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PAGE WO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar • TUESDAY'S EVENTS x ! Mrs., G. S. Barnes entertaining Bi-Moiitlily Bridge club. Tuesday club meeting, with Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmann. Mrs: Tom Heaton having Duo- Quad Bridge club. . Mrs. l>aul-WhHtington entertaining Tuesday Contract, club at her Maiden- home. "' •.. Friday Contract club ^meeting with Mrs. R. C. Allen. airs. 'J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge* club. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas having Tuesday Bridge club. ; Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 7:30 o'clock, at Hall. Y. M. B. club meeting,with Mrs.' Dalton Taft. . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Schnee entertaining ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club,meeting wtih Mrs. C. R. Wroten. Mrs. Roland Green having Delta Coiltract club. ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mr.',and Mrs. Meyer Graber having" tea dance, 5:00 o'clock, country; club. s • FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. TV P. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. club at Rustic Inn. Executive board. Woman's Mis- si6nary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. C. k Edds. \V. of pre- Dinner Party Given For Miss Whitworth Another in the • series nuptial parties .honoring Miss itola Whitworth, bride-elect of Donald', Veneman Cole, of Chicago and Centralism was given Saturday night at the home of Miss Elizabeth and Marilyn Burnctte. '. . C. Colston and Mrs. Gene •agaiu Prizes in the games went to Mrs. hn Burnette for high score, Mrs. rgil Bo5'd for low and Mrs. >nard McFarland for traveling, aest prize was awarded to ^Mrs. alin. Following the games, the hostess rved sandwiches and iced drinks. • • • u-e Family Reunion. The family of Mrs. H. G. Wick- m and Miss^ Bess Hall was curtained at their home Sunday icn.a number of out of town latives was present. The group had Sunday dinner gcther and spent the afternoon "reminiscing." Out of town people here were: rs. Thomas T. Shelton, of San •ancisco; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ullips, of Jonesboro; Mr. and vs. C. W, Beale, C. W. Bcale ., and Mrs. Thelma Bealc Schaef- r, all of Memphis. Mrs. Wickhfim and Mrs. Shelton, 10 is visiting here, returned to emphis with the Beale family to sit until Thursday. attended the Ole Miss-Mississippi State football game in Starkville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Borryman and family had a.s their guests during the past week, Mrs. Walker Prince of Caruthcrsvlllc on Wednesday; Mrs. Etta Berryman and Mrs. Gilbert Hascol of Carulhers- ville, the 0rsl of the week; Mr. and Mrs. Lin Smith of Carulliers- ville and Mrs. Leslie Loflin of St. Louis on Thursday; and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richards of Memphis, Sunday night. Mrs. F. V. Dodge of Flcming.sburg, Ky., came today for a vl.sit with her son, Parker Dodge, and family. Mrs. Frank McDonal. of Columbia, Mo., returned home Sunday night after having spent the Thanksgiving holdays here with her parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt Jr. Wilson Henry and .son. Jimmy, went to Memphis Sunday to be with Mrs. Henry who is in Baptist hospital there. It is expected that she will be removed to her home the latter part of this week. Mr. Henry and Jimmy were dinner Osceola Society — Personal • Wcsleyan Guild Meets Warm Fall colors of reel am gold lighted by yellow candles 01 the table and piano decorated 'th parlors of the Methodist churcl Thursday night for the first suppe meeting of the Weslcyan Guil< composed of 30 young business an< professional women of the church The organization has Miss Ju3! Mae Morrison for president an meet.s twice each month. Following the devotional by Mn Lee Williams and the supper, "white elephant." sale netted th Guild $10.23 and a bit of fun listen ing to Mrs. C. H. Weathersby an Miss La Vellc Rogers as "auction eers." Guests were the Rev. nncl Mn W. J. Spicer and Mrs. G. B. Sc Bits of News Mostly Personals ' Mrs ; Florence Merle has returned from Hot Springs and Fort Worth where she sj>ent .two months. In Fort Worth, she was the guest of her aunt. Mrs. A. L. Hawkins, and in Hot Springs, she visited her grandmother, Mrs. E. W. Tulles, and her uncle, D. L. Tullos. Paul Byrum is resting well at Walls-hospitnl today after having jundergone a tonsilcctomy this I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson, and family, formerly of here and now of Memphis. Mr«. C. S. Stevens, who has been ill of shock 1 * following the .sudden death'of Mr. Stevens, is now better although she is yet confined to her bed. Her son, Coleman, Jr.. who attends Henclrix College, Con way. returned to school Sunday. Her daughter, Mrs. L. C. B. Young and infant son, born 15, days ago at Memphis Methodist Hospital, were removed from the hospital to their home near Osceola during the weekend. The condition of E. E. Alexander, who has been removed to Biythevillc hospital,' is critical. Billy Sam Berrymim Is able to be out after having been confined The wedding of Miss .Whitworth J and Mr. Cole will be solemnized at the .First Methodist church Sunday. Eiglil guests were entertained at Mrs. John T. Phillips, of Baton Rouge, will arrive today for a visit with her son, Tom Phillips, and Mrs. Phillips. thc dinner party. A Jack Horncr Mrs - A - B - Fail-field and son, imitation redding cuke was nr- raned in the center of ,the table yrith satin ribbons extending from the] cake to each of the places. As the- guests pulled the ribbons, they found them attached to miniature favors bearing their fortunes. f Pink carnations decorated the living room where Canadian rummy was played after dinner. The hostesses presented the guest of honor with a gift. • ..•• 1 » . -. * * Tci Dance to Be Given Thanksgiving. ^ Among-- thfe -parties being planned for^ the - Thanksgiving holidays is a tea" ! dance"at which Dr. and : Mrs! J.-E. Beasley and Mr. . and Mrs. Heaver Graber will entertain. •"Die affair will be from five until'* eight -o'clock at- the ... country club Thanksgiving afternoon. '*'...• .* • »• Thanksgiving--' Scheme'- Used in C. B. C. Party. 4 Thanksgiving scheme was earned out in the decorations for the. C. B. C. club party Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. .More at Number Nine., l Besides the club members, .guests •^ were Mrs. J. D. Smith. Mrs. Mike H Lane. Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Mrs:i Gejarge Shamlin, Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs. Lendennie Fowler. High . score prize went to Mrs. Albert, will spend the Tanksgiving holiday in Meridian. Miss., with Mrs. Fail-field's sister, Miss Kathry/i Den ton. who is employed there. Mrs. Clarence Hires and daughter, Bett.ye Jo Hargett, spent Che week end in Memphis with Mrs. Hires' son. Gene Hargett. Miss Elizabeth PIcasants of M inter City, Miss., will arrive today to visit Miss Mary Spain Usrey. Miss Pleasnnts 'and Miss Usrcy were schoolmates at' the University of Mississippi at Oxford. Louis Lynch has been dismissed from Walls hospital, where he un- de'i-wejit.!a"'ihinor operation Saturday;- '-v'.:-r<,y*^-:-\;- v .. ;• • •• • Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon ha.s returned from Sikeston where she to hi$ home for n few days because of a cold. B. P. Brogdon underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at Walls hospital this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eberdt. of 'Birmingham, Ala., were the guests of Mr. EbcrdVs parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Sr.. of Burdettc, over tlic weekend. graves, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. * * * lias Study Class Mrs. Frank Williams was hostess to members of the Baptist Missionary Union for an all-day luncheon meeting; Thursday for the study of the book "Publishing Glad Tidings" written by Mrs. Foy Johnson Farmer of Japan. ' • The book us being studied by organizations throughout the South in preparation for the annual Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions Dec. 2-6. Teachers for the day were Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Harold B. Tillman and Mrs. I. S. Burton. Mrs. Sherrod Segravcs of Trenton, Tenn., was a guest. ff * * AUo.ml Fooball Games Despite inclement weather a number of Osceola's most enthusiastic football fans journed to Mid- South' games Saturday. The larger group ''driving to Starkville. Miss., for the Olc Miss- Mississippi State game included • Mr.' ing the district budget and church budgets. -Mr. Watson is the district steward of the Csceola church while Mrs. Segraves is president o fthe Woman's Society of Christian Service, '«'*((; Miss Miriam Berkson of Atchi- jsoiv Kan., Is here for several clays " with her uncles, Joe and Phillip! Applebaum, and other relatives in Biythevillc. MLss Berkson is en route to New York where she will be connected with the Irving Berlin otudios. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Tompkins of Burdotte, accompanied by Mr.s. A. E. Tcuford of Osceola, drove to FaycUeville. Ark.-, Friday for the weekend with their daughter, Miss Marian Tompking, and with Ambrose Tcaford, both of whom are students in the University of Arkansas. They will return today/ Mr.s, Claude Callicott and son, Pled Duncan Callicott, of Nashville, Tenn., will arrive Monday for .several days visit with her .sister- in-law, Mrs. Donald R. Wertz, and Mr. Wertx at their suburban home "Lone Acre" north of town. Mi 1 . Callicott, a Nashville attorney and brother of Mrs. Werlz, will come the last of the week to accompany his wife and baby home. Memphis visitors Friday w&re Mrs. D, A. Siler, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. John Enochs Grain and children,, Nancy, Mary Ann and John E. Grain Jr., of WiJ.son; Mrs. Melvin -Speck and son. Johnnie Earl; Mrs. G. F. Jordan and baby, Mary Evelyn Jordan. Among those who attended the funeral of C. S. Stevens of Blythc- vilie were Mr. and Mrs. Welby Young. R. C. Bryan, Frank Bell 'and Myron Nailling. At The Hospitals t Blylheville Hospital Ronald Lee Johnston, city, admitted. Mack Suey Yee, city, admitted. E. E. Alexander, city, admitted, Walls Hospital J. C. Hopper, Tyler, admitted. Paul Byrum, city, admitted. Sam Jacobson, St. Louis, ad- ijiitted. " Shirley Ann White, city, admi'tted. Leonard White, city, admitted. Louis Lynch Jr., city, dismissed. Mrs. Haywood Holsclaw and baby, Manila, dismissed. ' Mrs. R. W. Hatch and baby, city, dismissed.' Terry Robinson, Wilson, dismissed. Billie Jane Perkins, Dell, dis- inissed. Memphis Baptist , Hospital E. O. Adams, city,'admitted. James Reed, v Osceola, admitted. Peggy Lou Tims, Luxora, admitted. Charles Edward Noble, Etowah, 'admitted. Memphis IttcLemore Clinic 'Mv. F. Simon, city, admitted. Mary Nell Elrod, Basset t, admitted. . Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Miles L. ".Brown, Pascoia, Mo., admitted.., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1 C J40 Baxter /Springs, Karw., the Ful'' Gospel Tabernacle congregation has requested that he continue his meeting here during this week' The evangelist will answer thr following questions at tonight's service: "Where Did Cain Get His Wife?", -What Was the Cause of .he Flood?", and "is There a Second Chance Alter Death?" Pictures of the Holy Land made by the speaker's father while he was domg research work in Palestine will be shown Tuesday night His father, the late Charles F Parham, was the founder of Bethel college. On Wednesday night, the Rev Mr. Parham will answer all questions which have been placed ir the question box. Concludino s ,,b_ ,ects lor the week will be- "Does Christ Work Today?". Miss Lula Faye Harkey Wed To Theodore Blagg MOREHOUSE, Mo.. Nov. 28 — Of interest to friends and relatives In Luxora, Osceola and Blytheville, is the announcement of the marriage' of Miss Lula Faye Harkey to Theodore Blagg which was announced today by the bride's mother. Mrs. J. W. Harkey. The wedding was solemnized Saturday, Nov. 9, at Charleston. Mo., Attendants were Mrs. Blagg 's sister, Miss Louise Harkey, and Walter Taylor. '.-. Mrs. Blagg. attended Luxora high school two,, and one-half years and ^.^.^i,,^ ^.ait 6 ,iuiu mtjuueu ivii-. ,, and Mrs. H. J. Hale, Mr. and Mrs .'.{.graduated from 'the Morehouse high Rev. Parham Is To Continue Revival Here Because of the large -attendances at services and the response to the evangelistic meeting" being conducted by the Rev. R. L. Parham of DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIE-BUTTER STEAK SANDWICHES SERVED Thursday night; and "Signs torist Coining," Friday night, of A robin will eat 18 feel of earthworms in a day. Girls Need "Build-up" Many girls know where to tuni for help for the headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pain of functional dystnenorrhea due to malnutrition. For CARDUI has helped them by stimulating appetite, increasing flow of gastric juices and so improving digestion. Thus many are assisted to build physical resistance to periodic distress. Oi, CARDUI may help you if taken a few days before and during "the time." Used and popular for more than 50 years. UAPPY GRO.& »MKT. UOUR MUVEH M W. IMa M. FbMH 1* HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Repairing, Welding Across from Red Top Gin Dyess Personals New Pastor Arrives The Rev. Benton B. Bailey, new pastor of the Dycss-Whitton Methodist churches has arrived to begin his work. The Rev. Mr. Bailey comes from the Alpena church where he has served the past year. * * * .• ,••... Mrs. Annie B. Proctor, assistant state .supervisor of library projects, spent .several.clays last week. j Little Rock, spent Tuesday and Hugh Hnrbert, Jr.. who at-: Wednesday in the Dycss Memorial tends Copia-Lincoln Junior college nl Wesson, Miss., has come to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. Hugh Har- berl. T.-'F. ' Jackson and second to",Mrs. Mike Lane. A' salad plate with coffee high was served at the games. conclusion of the his- friends for a Saturday afternoon Okbrales Birthday. Carl Davis Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Sr.. was host to 12 of theater party in celebration oChis eighth birthday. After attending the matinee at the Ritz theater, the group returned to the Davis home to play games. A prize m the games was presented to Graham Sudbury, Jr. Birthday cake and ice cream. was served the group mother. by the host's Mr. and Mrs. M. Fitasimmons spent Saturday in Halls, Term., where Mr. Fitzsimmons attended to business and Mr;;. Fitzsimmons visited friends and relatives. Miss Martha Lee Hall, of Cape Girardenu. stopped here last night for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall, and family as she was en route to Cape Girardcau after spending the Thanksgiving holidays in Tuscaloosa. Ala., with friends. Donald Vcncman Cole, of Chi- Librar'y instructing the workers in bookbinding and general library methods. Miss Eleanor Derrick, district supervisor of library projects, accompanied by her father, the Rev. Mr. Derrick of Jonc.sboro, was an official visitor in the Dyess Memorial Library Tuesday. " """" Mrs. J. R. Ilines. Dycjw Farms Home Management supervisor. Miss Lucille Gray. home economics teacher at the high school. Miss Margaret Baumcz. president of the new club organised by the home economics class. Eva Joy Do.stcr and Geneva Lavcrnc HOWSR will go to Jonc.sboro Saturday to attend the district Home Economics meeting. cago and Centralla. spent the week I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland and here, with his fiancee. Mi.vs Capitolfi Whitworth. and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James William Whitworth. Mrs. V. G. Holland returned Sun- family relumed Sunday afternoon from Crossctt. Ark., whrro they had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fenncil and daughter. Royline. and Mr. and day night from Slntc Springs, j Mrs. Wilcta Stiles of Blvthcvtllc. Tea For Mrs. Storse Because of the illness of Mrs. Bxron M. Morse, the tea which she ami Mrs. Ross' D. Hughes were •'planning for Mrs. Byron R. Morse, recent bride, of Little Rock, -has been postponed indefinitely. The affair was to have been given from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock at the-Hughes home Tuesday aftcr- nopn. ** * * * Y£M. B. Club .Meets Members of the Y. M. B. club • were entertained Thursday after- j ncfcn by; Mrs. W. K. Biariberry at, 1 hex. home. Abo yucsts for the j party were Mrs. Bill Malir.. ?-Trs. i - Miss., where she visited her father. W. M. Shaw, and family. She went down with her brother, Delbert Shaw, and family, of Luxora. Mrs. Russell DeHaven. of St. Louis, returned home Sunday after having .spent two weeks here with her daughter. Mrs. Parker Dodj;e. and family. Mr. DeHaven and .son. Russell. Jr.. of St. Louis, motored dawn for her Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harbert, Sr., j will leave Saturday morning for Halls. Tcnn.. to spend the weekend with Mrs. W. J. Gamble and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gates. Hale Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryan. Mr. nncl Mrs. D. S. Laney, Frank Bell. p. E. Tompkins. Alex Croslhwaitc. Van Elliott, r\nci Bo Coppeclgc of Biythevillc. The pastors of the town chose a game ncarcj' home and went to Memphis to sec Southwestern and Centenaary College tangle. In the car were the Rev. L. T. Lawrence and son. Paul Lawrence, the Rev. Harold B. TiUman, and the Rev. W. J. • Spicer.' new pastor of the Methodist church. * • * * Given Masonic Of fives J. B. Bunn, one of the leading' Mason.s ol" northeast Arkansas and past grand master of Arkansas Masons, ha.s returned from Little Rock where he attended the annual .sessions of the Grand Council of Arkansas Royal and Select Masters and also the" Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons. In the election of Council officers for 1941, Mr. Bunn was,-chosen »,s the Grand Steward; in the Royal Arch sessions he was elected grand scribe. Accompanying 1 Mr. Bunn wrrr W. D. Kelly, treasurer of the Osceola lodge; Jake Thrailkill. high priest of Osccoln Royal Arch M:\sons. and Claude Thpniason. * * * Attend District Conference The Rev. W. J. Spicer. pastor of Mic Ovsccola Methodist church, and Mrs. Spicer. Carroll W. Watson snr! Mrs. G. B. Segravcs went to Lc- panto Thursday for the district meeting; of pastors, district stewards and church leaders who mot for the purpose of discussing and . .school in May. Mr. *Blagg is also a graduate of Morehouse high school. 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