The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 26, 1940
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE>FIVE Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. H. Minyard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood meeting with Mrs. J. W. Robbins at Steele, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harold Schnee entertaining ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting wtih Mrs. C. R. Wroten. Mrs. Roland Green 'having Delta Contract 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. FRIDAY'S EVENTS' Mrs. T. P. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. club at Rustic Inn. Executive board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 C. E. Edds. o'clock with Mrs. Elizabeth Pleasants, Tri Delta fron; Minter City. Miss., houseguest of Miss Mary Spain Usrey, Miss Mary Adah Robinson and Miss Mildred Moore. Dinner was served in the main dining room. The group later went to' the Colonial Room for bridge. Tallies and placecards were in the silver, gold and blue colors of the sorority. The prize, a lapel pin, went to Mrs. W. A. Afflick for high score. * * * American Cookery To Be Program Theme "American Cookery" will be the theme of the program to be presented at the meeting of Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Robbins at Steele. Mrs. H. H. Houchins. will be the Hotel Claridge after spending four weeks here. She plans to continue her study of music while in the city. Miss Wynette Shepherd has returned to Baton Rouge, La., where she is a student at Louisiana State University. She spent her Thanksgiving holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hindman and daughters, Ann and Kay, and Mrs. W. R. Hindman returned Sunday from Memphis where they had visited since Thursday. Mr. •Hindman returned for them Sunday after having motored taern down Thursday. Mrs. Charles .A. Manila Society—Personal Peoples Banquet An estimated one hundred and twenty-five guests attended the annual banquet held at the Methodist Church Thursday night under the sponsorship of the Manila Epworth League. The women of the W. S. C. S. cooperated with the young people in serving the ban- Ill., for the past several dnys, has returned to her home in Manila. Tom McMasters is in Trimble, Tenn.. this week us guest of relatives and friends. Rev. and Mis. P. H. JernlKtm have had as their guests the past week. Mr. Jernlgan's brothers, Ira Jcrnignn of Oklahoma City, and George Jernlgan of Semlnole, Okla. They returned to their homes Thursday. Fred Fleeman and U. M. Flce- nwn Vmvfi gone to DCS Moolnes. Iowa, where they plan to attend a stock show. Avery Crnfton, who has been visiting relatives here, has returned to his home in Dallas. Texas. Miss Marie Hoover- Weds Joseph C. Brady Bride-Elect Goes To Columbus for Parties Miss Laura Hale, bride-elect of Herbert Voland of New York City, and her mother, Mrs. E. L. Hale, will go to Columbus, Miss., Wednesday to be the guests of Mrs. Louis C. Chapman for the Thanksgiving holidays. Numerou^ affairs will honor Miss Hale while she is in Columubus where she attended Mississippi State College for Women for four years. Among the events planned is a tea to be given by Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Gus Cunningham at the Cunningham home in Cliftonville Saturday afternoon. During the weekend, Mrs. Hale and her daughter will also visit Jack Hale, a student, at Mississippi State College at- Starkville. will return Sunday. * * * They Hmdman and her daughters wereiq uet> The tables were attractively the guests of her mother, Mrs. E. decorated carrying out the Thanks- Wellswhile Mrs. w. R. Hindman} g iv i ng motif and the programs visited her sister, Mrs. C. High- were in a small boolc wlth a fcurkcv Is New Member Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston became a member of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal church Monday afternoon when members met at the home of Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. J. D. McDowell was elected to the newly created office of recording secretary. Reports were made from standing committees and" garments bwng made for the Red Cross were turned in. Mrs. Little offered the opening prayer and Mrs. McDowell, the closing prayer. Gingerbread with coffee was served after the business session. Compliment; Recent; Bride With Shower . Mrs. Louis Drake was complimented with a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs. Carl leader of the program which begins at 2:30 o'clock. \V. M. U. Circles Meet Examinations on the mission study book, "Publishing Glad Tidings" were conducted in most of of the the circle meetings of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church Monday afternoon in the homes of various memtfers. Business periods and social .hours followed the devotional periods in each of the six circles. Mrs. G. J. Walker and Mrs. E. M. Eaton were hostesses to nine members of Circle One at the Walker home. Mrs. Brooks taught the,mission study and prayers were offered by Mrs. Walker and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Nine members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. B. F. Harrison. Miss Cordelia Wilhite gave the ,devotional and Mrs. Kendall Berry taught the mission study and conducted the examination. Leaders of prayers were Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. Howard Frisby and Mrs. R. L. Reeder. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw taught the mission study and gave the exam- nation at the meeting of 12 members of Circle Three at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Mrs. G. W. Dawes had the opening prayer and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd, the closing prayer. A Thanksgiving devotional was presented by Mrs. R. L. Wade at the meeting of 12 members of Circle Four at the home of Mrs. C. E. Edds. The lesson was taught by- Mrs. Lloyd. Stickmon and prayers were offered by Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Seven members of Circle Five heard Mrs. J. W. Bishop give the devotional from the 93th and 100th Ps'alms at the meeting" at the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Mrs. E. B. Woodson and, Mrs. C. E. Johnson tower. Mrs. Oscar Hardaway and sons. Oscar Jr. and Fred Whitten, who have been in Memphis for several weeks, have returned home. Mrs. H. M. >Vhitehead was called to Little Rock last week because ui her mother, who is in the Baptist Hospital. Mr Whitehead, who motored her over, returned Monday. Mrs. Sally Kimes spent the w r eek end in Melhvood, Ark., with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Beckner left Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Beckner's relatives in Lake Wawasee and Millersberg, Ind. They will also visit in London and St. Catherine, Can., before .returning home. Mrs. Beckner is the former Miss Jenelle Deskin. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman and family will spend Thanksgiving in Caruthersville with Mrs. Berryman's mother, Mrs. Aubrey Elliott. led in prayer. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer was hostess at whose home there will be a family reunion, and with Mr. Berryman's mother, Mrs. Etta Berryman. Mrs. Oscar Bailey came home Sunday from Owensboro. Ky., where she had spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ottley Alford. She was motored home by Mr. and Mrs. Alford and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Embrey. Miss Toni Faye Thome, who was injured in an automobile accident several weeks a«c. spent Friday in Memphis at Campbell's clinic where she was measured for a Taylor Spine brace in which she will b2 placed in six weeks. At that time also, she will be able to be in a wheel chair. Her sister. Mrs. Pete Lorio, went to Memphis with her Mrs. Sally Kimes and Mrs. Bertie Jarrett spent Monday in Sikeston Mo. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter Miss Sara Jo. spent Monday in Memphis. LeRcy Brown, who was callec here last'week because of the death for a cover. A four course dinner was served by the League girls who erved as waitresses. James Moore, superintendent of 10 Young Peoples department of church school, was the toast- laster. An interesting program was iven, a variety of songs, skits, and omedy. A religious play was given as the closing number for the eve- ing. together with a number by he cfcoir. s Rev. Martin. Pastor of First 'lethodist Church of Jonesboro, was he speaker for the evening and e gave a very inspiring address. Many out of town guests were n-esent including Rev. Williams- of "irst Church in Blytheville. The proceeds of the banquet will o for repairs in the church. .?." * * '•' 2allian- Samples A wedding of wide interest in this :ommimity was that of Miss Alma Samples and Eugene Gallian, who ;ere married Nov. 13th in Kennett, /Io. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Samples of Manila She is a graduate of the Manila Davis' Monday night.'Besides Mrs. to n j ne members of Circle Six ! of his mother, Mrs.. Harry Atkins Davis, hostesses were Mrs. E. R. \ Mrs, Nat Brittain gave the devo-' returned Friday to Sikeston wherr - - - ' - ional n . om the 119th Psalm and -.he is with the air corps. Upon hi: Jarvis and Miss Nedra Berryman. Mrs. Drake was before her recent marriage. Miss Golda Rinks. Fall flowers decorated the entertaining rooms where games were played after the guest of honor had opened her gifts. A sandwich plate with hot chocolate was served. * * * Council Has Meeting Mrs. H. C. Pat ton and Mrs. George W. Patterson were hostesses to members of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church Monday afternoon at the Patton home. Mrs. John C. McHaney presided over the brief business session and gave the devotional from the 25th chapter of Matthew. Mrs. Edith McCool led in prayer. Group reports and' committee reports were made. The committee in charge of Woman's Night at the church Sunday announced that the program Vould include numbers by the high school vesper choir under' the direction of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith. The remainder of the meetitu- was spent in sewing for the American Red Cross. The hostesses served cookies with coffee during: the social hour. * * * Tri Deltas Have Dinner at Hotel Founders' day was observed by the Blytheville Delta Delta Delta club Monday night at a dinner party at the Hotel Noble.- Guests of the club were Mrs. Russell B. Stout, a Tri Delta who has recently moved here.~ Miss ravers were offered by Miss Tressie Ulen and Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Bits of News Mostly Personals Fred Rutherford has returned to Chamberlain-Hunt Military Academy at Port Gibson, Miss., after Having spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Miss Alice Whitsitt, who is ill of a severe cold, has been removed to Walls Hospital for several days until her cold improves. Herd Wylie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wylie, who has been ill of scarlet fever, is better now. Miss Grace Hawley has returnee to Memphis to resume her work at return, he left immediately fo San Antonio. Tex., where he is t be headquartered at Randolpl Field, vith school where she top honors. She graduated is also a WILSON, wedding of Ark.. Nov. 22.—The Miss Marie Hoover. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Winston Hoover of Wilson, and Joseph Carson Brady, son of Mr and Mrs. M. J. Brady of Columbus. Ga., was solemnized Friday aUor- noon, Nov. 22, ivt 4:30 o'clock. T^tie ceremony was ' performed at the Methodist Church with the Rev Rex B. Wllkes, pastor, officiating of large white nnd ferns were Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 will meet in regular communication at the Hall at seven o'clock Wednesday night. Visiting masons will be welcome. L. E. Baker stated when he made the announcement. member of the Epworth League and takes an active part in church act- vities. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gillian of Hornersville, Mo. The young couple will rmke their home in HornersvUle; * <• * Beth boys and. girls basketball practice has begun. A large number reported for the first practice. John Morris is coaoch for the boys and John Osbournc is cooaching the gills. The schedules are not complete for the year but the coaoches promise a number of outstanding games for the coming season. The leaders and sponsors of the Girl Scouts in Manila met at the home of Misses Haley and Shaver Monday night to plan the year's work of the scouts in Manila. Those present were Mrs. V. B. Osbourne. Mrs. G. Mike, Mrs. John Morris. Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner, Mrs. W. R. Brown, Miss Doris Bingham and Miss Anna Beth Stigill. Rev. and Mrs. O. M. Campbell. Mrs. H. M. Fleeman. Mrs. G. Mike, and James Moore attended a district missionary institute at the Methodist : church .in Lcpanto. Thursday/ Mrs. E. L. Caraway has gone to Washington, D. C., where she will spend this winter as the guest of Floor baskets chrysanthemums arranged against a background of palms, ferns and southern smilux Tall white tapers burned In candelabra, and three arches of Hghtec tapers in the background were also twined with ferns and smilax Large white satin bows marked tlu pews for the relatives. Miss Elizabeth Hoover of Ynzoo City. Miss., aunt of the bride, played a selection of nuptial music, including "O Promise Me," "Ave Maria/' Shubert's "Serenade" nnc "Liebestrnum" softly during the lighting of the candles by Mis, Mary Frances Regenold of Wllsoi and Miss Mary Linda Burnell o Memphis, who wore wine velvet h pinafore style-; with shoulder cor sages of yellow und pink rosebuds Mrs. H. Y. West of Yazoo Clt> Miss., sang "For Thee Alone" nn "Because." Mrs. West and ML; Hoover wore shoulder corsages of white gardenias. The bride entered on the arm of h<;r father, and was dressed in a costume suit of Cadet blue with accessories in crushberry, and wearing a shoulder corsage of yellow rosebuds and lilies of the valley. Miss Martha Neelly of Rulevillc-, Miss., was the maid of honor and wore a gown of dusty pink Jersey, also wearing a corsage of pink and yellow rosebuds. Frank Brady of Columbus was his brother's best man. and Richard Bickerstaff of Columbus and Winston Hoover, brother of the bride were ushers. They all wore boutonnieres of white carnation. ; . . , A reception-, of, - two , hundred "guests was held at the "Wilson club- At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Rubin Braydou, city, admitted. Miss Alice Whitsitt, city, admitted. James Kmney, Bassott, admitted. Randolph Evans, city, admitted Howard C. Wilson, city, admitted. Mrs. H. C. Robinson, Steele, admitted. Ted Cornell. Holland, admitted Mrs. G. M. Whistle, Dell, dismissed.' Buren Thompson jr., city, dls- niss«d. Shirley Ann White.. city, dis- nlssed. Leonard while, city, dismissed. Paul Byrum, city, dismissed. Mrs. Alphla Chandler, Cooter, dismissed. Mrs. Theodore Cole, Steele, dismissed. Mtss Bernlce Jarratt. Burdette, dismissed. Bljthcville Hospital W. H. Garner. Rockmart. On, admitted. Linda Bell Nelson, city, admitted. Miss Mildred Fowler, city, dismissed. Ronald Leo Johnston, city, dismissed. Wilson Society—Personal Head Courier News want CARD OF THANKS The family of the late C, S. Stevens wish to thank their' many rlends .for the' floral' 1 offerings and kindnesses shown thorn during their recent bereavement. IDS Relieve misery as 3 out \ ; l* I r l °* & mothers do. Rub l'"i I M-f I thront - chest, back with VICKS VAPORUB Read Courier, News want ads. &. A""*" . A* Oil H« teri! TUESDAY BARGAIN DAY Mutince lOe & 15o Night lOc & 20o •''"" *'J"f:~! %*•*"*" M<l,i, ( Dtnlhi tonic ilil) cnated by CHIC TOUKS I Columbia PictuiQ with i'enny Singleton, Arthur Lake & Larry Simms Also Novelty Short & Comedy Have Parent Teacher Meeting "A Child in School" and "A Child in the Home" by Miss EmtHe Cummings and Mrs. W. A. Williams, respectively, were the tnlks on the program at the November meeting of the Wilson Parent Tenchcr Association, held at the school auditorium on Thursday afternoon. Thr; Senior Glee Club girls snng "Green Cathedral' and "By the Bend oi the River." directed by Miss Mary Symonds and accompanied on the piano by Miss Kathcrine Coulter. Miss Betty Goldman recited a group of poems, and Mrs. J. A. Apple read the President's message. The new yenr books were distributed, and an Invitation wns issued from the Relation Arts Club to the parents and teachers, to n tea to be given following the December meeting at the home economics cottage. Mrs. Herbert, Pipkin announced a .study course meeting on Friday, December Gth. The first and eighth grades won the attendance dollar for last, month. Miss Ruby Grain nnd Jimmy Grain, .students at Die Miss., spent the Thanksgiving; holidays here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grain. They will attend the football game at Stnrkevlllc, Miss., Saturday, from where Miss Grain will go to Jackson. Miss., to be the house-guest of Miss Ann Dudley WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY One Night in Tropics with ALLAN JONES & NANCY KELLY Bud Abbott Ac Luu Coslcllo, Robert Mary Roland, Leo Car- r!llo A: Pcjrjry Moran. <il«<> Paramount News & Comedy LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. 1'hone Ritz 224 Phoiw Roxy 322 DUO-THERM'S Power-Air Unit Saves up to 25% '" Fuel! 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