The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1941 Social TUESDAYS EVENTS parent Teacher association meeting 3:00.o'clock at scho<4 preceded by executive board meeting a& 2:ap o'clock. ' Delphian Fine Arts group meet- Ing 9:30 o'clock at public library. Order of".Eastern Star having stateo. meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall Miss Frances .Little entertaining Double G-club. Tuesday Bunco club meeting with Mrs. Nathan Cart. Mrs. Max B. Reid having Tuesday • club. Mrs, Rosco Graf ton entertaining City Contract club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting •with"-Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. James V. jO&tes having Tuesday Contract dub. , Map.e Grove Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS " Chapter D of the P. E, O. Sisterhood meeting 2:30 o'clock with Airs. Everett B. Gee. .Mrs. C. Modinger entertaining Town and Country clubb. . ADO club 'meeting with Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. Farnsworth Black having Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring'"bingo party, 8:00 o'clock at American Legion Hut. Mrs; Ricnard Ackle, of Joiner, entertaining: Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. George A. Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. ; .Cee-Que. Bridge club meetins with Miss v Maurihe Branson. Mrs. Jess Horner having Thursday Dessert club. ''••. Mrs': . W. L. Horner entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting 'with Mrs. Edgar .Borum. -Mrs. : "R.. F. Kirshner having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Carl Marshall entertaining :• T.; M.. B- ClUb. Woman's Foreign Missionary Society,-, Church of the . Nazarene, meeting. 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. FRIDAY'S EVENTS J Mrs. 'J. T. Smith entertaining Duo-<auad. Bridge club at Rustic ;C. B. C. club meeting with Mrs. • J/'G. Barnes. . Chapter .D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, Vagabond Style Bite of Newi Pcoooals operation performed there last week. 'iYif Ross D. Hughes was called to Memphis Sunday to be with his father, W. S. Hughes of Haynes, Ark., who Ls seriously ill at Methodist hospital. Mrs. Charles G. Morehead is able to be out today after having been ill of influenza for more than a week. and setyed for. a number of. years as treasurer. She is survived by a daughter, IMAGINE finding fashion inspiration in the hobo jungles! Some- A one did, for here's comely Mary Voight, of Newport, R. I., carrying her huge Polynesian print carryall beach bag on a hobo- stick. Rest of her smart outfit, snapped at Palm Beach, Fla., consists of a huge cartwheel hat, voluminous silk pajamas in a soft gray-and-white print, and matching necklace and bracelet of real seashells. Twin Daughters Bom To Former Local Couple Lynch. A Dutch supper to begin a 7:00 o'clock is being planned in he Twin daughters were born to j honor. Mr. and Mrs. .Charles A. Wood Saturday, she will be the gues Jr./ formerly of here, at their of Mrs. Harry W. Raines and Mrs home in Corning this mom ing. John Ed James who are entertain The babies have been named Blaren ing- Chapter N afc a luncheon Elise and Patricia Marie for their | the Haines home. 1:00 o'clock. paternal grandmother, Mrs. Wood ST., their aunt, Miss Patricia Wood. havirig Dut^ii supper, 7:00 o'clock; 1 both of this city, and their at B \ ' "Jjvnch home mother. ' RsWroten entertaining Mrs. Wood Jr., was before her Jack Thro will be hostesses for To Be Hostesses For Bingo Party. Mrs. Laura Jarboe and Mrs. Mr.s. Walter Rosenthal Js able to be out after having undergone an operation at Blytheville Hospital 12 days ago. Miss Billie Leggett, who attends the University of Mississippi at Oxford, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Leggett. Her sister, Mrs. Bob Burns, and Mr. Burns, motored her to Wilson Sunday afternoon to Join Miss Ruby Cram, also a student at Ole Miss, who had spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grain. Mrs. B. F. Potter returned Sunday night from Memphis where she had spent several days with, relatives. * Mi-, and Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp attended the Theater Guild production of "The Philadelphia Story" starring Katherine Hepburn iii Memphis Saturday night. Mrs. Tom Phillips was removed from Walls hospital to Jier home Saturday. She is steadily improving and was able to sit up Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Still and son, Gene, f Plymouth, N. C., who have spent few months here with Mrs. Still's lother, Mrs, C. S. Stevens, re- urned last week. Mrs. Stevens ccompanied them to Plymouth for a visit. v Mrs. > Leonard Johnson and laughter, Beth, returned this morn ng from New Orleans where they lave visited Mr. and Mrs. O. W Stephenson for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen spent the \veek end in MeniphL where they attended the showing of "The Philadelphia Story" and saw the ice skating act at the Hotel Peabody. Mrs. Julia Scruggs has been pending several days in Memphis. Her son,' W. M. Smiggs, ,\vith whom she makes her home, was to,go down for her today. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger has gone to Morrilton. to attend a three day conference on Religious education. Walter Rosenthal has gone .to St. Louis to do • spring marketing for the New York Store. He will be there until the middle of the week. Miss Louise Leggett spent the At The Hospitals Wall* Hospital Herbert Childs, city, admitted Juam'ta Davis, city, admitted. Raymond Earl Ridge, Holland, admitted. . Mrs. Tom Phillips, city, dismissed. Euli.s Johnson; Dell, di.smLs.secl. Mrs. O. W. McClure and baby; city, dismissed. ' Mrs. B. C. Barber, Dell, dismissed. Mrs. Loys Love and baby, city, dismissed. :'. Sam Jacobson, St. Louis, Mo., •dismissed. Mrs. Curtis Roberts, Holland, ismissed. Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Grover grandson, G. C. C. Driver, Sr. p a Driver, Jr.'. of Memphis, one brother, J. W. Allen, of Knoxville, Tenn., and one sister, Mrs. Emma Sasser, of Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. Arthur Hale, city, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital AJvin Helm, Warden, Mo., admitted. Mrs. Maxine Smith, Qsceola, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mr.s. R. A. Gaines, Manila, ad- nitted. Mrs. C. H. Wallace,, Blytheville, admitted. • Read Courier News want ads. Services Held Yesterday For Mrs. Anna Allen Morrow at Family Home LUXORA, Jan. 20. ~ Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Allen Morrow, wife of the late J. F. Morrow, who died early Sunday mom- ing after an illness of,many years, were conducted Sunday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock from the family residence with the Rev. Ralph L. Douglas, pastor, of the Baptist church, officiating. ;She was 80 years of age. Burial was made in the old Luxora family cemetery. Mrs. Morrow was bom near Carrollton, Miss., and after the death of her father, moved with her mother to Wesson, Miss., where she lived until she was married- to J. P. Morrow. Coming to Luxora as a bride, she had lived here for the past 48 years. The death of Mrs. Morrow marks the passing of the only remaining charter member of the Luxora Baptist church in which she was always interested and took an active part until forced by ill health eight years ago to be a shut-in. She was also a charter member of the first Missionary society of the Luxira Baptist church BEWARE NOW OF EPIDEMIC COLDS! Here's Some Good Time-Tested Advice With folks all around suffering with contagious colds, be just as careful as you can—and you may avoid a lot of sickness, trouble and worry. Follow these simple rules of health: Live normally. Avoid excesses. Eat simple food. Drink plenty of water. Keep elimination regular. Beware of wet feet and drafts. Take some exercise daily—preferably outdoors. Get plenty of rest and sleep. Then use these two time-tested treatments when needed. AT THE FIRST SIGN OF ft SNIFFLE, SNEEZE OR NASAL IRRITATION...put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril right awav. This helps to prevent many colds from developing, because Va-tro-nol is expressly designed to help Nature's own defenses against colds. (If a head cold causes stuffiness, you'll find that a few drops of Va-tro-nol helps clear the clogging mucus and makes breathing freer and easier.) 'IF A CHEST COLO OR CaUINIHG COLO DEVELOPS (some colds get by all precautions) depend on Vicks VapoRub to relieve miseries. Rub VapoRubon throat, chest and back and cover with a warmed cloth. VapoRub acts to bring relief 2 ways at once. It stimulates surface of chest and back like a warming poultice. At the same time it releases helpful medicinal vapors that are breathed direct into the irritated air passages. Both Va-tro-nol and VapoRub have been tested through years of use in millions of homes. When you use these two medicines you are not experimenting, you are not taking needless chances. Remember: If the condition of the cold fails to respond quickly to treatment—or if more serious trouble is indicated—call your family physician right away. In the meantime be prepared I Get a bottle of Vicks Va-tro-nol and a jar of Vicks VapoRub today. a Friday Contract club at Colomai marriage, Miss Martha Elise Moore, the bingo party to be given Thurs- Roorn of Hot-el Noble. 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G, Music"-beparanent, Woman's club! Mocre. of; Promised Land. Her meeting 3:00 o'clock at dub house; sister. Mrs.iJ. M/ Veasley, will go SATURDAY'S EVENTS to Corn'ing'/today for a r .vfeit with Mrs Harry • W. Haines and Mrs.' her and her family. Mr. VeasISy John Ed-James entertaining- Chap-! and Mrs. Wood Sr. will motor teir N'6l ; "the P. E. -O.. Sisterhood, | her over. 1:00 o'clock at Haines home. Garret! to Speak S. K. Garrett, junior" high school principal, will be the principal speaker at the meeting of Lange Parent Teacher association Tuesday afternoon at the school. His subject will be "Good Citizenship." day night at the American Legion Hut fit 8:00 o'clock. The affair is being sponsored b> the'Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception: Yarbro News Dr. Smith ind Mrs. R. P. Kirshner cn- 3.d with, a small reception at home Thursday night in of Mrs. Kirshner's father* IjRev. Frank G. Smith, D. D., I The general Neb., who is visiting o'clock will be here.. ; executive board 30 guests .present were dea- J o'clock. ind elders pi the First Pres- m church and_ theii- wives he Rev. and Mrs. James A. meeting at 3:OQ preceded by an meeting nL 2:30 bouquet decorated the Ehment table from which was <i punch and cakes. », * . • * Allen Has loon Party Bernard Allen entertained sts with an afternoon party home Saturday^ _ >-e .was played during the Mn. iKigh prize, perfume, awarded "Miss Frances Little ^second high, compact, went llplpi&s. Renkert Wctenkamp. ! ''^^~''.hostess served a salad plate • guests following the bridge il People Attend ifrrersary- Celebration ''^number of Blytheville people £ln KenneU, Mo., Sunday for an of Dr. and Mrs. A. McHaney's golden-wedding jyersary; They. are the parents fes. L.''H. Mcore of this city, ive seven daughters of Dr. and •I McHaney entertained with a ifev honor of their parents at- home in Kennelt Sun- Entertains Club Mrs. S. K. Garreu entertained members of the Duo-Quad Bridge :lub and three guests. Mrs. J. W. Mrs. B. F. Brngdon Jr.. for a party at/ her home Saturday afternoon. , Club members presented a lace :loth to their hostess, who was entertaining for the first time in .ier new home on Holly .street. A dessert course with coffee was served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. L. C. Brady received the club prize and Mrs. Ruyder. the guest prize. Is New Member. Mrs. Paul Kimbrough is a new member of the Woman's Societj of Christian Service which met at 1 the home of Mrs. George Bunch Wednesday afternoon. Fourteen members and two guests. Mrs. Clyde Bunch and Mrs. Victor Mai- lory, were present. Mrs. Ross Moore presided over the meeting- which was opened with a song followed with prayer by Mrs. Lovell Wheeler. Mrs. Georgie Holms read the scripture. The subject of the program was "Enriching our Heritage for Health in the United States." Others who had part on the program were Mrs. C. J. Little and Mrs. C. B Etchenson who spoke on "Investing Our Heritage." The meetin was dismissed with prayer by Mrs Etchenson. Mir.. Bunch, assisted by Mr.s. W. T. Burnam and Mrs. Clyde Bunch, served sandwiches with iced drinks and cakes. The next meeting will be Wed- nesdav afternoon. Jan. '22. at 2:00 week end in Jbnesboro as the guest of Miss Rosalie Kreager. The ..condition of Mrs. E. O. Adams,,;who has been ill of pneumonia at her home .on the Yarbro roaci for two weeks,, is improved. She will be- able to be up Sunday. Mrs. B. B. Wilson was called to Linden, Tenn., Saturday afternoon to be with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Tinin, who is critically ill at hei home there. Mrs. Meyer Grabcr and Mrs Louis Applebaum. accompanied by Mrs. E. N. Shamski and Mrs^Lce Wolf, of Caruthcrsville, were Memphis Saturday for the production of "The Philadelphia Story. Mrs. Charles Oglcsby remains in critical condition at- Memphis State To Visit Chapter* Dr. Ada Jane Harvey. 01 Conway, staie organizer of the P. E. O. sisterhood . will visit. Mississippi County chapter*? of thr sisterhood Friday and Saturday. Her first visit will bo with Chapter O at Osceola for a luncheon meeting Friday, She will come here Friday night for. a special meeting of Chapler D. at the home of Mrs, B. A. o'clock at the Varbro church. Baptist hospital following a major Nervous Restlessi I^!M!A| Cranky? Restless? If IF 1C 1 Can't sleep? Tire illl lu • easily? Because of Wl>1 1W • distress caused by monthly functional disturbances? Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. PlnknanVs Compound is famous for relieving such rundown, nervous feelings of "difficult days." Made especially /or women. WORTH TRYING! Any drugstore. Two Divorces Filed Two divorce suits were filed in chancoi-y court today. Georgia Gvicr nskrd for a divorce against- D. Waith Gricc. and Thamn-s Hny.v .votishl a divorce from l.ouisc Hays. Read Conner News \vant ads. people who attended i^ilfair were Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Mrs. Lr. E, Old, Mr. and 52^W. H • Minyard and , their lest, Walter StegaU of Jark- i. T Mrs. John C. .McKaney. & Franc ss.--McHaney,, Joe BilXv "mey, Jack McHaney. Bobby liiey.- ' ••'"' ' £' Mcore, and daughter. 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