The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1940 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1940 Social Calendar *4f ."'.'••'' * j THURSDAY'S EVENTS PI Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Beasley and jf Mr. and Mrs.' Meyer Graber nov- 4j me tea dance, o':00 o'clock, couu- ']} try club. ? 'FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. <T.*F. Jackson entertaining ' C. B. C. club at Rustic Inn. Executive 1 *board,' Woman's Mis' sionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 C. E. Edds. o'clock with' Mrs. Miss-Goodrich Weds Charles Ray Newcomb Mrs. E. A. Goodrich announces the marriage of her daughter, Dororhy Eleanor, to Charles Ray Newcomb which was solemnized at Regenold was high and Mrs. W, D. McClurkin, second high scorer. with the Thanksgiving season were played. Special guest* were: the Rev. Alfred. M, Carpenter, Miss Wilheim, Mr. and Mrs. Brittain, Mr. and Mrs. Porter, and Mi', and Mrs. Russell Baugh. Mrs. Carpenter is .teacher of the girls' class. * * . * V. M. R. Club Meets The weekly Y. M. B. club party was given Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Dalton Taft. Mrs. Taft invited Mrs. Gene Rea- { Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Ttpton and gan, Mrs. W. I. Malln, Mrs. W. C. (Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines were Colston, Mrs. Sid Jones and Mrs. \ in Memphis last night (or the Un- hcr family. When they return tomorrow afternoon, they will be accompanied by Mrs. Triesch- Basll Locke .to play with the club members. After a salad plate with coffee had been served, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Virgil Boyd for high score, Mrs. Barry Finklea for low score, Mrs. Bill Bradberry for bunco the ^Methodist" church at Benton- i and Ms. Sid Jones for guest high ville, Ark., Sunday afternoon. The Rev. W. F. Cooley, who is ; a cousin of the bude and pastor of the .'Bentonville church, .read the service at 3:30 o'clock- Mr, and Mrs. Kendall Berry were the only, attendants. Mrs.vFlorence Gladden, of Ben- torivuie, organist, played the bridal chorus from Wagner's, "LohengrinJ' preceding the ceremony, following >H it with "Uebesfcraum'V • Mferidel- !„ ssonn's "Wedding March" was used for the recessional. The*bride wore a jacket dress of soldier' blue crepe with matching hat and black accessories. Her corsage was of pale pink snapdragons |*|" and gypsophilia. MrsT Berry wore a gold -dress Of |&s^ sheer, wool with black'accessories. H' ?1 Her corsage was of American beauty roses'*and gypsophilia.; Following the ceremony, Mrs. Cooley entertained the bridal party with an informal reception at her home of Mrs. Paul Whlttington. Mrs. G. H. Grear nnd Miss Frances McHaney went up with the club for the afternoon party. A tea guest was Mrs. N. B. Menard, of Maiden, formerly of here. Flowers used in the hostess' home were roses and chrysanthemums. She served a salad plate.' Mrs. B. F. Potter received high score prize and Mrs. James V. Gates, second high. In bridge, Miss McHaney was presented the award. Mrs. Menard was also given a gift. * * + Is Guest Of Club Miss Elizabeth Pleasants of Minter City, Miss., houseguest of Miss Mary Spain Usrey, was an out of town guest at the meeting of the After a week's wedding^ trip to Double G Bridge club Tuesday New -Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. New- | night at the Usrey home. ion University - Memphis State Teachers football game. The Tip- tons' son, Dick, is a member of the Union team. > W. D. Wood, who was injured in a highway 61 accident Thursday night, was able to be removed from' Blytheville hospital to his home today. '** Miss' June Lansing has returned home from Memphis Baptist hospital, after having undergone a Members of the Tuesday Contract j major operation. She expects to be club and two guests went to Mai- j out in a few days. She was accom- den Tuesday for a party at the I pnnied home by her parents, Mr. score. ' - «• Go To Malikn For Club Party and Mrs. Raymond Lansing and Miss Rose Lynn Yates. Norman "Monk" Mosley and : comb 'will"be at home in-' their new home, 920 Hearn Street. : .Mrs.. Newcolib," daughter, of the late E. A. Goodrich, attended Wil|| liam Woods college at Fulton, Mo. " Mr. Newcomb is secretary-treasurer of the Arkansas-Missouri Pow- .ef Corporation. He is: the. son of Mr. and; Mrs. Charles Newcomb, * * .*..-.Class Has Dinner A Thanksgiving dinner was given Iced drinks and sandwiches were served during the games. Miss Margaret Shaver was high and Miss Frances LUtlc, second high scorer in the games. A gift was. presented to ,Miss Pleasants. 4 * * Plays With Club Mrs. C. W. Garrigan playe'd cards with members of the. Friday. Contract club Tuesday night when they were entertained at the home of Mayfleki "Sonny" Lloyct will be the guests of the University of Georgia for the game between the University Athens. They will leave for Athens Thursday. Mrs. J. P. Friend is ill of appendicitis at- her home, 1112 Holly Street She will probably undergo an operation Thursday morning. Homer Beshearse and Ray Larkin were .among the Blytheville people in Memphis last night for the Union University - State Teachers' game. Mr. and Mr:;. B. A, Lynch and son, Louis, and Bob Porter will go to St. Louis to spend .Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynch, Jr. They will be joined there by Miss Martha Ann Lynch, a student at the University of. Arkansas at Fayetteville, who will return home with them Friday for the week end. mann's mother, Mrs. J. B. Hale, of UtUe Rock, who has spent three months here with the Trieschrnann family. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurltin, accompanied by Mrs. McClurkln's grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Self, of Sikcston, will be the guests of Mrs. McClurkin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Powell, in Luxora tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Reichel and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mosley and Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd V-. Wise and daughter, Patricia, will go to Tuscaloosa, Ala, Friday to visit their sons, Maurice Reichei, and Mrs. Reichel, Russell Mosley and Lloyd Wise, all students at the University of Alabama. They .will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hall, of St. Louis. While there, they will see the University of Alabama-Mississippi State game. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish and family will spend Thanksgiving in Corning with Mrs. Benish's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck win have as their guests over the weekend, their daughters, Miss Churchill Buck, a student at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and Mrs. Max Wooten and family, of Memphis. Beverly Jane Hanson will go to Thanksgiving in Memphis with Mr.' Rimer and her daughter, Marjorie. She will be accompanied down this afternoon by Jimmy Henry who will visit his mother, Mrs. Wilson Henry, now in Baptist Hospital. Howard Wilson was dismissed today from Walls Hospital after having undergone a tonsilectomy. Mjss Barbara Corcoran, of Memphis, is the weekend guest of Miss Patty Ann Green. Miss Corcoran and Miss Green were schoolmates last year at St. Agnes Academy. Mrs. Joe Yates and daughter Ann, returned Friday from a ten day vsiit with Mr. Yates in Louis' 'ville, Ky., and Jefferson, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson will .spend the Thanksgiving holidays in Knoxville, Tenn., with Mrs Robinson's father, F. C. Simpson Charles A. Hindman attended to business In Memphis Tuesday, George Connell will go to Con way for the Thanksgiving holidays Mind Your Manners Nearly 250,000 people are employed in movie, theaters in United States. the Soak colored- • handkerchiefs in cold salt water for a short time before washing them. Mrs. Earl Wildy Heads Etowah Club Women OSCEOLA, Ark—Mrs. Earl Wildy was elected president of the Etowah Home Demonstration Club at their recent November meeting at which Miss Inez Kincaid demonstrated several traffic appliances including electric equipment for the home. Chosen to serve with Mrs. Wildy were Mrs. R. H. Wilmoth as vice- president; Miss Louise Moore, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Leona For- Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering 'the" fol- owing questions, then checking against the "authoritative answers below: • 1. When a man and womarTVre introduced, whose place, is it to offer to shake hands? 2. What should a woman do if a man offers her his hand 3. Is it good manners to telephone your hostess the day after a party to tell her what a good time you had? 4. Is it always necessary to write a bread-and-butter note after a week-end visit? 5. How soon should a bread-and- butter note'be written? What 'would you do if— You have put off for so long writing a thank-you note for a birthday gift sent you by a friend that you are ashamed to write—- fa) Decide it -would be better i not to write, at all than tc write so late? (b) Write the note .and apologize for your tardiness in saying thank you. Then resolve that next time you-will write your thank-yoir note the day the gift arrives? Answers 1. The woman's place. But she ^ does not need to offer her hand ' unless she wishes. rester was reappointed chairman of) 2. She should take it without a the mattress-making- project for second's hesitation, if she hesi- Memphis this afternoon to spend tresses in 1940. the coming season. Mrs. Forrester supervised the making of 116 mat- by the Queen Esther Sunday -School ! Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter, Miss Ruth Butt, went to St. Louis Monday to visit Mrs. Butt's daughter. Mrs. W. M. family. They will Robinson, and return Sunday. Refreshments were served after the games hi which Mrs. L. S. Bcnish received the prize. *.*...*.. Entertains At Hotel Mrs.. Joe G. iTrlescVimann enter- gained} members, •/.of..the Tuesday cfub: and on.e.. guest; Mrs. Chester Caldwell. with a" party in the Colonial Room 01 the Hotel Noble Tuesday afternoon. class of .the First Baptist church Monday night in the- social'' rooms of the church for members^ of the 15 year ..old .boys' Sunday:,' school class. v ~' t j.x^ ..v^Eri^,:; '',:'•'--'-^ An ^assortment -of Jtogetables 1 . Till- centerpiece, o^'tha-Uble^hiclv was illuminated '"by ' oraBgejVtapers^in red apples between which ivy -.was arranged. : Musical numbers were presented } Because. :Mrs. Trieschmann was by Joyce Walls, Noma Houch'ins,, called to Little Rock,' Mrs. W. C. Higginson acted as hostess for her. A salad plate was. served after the games. Mrs. Higginson was high and Mrs. Lloyd SLickmon, second high scorer. , * * V Is Hostess to x Cluh ''• Mrs. W. D. McClurkin was hostess to members of her club and three guests, Mrs. Hermon Carltpn, Mrs. W. E. Hendrix and Mrs. Far- •mer England, for a party at her home Tuesday, afternoon. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. Eddie Nat Brittaln and Roy Porter. Margaret _ Gean gave a reading and Miss . Luna, B. Wilheim told a Thanksgiving/story. After dinner, games in.! keeping COOGH& OF COLDS... RELIEVE WHILE SLEEPING -RUB OK PEMETRO Mr. and Mrs, Joe T. Hughes and son. Joe Jr.. and Miss Sara Evrard will be the guests of Mr. Hughes' mother, Mrs. Sally Hxighes, of Pocahontas for Thanksgiving. 'Miss Mary Emily Wilson and Miss Peggy Long will spend the\ holidays with friends in Memphis They are going over especially to dance at the Hotel. Peabody tonight. , Mrs. Joe G. Triescfiinahh will return today from Little Rock. She will be accompanied home by her brothers. Jimmy Hale of Little Rock and Cecil Hale of Althcimer. and the two Mrs. Hales, who will spend. Thanksgiving with her and the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Hanson, of the staff of the Turner-Gotten Sanitarium. She will return Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Patton, of Centerville, Miss., will come today to spend the holidays with Mr. Patton's mother, Mrs. H. C. Patton, and family. B. Hurley, of St. Louis, is attending to' business here today. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and son. Morris King, went to Memphis today lo visit Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson Sr. until Sunday. s Floyd Thorpe Is attending to .business in Helena today. Mi\ and Mrs. H. Dohagno and children, of Caruthersviile, spent Tuesday here. Mrs. John H. Long, Mrs. E, L. Jones, Mrs. Toby Long and. daughter, Sandra, were in Memphis Tuesday to be with Mrs. John T. Long, who underwent a major operation in Memphis Methodist Hospital: Mrs. John T. Long's son. Johnny, returned home with them to visit Mrs. Ralph Diggs, Mrs. C. W. O'Brien and Mrs. E. Ross were enrolled ns new members bringing the'membership to 22. Mrs. R. H. Wilmoth, vice-president, has the unusual record of not having missed a meeting in two years. The club voted to help wiih the installation of a water system at the Etowah school, and is completing the first year of a five- year landscaping program for the community. tates or looks surprised, he will realize he should have waited for her to offer her hand. 3. Yes. It is a gracious gesture. .4. Yes. 5. TIT .to write it the day after you return.. Best "What Would You Do" So- lution—(b); Water comprises, 3620 square miles of North Carolina's afea. here while his mother is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch returned I Monday night from Hazlehurst, Miss., wtjere-they, had spent./.the. J^eekend witrf Mr." Welch's mother, lyirs. J. F. Welch, who is critically ill at her home there. " Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thorpe and daughter, Beverly Jean. will, spend : the weekend in Poplar Bluff -with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore York and .family, formerly of here. Mrs. Herman Rimer will spend At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Miss Alberta Brackin. city, admitted. W. A. Marks, Rockmart, Ga., admitted. W. D. Wood. city, dismissed. Mrs. Bill Robertson, city, dismissed. : -Mrs. J. B. Wincy, city, dismissed. '.Bobby Lee Carter. Caruthersville, dismissed. .Walls Hospital • Rubin Brogdon; "city. a-dmiUed. ., Clinton aCudle, Steele, dismissed. Elmer Crawford, Roseland. dismissed. Red Relief for Miseries of HEAD COLDS Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each • nostril... (l) It shrinks swollen membranes; (2) Soothes irritation; (3) Helps flush out nasal passages, clearing clogging mucus.. VICKS VA-TRO-NOl ^ Howard missed. C. Wilson, city, dis- Rohber Tests Detectives MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPV — Tom Morrison has been robbed 10 times, and twice'within two weeks —with' the detective bureau located \ 50 feet from his cigar stand in the city hall. 'v/v HEADQUARTERS FOR RUBBER FOOTWEAR WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S GALOSHES 88c Black or B r o w n , for High.- Medium. Low or Flat Heels. WOMEN'S LACE GALOSHES Smoke. 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Main Phone 231 At this season of the year our minds naturally turn toward giving thanks l.o pur many customers and friends who have entrusted their business to us during the year 1940. It has ahvays been' the desire and intention ol this institution to render every possible assistance to the community to enable it to go forward in a progressive manner. We feel that the wholehearted cooperation of the public, which we have received, has enabled us to carry out. the idea of cooperation and for this reason wo are extending lo every customer and friend ot this institution our thanks for their business cooperation. We extend to everyone an invitation to use our facilities to the fullest extent and to consult with us in regard to all financial matters in which they are interested. We assure you it will be our endeavor to render to you every |>ossihlo service in keeping with our well established policy of safe and conservative banking. Make our bank your financial home. 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