The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1940 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 4, 1940
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WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER -i 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS. Mrs. A. Gonway entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. z. B. Saliba entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. Altar Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, having bingo party, • 8:00 o'clock at American Legion Hut. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Mrs. Ed" Cook Pour 'Bridge club. having Double Mrs, John F. Lenti entertaining Thursday Contract club. ' Woman's Missionary'Union, First Baptist church, observing week of prayer, 2:30 o'clock at church. Y. M. B. club meeting with Mrs. LaGrohne Whittle. Mrs-. G. S. Barnes, entertaining BL-Monthly Bridge club. Club 28 having dance^ at Woman's club. 9:00 o'clock. Ladies' Bible class, Fir si M.?tho- dist church, having Christmas party at church. .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion club meeting 7:30 o'clock at, American Legion Hut. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon having Elmwood Cemetery association. Woman's Missionary Union. First Baptist church, observing week of prayer. 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. Tera Turner entertaining C. B. C. club. Music department, Woman's club, sponsoring benefit bridge party, 2:00 o'clock at clubhouse. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Marilyn Burnett e To Wed This Month Mrs. L. M. Burnette announces the engagement of her daughter, Marilyn, to Walter Clint Caldwell, Jr.. of Jonesboro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clint Caldwell of Osceola. The wedding will be solemnized thus month. Miss Burnette was reared in this city and is a graduate of the city high school. She takes an active part in the work of the First- Methodist church where she is "a teacher in the Sunday school and secretary of the Wesleyan Service Guild. She is employed by the United States Department of Agriculture. Mr. Caldwell is a graduate of the Osceola high schol but previously attended school in Sikeston, Mo. He is connected with the Arco Motor Company in Jonesboro. * * •' son. ing Given For Miss Hale An unusual shower complimented Miss Laura Hale, bride-elect, Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. George W. Barham. Mrs. L. H. Moore and Mrs. Fred Easley entertained at the Barham home. Miss Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale, will become the bride of Herbert Voland of New Rochell, N. Y.. during the Christinas holidays. Silver and blue decorations made a Christmas setting of the living room where 25 guests were entertained. The calla lily, symbolizing th? approaching wedding, was the influence in the party arrangement and plate decoration. Sharon Benish." daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish, dressed is a bride in yellow net and carrying a bouquet of calla lilies behind which were hidden gifts for the jmest of honor, approached Miss Hale as Shirley Barham played the "Wedding March." After fche gifts had- been' opened, refreshments were served. A sandwich rolled to form a calla lily and cakes in a similar design ('.ontirmcd the motif for the plate which was served with hot punch. In each of the lily sandwiches. favors of wedding rings were concealed. "B.ecause her ring tore diamonds rather Uian being plain like the others, Mrs/M. C. Cookc, Jr.. received a gift. The. hostesses also, of presented locket. Sharon Benish with a. Club to iVlcet Member.s of the Cotillion club will meet. Friday night, at 7:30 o'clock at the American Legion Hut. William Law.shc. president, Announced todaj-. 3gram. Mrs. W. J. Rpdgers gave 2 introductory message and Mrs. B. Edds the, devotional on "Peace d Good Will/' Speakers and their subjects were: •s. Harry Friizius "Why We id Preachers to Foreign Fields"; s. John Buchanan "By All >am>, Save One"; Mrs. B. G. sh. "Evangelism in ' the State Rio. Brazil", ndividual prayers were offered Mrs. Edds and Mrs. c. E. Johni. The Lord's prayer was re- Ued in unison and Mrs. Nat Lttain led prayers for all foreign Ids which was closed by Mrs. 'in Huffman. ifs With Club Ars. V. O. Miller played cards h members of the Tuesday Can- ct club Tuesday afternoon at a •ty at the home of Mrs. A. G. U . Irs. V. G. Holland \va.s high and s. B, F. Potter, .second 'high i-er in the bridge games. Mrs. ler was given a gift. Refreshments were served at the iclusion of the games. * fr $ New Member AYS. Claude Kohvyck became a mber of the Woman's Society of ristian Service of the Lake eet Methodist church at a meet- r Monday afternoon at the arch . tfrs. E. K. Sewcll gave the de- ,ional on the subect. "The Good ighbor". Mrs. George Disinger iducted the final lesson in the dy book, "Uprooted America." e meeting was dismissed with lyer by Mrs. Adria Reagan. V visitor for the meeting was s. M. N. Johnston, of Dell. * * 5 apter N Studies uthern Enterprises Ars. L. E. Old led the study of authern Enterprises'" at the eting- of Chapter N of the P O. sisterhood Tuesday night at home of Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. s. Riley B. Jones was co-hostess. /Irs. C. A Cunningham attended • first meeting as a member of group. Ten other members were .sent. /[rs. John Ed James assisted s. Old in presenting the program er which the hostess served re- shinents. iss Has Party Ylrs. J. Nick Thomas and Mrs. P. Pride were hostesses to nine mbers of the Berean Sunday 100! class of the First ian • church for a party at the omas home Tucsdav night. ^-social : hour - followed the brief siness session. Games and con- ts were conducted and the hosl- >es sei'ved refreshments of cake d hot chocolate. rapine Arts Is pie of Delphians 'Graphic "Arts 7 ' was the chief Die of discussion at the meeting the Delphian Fine Arts group esday morning' at the Public jrary. virs. James B. Clark, leader of 2 program, had for the subject her talk. "Wood Engraving", "s. C. R. Wroten talked on tchmg, Etchers and Mezzotint' , sing her discussion on a book der that title written by Joseph nnell. "The Other Graphic Mei" was the theme of Mrs. Charles Wylie's, talk. VIrs. George Roth Is a new inern- r of this group. * * a IJKhlinC effect WftS wnrlfi»rl nnt fnv * o v o *» * .^V ' c^o vYUindl \JL4u iul the solo, "Silent Night" sung by Miss Georgia Lee. who stooti under a bright star us rue other lights were dimmed. Dr. Nies opened the business session with prayer. It was announced that the group had given a basket of food to a needv fimilv on Thanksgiving day. The meeting was closed with a circle of prayer. Eleven members and five visitors were present. Visitors were Mrs. W. J. Rbdgers, Mrs. S. P. Lee, Mrs. Paul Allen, Miss Eva Williams and Mrs. Lum. During the social hour, chop suey and steamed rice were served with Chinese tea presented the group by Mrs. Lum. Miss Eva Williams was given a gift for the most skillful use of chopsticks. + a «. Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Floyd .A. White was hostess to members of the Tuesday club and a guest. Mrs. C. A. Cunning-, ham. Tuesday at her home. Lunch was served at the dining table and later the guests played cards in the living room. Christmas tallies were used for the games in which Mrs. Fred Child was high and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, second high scorer. V * .t Postpone Class Party Because of the illness of several members, the Ladies' Bible class has postponed its party, it was announced today. The party was scheduled for Thursday night at First Bapcist church. , . y Bits of News Mostly Personals * . , * .,-...-• •••-•••-• •• : - •'•• •-..•.. •- ...-.-•-.-..Mrs. E. J. McCray of Palo Alto, Calif., will arrive Sunday for a month's visit with friends and relatives. Her son, Bill Godwin, who attends the University* of Georgia at Athens, will join her here for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. O. Shonyo, Mrs. W. F. Brewer, Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mrs. E. A. Goodrich are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. M. E. Gibbs of Lufkin, Texas, has returned home after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. P. Friend, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at Blytheville hospital. It 'is expected that Mrs. Friend will be removed to. her home* the latter part, .of the week. Mrs. Louise Presson. of Osceola, was a guest Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Garrett and family. B. F. Brogdon, who underwent' an emergency operation for appendicitis recently, was. removed from Walls hospital to his home Tues- rl n v iis^.> * Mrs. Eddie Cummins veturned Tuesday, night from Memphis where she spent two days with, her mother. Mrs. B. E. Blaylock has , returned from Memphis Baptist hospital where she spent two weeks and is now able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Morehead have returned from Paragould where they spent the week end with Mrs. Moreheari's mother. Mrs. T. H. Lloyd. • JV VV V || Mrs. rrpctpr Installs Legion Auxiliary Officers * •^•^•••^•••^^^^•i Observe 50th Anniversary of Wedding Today - Today, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Roach observe their 50th wedding anniversary Ina quiet way at ;theh home, having joined members' pi their family in a large celebration Thanksgiving" day. At that time. • they were guests of their daughter. Mrs. John Foster for a family dinner at her home which not only honored them on their anniversary, but was also >a birthday par'ty for Mr. Fostoi- Whose birthday was Monday, ari< for his mother, Mr& J. H. Foster, Both Mr, nnd Mrs. Roach wei'£ born in Ohio County, ' Ky., neai Hartford, the former on ' Feb. 1 1865. and the latter on July 4 in 1872. They were married Dec! 4 1890 in Henderson, Ky.. where they resided until 1911. Mrs. Roach was the former Miss Siotha Jewell. The Roaches moved to Missouri stopping at Portageville for : .twc years and moved on to Steele in 1913. Two years later they bought a farm near Number r\ T ino where they still reside. • Besides .Mrs. Foster, they have another daughter. Mrs. R. L. Larnb and three grandchildren, Mrs James Henley. Mrs. Ira Walters and George Ronch Lamb. Mr. 'arid Mrs. Roach are members of First McLhorlisf Phm-Hi ^ * *»MV 4*LVU&lwlliolr Wi J Ui L 11. i To Present Play At Baptist Church Tonighi A play, "Her Lengthened Shadow" will be presented at First Baptist Church at .7:30. o'clock tonight. This is the second of the series' of meetings in t.he W. M. S. Week of Prayer for world-wide missions.-This dramatic production is made up. of scenes from the , life - of Lottie Mean in America and China from 1840-0912'. The cast includes: Mrs. .S. M Hood, Dorothy Renegar, Nedra Berryman (as Lottie Moon); -'Eugene Auteh; Mary L, Reeves. Elvis Robinson, Billy Jo Gean. Bert Lamb Evelyn / Shibley, Sarah Warrington, Eloise Barnes. Mary E. Crawford- Dorothy Lum.. Euhi Smith, Walther Webster. Roy Porter, Lbulizza Thompson and Joyce Som^-s. The director is Mrs. Nat Briltain, Mrs. Shelbiirne Brewer is in* charge nf costuming and Mrs. Tom W^ Jfickson, the* properties. / ^ -;U -1 •W. M.-'S officers invite x "gues^ as well a.s members to .sec this 45 minute dram A. Masonic Lodge Wiil Meet At Hall Tonighl Chicka-sawba Lp.dge ,JSfo. 134 will meet in special communication tonight at ' the Hall at'"7 : :30. o'clock. There .will be work in the Mas- tpr Degree. Visit-ing masons, will be welcome, 'those in charge stated. ., Read Courier News Want ads/ •:. .. •. — : — ---- r— ; — ^^^•^^^•^^^••HKJ i^^^B '''.''" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HgnK£2 a^^m • , , ••*-*? ^^^^^^^^^^^~ ^^^KS ^^g HOW U. 1 EVER IB ^H GET MY WASH ING * gj student at .udy of the- Book WHS led by Mrs. This meet in y hus from Tuesduy to 3 women of the for i\ Scott, Roxic week's 3. ton re- Cuthor, Mr. Sago. H. W. Cowun McKinnon two In houu- in Tucker- Brook:; of relatives in Manila this week. Mrs. Undoi'wood -resides in Paragould.". Mr, and Mrs, Albert', B«it visited Mrs. Best's, brother, H»rlan Oo«- nian, und family hivParagoiUd Sunday. ' v ' ; : " ..'/,;••;' .-• •"•';"•'••' Mr. ftnrt Mrs. Hof *rd Phillips o( Hornersviile, Mo., visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Le<5 Phillips and family in Manila Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Shieridan of Memphis nro the ffiiesUTthjs week of Mr. and Mrs. Don" T^turn of Mnuihv. .'.:"•'"' Mr. and Mrs. Downmg visited relatives in Jonesbpro' Sunday. Mr. find Mrs. Robert Killiaii and children spent. Thursday la"K<*H- n<?tt, Mo., us tliQ guests of Mr, ftnd Mrs. Satu KUliau. - : ' Mrs. Minnie Lou Horner, Mrs. Gerald Wnllace and Mrs. Madge Brown were visaing in BlythevJ'Ue Monday. ' Miss Anita Cowan is the guest this week of Miss Neva, Ray Hudson in Ctumlou, MO. H. G. Purtlbw of Blyihevlllq was in Mnuilu Monday ou. business. East qf Cft'nalpu', Mo., is this week hi Manila where he is nltending '1,0 business Interests and visiting relatives. J. T. Beard, who has bceji visiting his brother, A. P.' Beard, anc^ family in "Manila for the past week has returned to his homo In Ma^ rion. Ky. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Hcnnnn Alston have re-, turned from a visit with relatives and friends in Lucllow, Miss. Vincent Lay, who is employed at Webb, Miss., spent the weekend \v\th his fainlly In Manila." Cane HM SM Pfeees NORTH SEARSMONT, Me; (UP) —George Qove has irude two c«ie», ' one con'talning-550 ' wood the 'other 350 ' pieces. - Each cane is fashioned" from ^mbre than. ' 50 diflertnt klrwJs o; Reliev« misery direct -without "dosTnF. UM svlft-actiBg Vlt« VAK>RUB WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY HAKRY CAREY Fanimruiit News & March of Tini« Phone KUr 224 Ptwnc Roxy The aye of the salmon can be told by the rings on its'scales. music .the national' contest Sunday. La., where he is first n Camp Bcaurcgard. Mrs. Louis Townsund nc!. Ul. oho latter part Moore and underwent was guest of in Lcachvlllc rv »-ui L «.'««. >» ** A *J»w U\J LL\.lJil_tVl * •* f | ' In addition to the study of con- Ml \*ncl Mrs. Leo Young. Mr. ___________ - LoiUizza test music, there will be special In- R "f' M , rs - Jlm struction for each section of the band clinic from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock Friday afternoon and a concert Saturday night from 7:30 to 5):00 o'clock. Tryouts will determine the lank band. Band students from Newport, , ville visited Mr. and of Blythc- Mrs. Will Paragould, Forrest City. Helena and Bn i jtl - sl ' Hospital. Wright in Manila Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller of Horncrsvillc. Mo., were guests Sunday of Mr. raid Mrs. J. R. Ptxtton: The RRV- H. P. Jcrnlgvvn was in Memphis Monday', ii c cnrried" Mrs. B. Brown there for cure In the other cilies in this section will attend the 'Clinic. Local students--- will bo over by their parents. Boy.s will Mr.s. Wilson 'Underwood nnd small daughter Kny are visiting drivf.'n. ivlrs - viojfl McDonald and oilier Will be guests in private homes/ it was stated. Walls llospita: Boycl Edwards. Joiner, ndmilted. Memphis IMcthorlist I[i«iiitnl •Silas Coleman, Osceola, admitted. STiSUOSEPH I ASPIRIN § WORLD'S LARGEST ^ 8 SELLER AT Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly Jf ,vuu Niiffur from rlnMuniitlc. ui-LliriUs i>r iutUvillM piiin, try Ihis 'sliuiilo ittox- |ii'iiniv(' l.uiiui n«ci|i(t tliiU t!ninsiiinlN itro uhinif. (.ii-t a imckiiKi. of Uu-Kx Compound lotliiy. il.l\ U n iniari, nf water,' utl<|_ tlin jiijco of .J toinyuH. U'B imtO'. Nu "lri)iil)li> ' iit till ' iniil jjJuiisiuit. Vnu niM'tl 'only 1! 'iu))(i<k|)(>imuful l\v« lime* ii ilny, Ofiiiu wlllilii -JH hourn— Htniiotimoii ovunilicla—spkMuHd. njoiiltH nru ulitiiliuu). If tin; |I»|UK il(» liot i|iuo!cly lim\'l> liml |f y 0ll ,|y ,j ot f 0l ,j,-, Ku-Kx will cost you noililiiif to try iiij it Is solil liy" youv ilruKpijI uiultir nil uUsoUiLo inoiH'y.liiM'U (JtniiritnUro. Hu-Kx CoiiiiKiuiuI IK for hnio und riicommmidixl t>y K'irliy ]\rn». inxl dnipr stores evitry- ROXY • ••••^•^•^•^••••^•^•^iB^lB^HHM^^^IMVI^^^B, LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc 4 2«o WHY GAL WOULD NEW YEAirS EVE DANCE Owen Zuck and His ORCHESTRA '. Sponsored by the j Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hill ROSEMARY IANE ttOWl UKVB • 1fX( OMEMI raoMA BUSUC.IUXB raun Di^tct«I by No«l 1L Smltk •a*^ ««y kr bkwi E. bnCFN Also Comedy Kiqiv ft Roohellc HudSOIl THUR. & FRI. BARGAIN lt>c & ZOc BLAZING ACTION! CO L U M I I A f I C T U I E Also Selected Shorts WHY PAY MORE? 1.—Short terms considered UN cash. 2.—Everything, everyday, the best for as LESS. .1—Largest variety in towh~Afcat»4-PouHry—Groceries. 4.—Prompt delivery town or country—No tone waiting. 5.—Quality unexcelled—Never undersold any day. All These & More at the One & Only RITE PRIC£ GRO. & MKT. Ul-113 E. Main in Blytheville phone 234 Arc Guests of Club Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. O. M. Morgan were guests of Mrs. Ancil Webb Tuesday afternoon when she was hostess to mcmbers of the Duo-Quad Bridge chib for a party. Home made cake and coffee were served after the games. Mrs. William Corder was high arid Mrs. T. L. Heaton. second high scorer. Club lias Guests When Mrs. James J. Pickrcn entertained members of the Tuesday club : at her home Tuesday afternoon, she also had as her guest. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. A.;"lsalad plate \vas served after the "games'" in which pme.s went to Mrs, Dixie Crawford for high and Mrs. Max B. Reid, second high. Plans for the annual-Christmas i Noye i Program On dance will be "discussed and offi- - • -"- v '• - Mrs. Bess Proctor, formerly ol here and now of Little Rock, and a past state president, of the Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion Auxiliary, installed officers of the local Auxiliary Tuesday night- at a meeting at the Hut. Officers • installed were: Mrs. Mike Mcroney, president: Mrs. Bryant Stewart, first vice president; Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. second vice president: Mrs, E. A. Rice. r;ecre- tary; Mrs. George Roth, treasurer: Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. sergeant- at-arms; Mrs. Edgar Bonun. historian. During the business session, the group voted to cancel all meetings until after the first of the year. For a social hour, the members were the guests of the American Legion. Coffee and sandwiches were served. cer.s for the coming year will be elected. * * * Club Has Party Members of the Double G Bridge club and one guest. Miss Elizabeth Plcasants of Minter city, Miss., houseguest. of Miss Mary Spain Usrey. were entertained night at the home of ginia Little. Refreshment, 5 East Is Presented A.' i.rvel program on China and j Japan w a s presented Tuesday ; night al the meeting of the Business Woman's Circle of the First Baptist church at the home of Dr. Edna Ivias. . . County Medical Association Tues- Miss Edna Karl Williams was day night at 'the annual business Keiser Physician Heads Medical Group Dr. J. T. Polk, of Keiser. was elected president of the" Mississippi Vr- leader of the Royal Service pro- i { gram at City Hall. "Steadfast in china and | n r . T. K.Mahan was named vice I Japan." A special feature of the | president and Dr.'F. D. Smith was "°' . , , . program xvas'a talk given by Mrs -p-r!crt.^d s^cretarv iments were-served during inbn' i nm a hn«t HPT iioMv^'^- eiect.u ^vivuuy. •s i\) which Mrs I Farris ' ^ - P nauve Cluna. | Out of to'An physiciansSi.erc were ' and Miss Mar- J?f ^""1 ^ C _°- A ^ enca 12 years i Dr - ' T - F -5 ud ' son ' of Luxotra, and garet Shaver, second high scorer. Miss Pleasants was presented a gift. Baptists Bepp Season of Prayer A Season of Prayer for World Wide Missions was begun here Tuesday when the Woman's Mis-: •"ipna.ry Union of the First Baptist Church had its first program in concordance 'with ail other Baptist churches. Mrs. Leslie Moore was leader of the program on "Tidings of Peace Through Healing and Preaching" presented in the afternoon al the church. The observance was a candlelight service with a white Cross providing the background for tlie others who appeared on' the. p;ro- gram were in costume of the Eastern countries. Mrs. Russell B.augh j gave the devotional .following which ! J Miss Pearl Lee discussed "Diffi- | culties in China." Mrs. Lily Sisk | spoke on the subject, "Steadfast t for Christ in Japan." A special ! , Tidwell of Read Courier News want ads- HEADACHE? fccxt time your head achea and your [nerves arc jittery, get quick relief with ipudinc. Acts so fasfc and smooth fac- fc^L VIlV^ 1 ' Fo "' r * Directions on I See our wonderful line of Cemetery Wreaths. Make your .selection while the line is complete. Prices are moat reasonable. ionw of Flowers 200 Davis Avc. OOPS- SORRY OL'MAN PSHAW, MO MICKEYWOUSE Oft KOTHIM/ SORRY MISTER, WE CAN'T PUMP WITHOUT ELECTRfClTY THE DATE IS OFF IVEGOTTOOEAKI V-/an you imagine life in a town iji this, modern ageAy'ithout electric service? You get up and expectantly snap on 'the radio-to-your favorite early morning program. No response. V Like toast for breakfast? Sorry, yon won't get any this morning. The milk is sour—no refrigeration. . Too bad if you drive to work and need gas. Gasoline, you sec, can't be pumped without electricity. Factory machines arc idle. Cash registers won't work. Newspapers can't be printed. There arc no street lights. . At home, the family has had a bad day. The washing machine wouldn't operate. The iron wouldn't heat. Footl spoiled in the refrigerator. The vacuum cleaner was useless. Sister is,fit to be tied because she couldn't get a permanent for the big dance. . You try to read—a strain by candlelight..'Movies aren't running. You go to bed hoping "they'll" get things fixed by morning.. * -,* * *.' "• .' . Electric service is something that is taken.for granted—until it i? taken away. Only then do people appreciate how lost they'd be without it. V "''. " " • ' . "•.•'•' .-..'..•'•-"-' Another thing about electric service that is rarely appreciated is its cheapness* Half of our customers pay only eight cents a day or less for electric service. Almost all of .them use'at least three appliances- Many customers who use five or more appliances p^ay no more than ten cents a day. We, of the electric company, qrc proud of these accomplishments, because we do know we arc making available a service which is cheap, and which steps down steadily in cost while it steps up in efficiency. DrYlTtrP'D JrUWXiit

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