The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1940 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 11, 1940
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE (ARK.) /COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1940 CarutbersviUe Society r=rP«isooal Kook Club . <;Mrs. Mona Helm was hostess to members of the Monday Rook Club this week with Mrs. R. T. White as a guest.' \ ffigh score prize, a quilted Kleenex box,. went to Mrs. Minnie McGill, and consolation, a potted plant, went to Mrs. W. H.. Latimer. A set of pictures were'"'given'' as guest prize to Mrs. White. ' The hostess served sandwiches, a jalad course, and date roll topped with whipped cream. Miniature Chrjstmas trees were given as favors. $ 4 * Slonday Night Bridge Club Miss Dollye Robinson was the guest'of the Monday Night Bridge. Club this week when it was en-' tertained by Mrs. Ely Saphian.. Mrs.- Laura Langdon won the high score award, Mrs. Ralph Goodin was .second and Mrs. Pauline Goodwin bridgoed. A. dessert course and coffee was served. Mrs. Vester Bash will entertain ihe club next. rhilathca Class? Klects Officers = Mrs. B. H. England, first vice president of the Philathea Class of the Baptist Church, presided in the absence of Mrs. Ernest Long, president, at the meeting of the class at the home of Mrs. Philip - Aquino, for their annual election of officers. Mrs. Long was re-elected president, and Mrs. England first vice president with Mrs. Amzy Caldwell as her assistant. Mrs. H. H. Brown ^was elected teacher • of ^'the....class with Mrs.oJiiy,-^^Wlitte as her . Aquino was elected vice president, with Mrs. Charles Dorroh, assistant; Miss Mary Frazelle, third vice president, with Miss Nellie McClanahan, as- Distant; Mrs. Edith McClosky, secretary^- Miss Mayme Herndon, treasurer, and Mrs. Lonnie Campbell, reporter. Group captains elected were: No. 1, Mrs. R. E. Jessup; No. 2, Mrs. L. E. Evenson; 'No. 3, Mrs. Louis Meyer; and No. 4, Mrs. John Letner. . Mrs. Aquino served apple pie, cheese, mints and coffee at the close of the meeting. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix Chitwood went to Memphis Monday where Mrs. Chitwood entered a hospital. Mr. arid Mrs. T. P. Paires of Jackson, Miss., arrived here Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Cain. Mrs. .Paries is Mrs. Cain's HOLD EVERYTHING COHi. l»*0 IV hi* JUVKX IMC. T. U. KK. U. S.'>AT. 0»f. in Chicago from Sunday until Wednesday night attending ah auto parts dealers convention,^;Miss Martha Ware Rpbbins "of Steele, a : student of Llndehwdod College, was in Carulhersvijlp Sunday 'afternoon. .society riml will "be held at the Russell relumed home with them daughter, 'Reen, were visllors in church. : .^ g:jj: to make arrangements to move Blythevillc recently. COMPLETE LINE OP Steele-Cooter Society ^Personal Mr*'. Marv-in Willis Entertains' : Mrs. Marvin Willis was hostess Lo her bridge club of Cooler at, the home of Mrs. Lewis Lester Thursday evening when she also had several guests. The high score award, bath salts, went- to Mrs Torn Lewis, second high, toilet water, went to Mrs. Sidney Miller jr.,' nnd bridge, powder puff, went to Mrs. Rob. Rushing. The hostess served chicken salad on letucc crackers, pie and 'coffee. Mrs, Yeager , Entertains . Mrs. Lee Yeagnr. wa.s hostess to li«r Young Matrons Bridge club of Steele and the following guests: Mrs. R. J... Tatoum, Mrs. J. W. Reno and _Mrs. Harbert Hudgen.s, 'on Wednesday afternoon. High score award went to Mi-.s. Marshall Cameron, .second high 10 Mrs. Tommie Frakes, and bridge to Mrs. Marshall Burroughs. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. :;-. y ••$ Miss Mary Frances Parkins of Dresden, Tenn'., returned home Sunday afetr a month's visit here with her aunt, Mrs. H. L. Casey nnd other relatives. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Casey Edwards and children, who spent the weekend in Drc.sdcn and Bells. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Russell and children of Hcrron, Tenn., his family there over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell are moving to Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Zfihner went to Mt. Vernon over the weekend where Mrs. Zahner will remain for several days under treatment,. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cook and children, George Wade, and Virginia, left over the weekend to spend the winter in Ft. Myers. Fla. Elvis McCann and Ray Jones returned . home Sunday morning "1 shudder lo lliink. Homer, how I'd have wound up if ? I'd sluck to stocks and bonds." •' sister. Mr. Pairees left Monday morning to return 'home but Mrs. Fairies will remain here for about n month's visit. Mrs. Larua King and son, Howard, and Mrs. Wayne Ulmer, and son. Jerry Wayne, spent Monday ui Cape Girardeau. "' Clyde Essary and H. Edwards attended a football game in Memphis Sunday. Sam Kimbell, n representative of the State Board of Health, was- in Caruthersville from Sunday until Wednesday on business. William Parker of Braggadocio was in Caruthersville on business Monday, . James Alexander of Hayti was in the city attending to busines matters Monday. Miss Marion " McCutchcn of Blythevillc was here over the weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs Frank Wilks. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCutchen of Wheatley, Ark., were here over the weekend to visit their daugntei Mrs. Sam Gillett, and Mr. Gillett Miss Elizabeth Wilks of Cap Girardeau was here over the-week end to visit her mother, Mrs. Virgi . Wilks. | Mr. and Mrs. Johnny .. Whit [-spent" Sunday in Panvgould, Ark., vherc they attended a divisional Ciwanis Conference. On their way lome they "Visited', in Rector with vlr. and Mrs. O. L-. Daullon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chancy of Shawnec, Okla.. has arrived here spend a few days with her nother, Mrs. J. R. Pierce, and Mi- Pierce, and her . sister, Mrs. Raj Edwards .ami family. Miss Virginia Pigue of Memphis was here over the week one to' visit her grandmother. Mrs C. P. Meadows, and other rela tives. Floyd Barnhart spent the week end at Risco where he made : business .trip to his farm nea therr. Jack Woodson. who is employed after a weks visit . in points of lorida and Mississippi. D.. 1. Clark and son . Wakcleigh spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr", and Mrs. Abher A-shcraft and. recently. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Porter and son of California are visiting Miss Florence Cunningham and family of the New Survey community. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Spence spent- yesterday .in Osceola, Ark., .with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Campbell and Mrs. Tom .Hopper visited Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert .Travis of Caruthersville Saturday. ., Call 10 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY'STORK R.R. and Ash Sts. The word milliner comes from Milaner, after inhabitants ot" Milan, Italy, which once' was a great center for feminine finery. ;Eearl Courier • > T ows want ad.s. spent last weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Fennov Russell. Fenner to Social Mrs. .Sam Hamra. MIT,. Dan Sleele and Mrs. Nev/berry Johnson vero to the social., day of the Woman's Society 3f Christian Service at the home Mrs. Hamra Monday afternoon. A large number of members and everal guests were present. Mrs. P. F. McCutchen gave a •eport on the new Mission study book, "Shifting Population," after which final plans were made for serving the Rotary Club banquet- Wednesday night. After a social hour a refreshment plate was .served. Next Monday will be the regular meeting for the Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If VMIJ suffer fnnii i-lh-iuu:itii'. :id li ri li-i <ir Mi'iirilis- ]t;iin, try ilii-: riiiujili' inr-x- li.'iisivi- l.iiiih; iv«-i|n' lliui ihmixiiinls ar«- iiMMi,'. Oi-L :i |i:i«-lc;iK'' <»f Itu-Hx Coin- Ijoiutil tuiliiy. Mix it wiili '•<• i|«:irt nf \vitli-r, adit ilii! jn'u'f of -I Iriniiiis. ll's i-usy. No troultlo :il :ill iind |pjc:is:uii. V«u iii'iMl only '1 taljk-sijoonsful t limns :i ilay. 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