The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 15, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK) COURIER NEWS \ Dell And Qsceo WEDNESDAY; JANUAR 15, mi Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS MJTS. Marshall Blackard entertaining Y. M. B: club. Duo-Quad BfiSge club meeting wJih Mrs, 8. K, Garrett. Mrs. G. S. Barnes, Mrs. Edith McCobi and Mrs.-C. B. Wood of Luxora entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of th£ United Daughters of tiie Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock, at Barnes home. Mrs; George A. Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Dessert club meeting . with Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Mrs. Harry W v Haines entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Double Four Bridge club meeo- ing with Mrs. Lafayette May. Miss Patty June Davis entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club at W.-D. ChamoJm home. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.-Jesse M. White entertaining Friday Contract Club. Music Department, Woman's club, .meeting 2:30^ o'clock,' ciub house. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. dub. Married 65 Yea Ifas Club Party At Hotel Noble AUss Virginia Mai-tin, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs, Tom F, Martin, had me Douoie G club party in the Colonial Room of the Motel Tuesday night. Piayifig witn me .club members were: Mrs. Wilton JB. Zedler, Miss Nancy Kirshner and Miss Maurine Branson. A oessert plate was served at the conclusion ot the games in which Mrs. J. Farris McCaim was high and Mrs. Zenier, second higai scorer. Bridge Club Meets Members ol the Tuesday club and lour guests were entertained ior the weeicly party at the home of Airs. Hiiey B. Jones Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H; J. Mckinnon, Mrs, G. S. Atkinson and Mrs. W. G. Card, ot Manilatj and Mrs. Bernard Alien *were guests. A sttiaci plate was served after the games. High', prize went to Max B, Ueid, and second high to Mrs. Jot G. Trieschmann. Are Guests of Club Airs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. H. G. Partiow. were guests, of iMrs. L, S .Benish Tuesday, afternoon .when she entertained members of the City Contract "club. ^ s : '. ; :.'-'. .'" ( ' _ , '_ : Refreshments were served at the conclusion , of, the games in' which Mrs. Benish was Wgh andMrs.-l R ; :. Ri S8i>,. x .«Vhd "^thcir children left Allen, second high scorer: - : | Wednesday >.fpr Sacrnmontp, Calif.. -'• '' ' '•'wli&'c they'^Nviir'.join Mr. Stutts nnd Mr. Riggs, who arc employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ross and daughters og Flint, Mich., and M. Bits of New* Mostly Personal! Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Couple Disproves Old Saying "Early Marriages Don't Last With arrival 01 1941, Mr. and Mrs. is. R. McGregor are beginning their fiGlh year of married life as proof of the fallacy that early marriages \vonfc last- Married fit, 19 and 11 years of age respectively, Mr. and Mrs. McGregor celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary , recently. They came to Blythevillc 30 vent's apo from Florida and were in the riiy goods and grocery business here for n years. Mr. McGregor also was employed on the police force here for two years after having served as. guard of prisoners on road work in Florida. Perhaps the most exciting- years of their married life were spent in Sheffield. Ala., when that city was booming. Mr. McGregors brother was the first mayor of Sheffield, which because of its proximity to Muscle Shoals, was expected to be a large city. Mr. McGregor originally from Virginia, and Mrs. McGregor from Milan. Tenn.. who are now 84 and 81, look back on a very happy life though it has been filled with the usual amount of tragedies, especially in the death of their children. Six of their it children arc still .living- ami they have 32 grand children and one great grand child. Their daughters arc: Mrs. L. E. Solph of Plant City, Fla.; Mrs. W. D. Mcbermott of Memphis; Mrs. M. E. Bryant of Memphis, and Mrs. Clarence Hurley of Lansing, Mich. Sons arc T. E. McGregor and Eciclie McGregor, both of here. The McGregors live nil 804 Clark St. Manila Society—Personal Mrs. Lester :Siutt5 ruUi Mrs. U. k Hostess to Club. Mrs.,Joe Lynn Hamby was hostess for the Tuesday Bunco chio: parly at her home. Tuesday afternoon. Guesis were Mrs. Harry Ham by, Mrs. Bill Hainby. Mrs. Shields Edwards and Mrs. Ovelia Chandler. Prizes in the games went to Mrs.' W. A. Nally for jiigh, Mrs. Nathan; Carl for low and Mrs. Clara Perry ; for bunco. ' A dessert course .was served by | .'the. hostess at the .conclusion of I the games. . 3 . 1 •„ i i- » I Entertains Club ! A centerpiece of spring flowers I decorated the table of Mrs. Elton 1 W. Kirby Tuesday when she had i the Tuesday Bridge club .party at | her home. I Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mrs. R. I L. Stoekett played cards with the I club members. | Following the three course lunch, bridge was played. Mrs. Hunter Sims was high and Mrs. Fred Child; second high scorer. R; Grecr of Hor'nersville. M0. r were guests Thursday of Mrs. Emma Foe find family. Mrs. Pete Ballurd, who hns been very ill for the past several clays, is very much improved. A. C. McHenry of Marion. Inrl., nrrive'd here Wednesday for an extended visit with his son, Byrl McHemy, and Mrs. McHenry. The Rev. Frank Sweet lias re- i turned from Marked Tree where ' he attended to business for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whistlo and children, Micky and Corn and Don Whistle of Yucaipa. Calif., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whistle and family this week. Miss Edythc Tipton, who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton. has refill ned to Sc;arcy where she is attending college. Worthy Matron Mrs. Bill Crews and daughter, Shirley and Carolyn, and mother, Mrs. Ethel Johnson, are able to be out after having been ill of in- fiuen/a. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell jr., and .son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins, all of Car'uthersvllle, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rober.son and family.. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister is recovering from a week's illness of influenza. Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmoh, Mrs. Elton W. Kii;by and Mrs. Riley B. Jones will go to Memphis Saturday to see kather- ine Hepburn in "The Philadelphia Story" at Ellis auditorium. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson is ill of influenza at her home. Miss Lillian Shaver and Miss Carolyn Haley, teachers in the Manila school, are visiting relatives as their school has been dismissed because of influenza and measles epidemics. Miss Shaver is the guest of her brother, W. W. Shaver, and family, and. Miss Haley of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley. •*. Mrs. W. B. Crews, w r ho has been ill of a sinus infection, at Walls Hospital and later at the home of her son, Bill Crews, has returned to her home at Kciser. V Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, MlsS Elizabeth Ann Wilson and Miss Prances McHaney arc spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker left today for Washington. D. C., -to attend the inauguration ceremony of President Roosevelt and to visit their daughter, Mrs. Fleet C. Hathorn and her family. They plan to be away for three weeks. Everett B. Gee is expected to return today from New Madrid, Mo.; where lie has attended to business- for two days. Murray Smart is resting very well, at Memphis Baptist Hospital where he underwent a major operation Tuesday morning. His sisters. Mrs. E. R. Dickinson and. Mrs. J. M. Jontz. who went down with him, have returned by Mrs. Smart will remain in Memphis. Tie For Methodist Attendance Banner Young people of Dell Metho'd'ist Church and , Osceoja Methodist Church tied for the attendance banner awarded Monday night at tliq monthly meeting, of the -Mississippi county Young People's league at First Methodist Church here. .More lhan 100 young people were present from the local First church. Luke Street, Dell, Luxora, Manila. Osceola and Monette churches. '.''"" Two talks -were made: during the worship period-. Miss Maxine Reid spoke on "What I Want To Take Into the New Year and What I Expect, to Get but of It", and Joe McClure talked on "What I Want .My League to Be and Do in 1941". Miss" Alexa Williams played a musical piano number a and read the scripture. Billy Browne read a poem; "A New Leaf." Prayer was offered by the Rev. Martin Bierbaum, pastor at Luxora. Bob ;sharp of Luxora, vice president of the Union, conducted the business session, Graham Wright directed the recreational activities :: during the social hour which followed. Refreshments were served. A town in western North Carolina is named "Loafer's Glorv." -NEURALGIA £?£ Uc l!2?_..? cls ^t. because if Chicago had its heaviest rainfall two-fifths inches of rain fell on Aug. lli 1923, when two and L"i«'d CAPUDINE FOR SALE SHIBLEY'S BEST FLOUR Barrel 48 Lb. Sack $135 24 Lb. Sack Q5c 100 Lbs. Sugar $4.70 C. ABRAHAM Ash & Uroadwav Phone 816 FOR WOMEN If fidgety nerves, restless nights arid other distress caused by functional monthly disturbances keep you from havingfunnt such times—takeLydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound- famous for over 60 years In relieving weak, nervous feelings of women's "difficult days." WORTH TRYING' Mrs. Ruth Ln \vhon, is the newly clncted Worthy Mntron o. the Steelc chapter of the Eastern Star. River. La., is spending n fc\v days j with her parents, Mi\ and Mrs. "j. P. Grain. She will also visit, her daughter Mrs. J. T. RtimUc in Tupelo. Miss., before returning to her home. Carl William Tip\m III. Ken- Mil/) WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY (Tuesday is not Bargain Day this week) Northwest Mounted Police with GARY COOPER. MADELEINE CARROLL I'rcslon Foster & Pauletk' neth Rn Arc ; Guests of Ciub ' ""Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, Mr.s. C. G. Redman and Mrs. Jess Horner were Mrs. F. E. Howcll has returned from Methodist Hospital in Mem- Mr - phis where - she has been visitim* guests of Mrs. John F. Beinmiller Tuesday afternoon when she en- . Icrtained members of the Tuesdav ! her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Maurice Howel!, who recently underwent a major operation. Mrs. Howcll's condition is improving. Mrs. Lester Grain and ., Contract club with a party at- her I ?^ nnie 1UKi Diunc - of Detroit, • j home; - | ^ lch - have arrived in Manila lor hi "Refreshments were served after j ? visiL with Mrs ' Grain's parents. ''* the -games in which Mrs.. James j ' and Mrs " A " R " Ralhu ' fi V. Oates was high and Mrs. B. F. Potter; second hizh scorer. At The Hospitals 'Is Hospital • Mrs. Curtis Roberts. Holland, ml- ' mitted. j Dorothy McMurtry. city, atlmil- j tcri. ' j •Milton McMurtry, cic.y. admitted.! Jesse Westmoreland, city ens- ' .missed. ! BJytheviHc Hospital I Mrs Arthur Taylor. Coo'rr .vi- ; aimed. | Mrs Christine (An* riiv TH' ; mitted " ''."" i Mrs. Margaret Walker, cily. ;;c- ' Mrs. A. J. Burton i.s .spendine the week in Marked Tree with hoi- son, Earnest Burton, nnd family. Mrs. Beulah MrCuMough. ol Memphis. \vas hero Monday for the funeral of- her niece. Mrs. Marshall Rogers. Mrs. Gmrgc Morris oi lV;\rl Tipton. and Tipton. children of d Mrs. Jack Tipton. who en ill of influenza for the Also Selected shrts , last two weeks, are recovering. i Miss Neuva M; U - Sutherland is spend ins this week in Memphis wiih her inotluM". Mrs. Earne.-it Sutherland, who i.s in j n Method- j. i ;i Hospital. Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 ••••^ ^•^»««Ji«^^_ USTEN TO KLCN ]Q:nO n.m.— 12:45 p.m.— 4:30 p.m. R.nnd Conner News \v;i:u ao.s. i Relieve misery as 3 on!, of 5 mothers do. Rub -. .. 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