keep on pUyiqg when your pals are tired. That's what ic means to wear famous Poll-Parrot aU-leatherj shoes. Tell your raotHer.about them.«, about hpw they ate made to give long wear and proper support to growing "" The Family Shoe Store . V 312 W. Main Phone 23| AT I'OPULAR PRICES SHOE STORE 312 W. 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