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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TICK™ Social THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Roseo Graf ton. entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Altar, Society, -church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, 8:00 o'clock: at American. Legion .Hut. Mrs. Richard Ackle, of Joiner,, entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. .'• : Mrs. George A/ Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Cee-Que Bridge club meeting with Miss Maurine Branson. Mrs. Jess. Homer having Thursday Dessert chib- , Mrs; W, L. Hbrner entertaining • 'Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with.' 'Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Carl Marshall entertaining Y. M. B. club. Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, Church, ol the Nazarene, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. FRIDAYS. EVENTS Mrs. J.^ T. Smith entertaining Duo-Quad Bridge club at Rustic Inn, j , " . • • C: B, C. club meeting with Mrs. J. G v Barnes.- Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, having Dutch supper, 7:00 o'clock. - at B. A. Lynch home. Mrs. O. R. Wroten . entertaining 'Friday. Contract .club at Colonial Room bt Hotel Noble. " SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. - JohnrEd James entertaining Chapter. N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1:00". o'clock at Haines home. To Begin Mission Ob5erta»c£ Tanighi, Observance of the annual mission study session will begin at the : First Presbyterian church tonight when the first in a series of study-"periods will be conducted. Mrs. Hermon Carlton will be leadei 1 • of- tonight's program from the "'study book, "Sent from God." Tile course 'is to be a combined home" and foreign missions study presented under- the sponsorship of the v -Woman's Auxiliary. ,It 'is planned to have three night and- two afternoon meetings which wiIV.be climaxed Feb. 5 with a special' 'affair at the church. Night sessions will 4 begin at 7:30 o'clock. _>.,.• • * * • Arc' Guests ot Club Mrs. O. P:~ Barber and Mrs. Thad Nicol were guests ol Miss Frances Little- Tuesday night when she entertained' members of the -Double G Bridge club" with a party at : her home."- - • . : j /.. Refreshments were served during the-games in- which Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom -F. •'-Martin, was high -scorer and ' Miss Virginia Little, second high. - 1 - * * • '•• '.-..'. Study Sculpture A study of Sculpture was led by Mrs. R, C. Rose at the meeting of'the Delphian Fine -Arts--'group Tuesday morning at the library. •' public Mrs. Rose spoke on ''Ancient Sculpture" based'on Sheldon Ghey- ..ney's ".World.'History .of Art" and White Stiiimei A : stunning evening costume for spring and summer nights includes an elaborately draped gown of white silk jersey with harem hemline ana .a, voluminous,, matching cape. , The wide gold Gaucho:belt-matches the bag and the shoes with rocker soles. The .turban is made of twisted ropes' of the white jersey.' 'capes, rocker soles, harom hemlines ana eye-catching belts are important news^in the spring fashion picture- Night" and ''America"; Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, pianist, who played "Waltz " Impromptu"; and Miss Betty Jean Hill, who sang "The Star;" The attendance prize went to Mrs. Tony Clements' third grade for having the most mothers present. Has Club Party Hendrick Van Loons "The Arts."} A centerpiece of fruit was used Contestant Will Be Named For Assembly CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Jan. 22.—Harold S. Jones. Pemiscot County schools superintendent an- ili of Influenza "The Renaissance Sculptiire and After" was the subject .of Mrs. C. R. Wroten, who. told oG the work of , DonaUOlo and Michael Angelo and. also discussed sculptors of Italy. France. Germany and the United States. A study of modern sculpture taken: from Cbeyneys book and Malvina "Hoffmann "Inside and Cut 1 .' was led by Airs. F. L. Engler.' '•• She. also explained the uses of bronze, marble, cement and terra cotta. and where they 'came from. "';'. r *.,*"-* Postpone Meeting- The meeting \of the Music Department of the Woman's club which was scheduled, for Friday afternoon .has been postponed until.: the following Friday, it was on the dining table of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs Tuesday afternoon when she had the Tuesday Bridge club parfcj' at her home. In addition' to the club members, guests were: Mrs. Byron Morse, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister -and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. In the guim-.s which followed lunch. Mrs. Cunningham was high scorer and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims, second high. * * , v Knlcrtains Club When Mrs; Max- B.- Reid- cuter- i taineri members of the Tuesday j club for a party at' her home i Tuesday afternoon, .she also hart us j her" guests Mrs.' J. -J. Evrmg and i Mrs. Robert Grimes. ! nounced Tuesday that the comity examination for .students to select .he winner to ttie State Student heve'withllel ™c ct . iv . lf> „„,,. Assembly, w.ll be held in his of- Thompson, and other relatives nr*O in fr M To *.i*tT ..,.-% O,. *.»..*!„.- -*r~.__1_ See in this city on Saturday, March 1st. The State student Assembly vill be held at 'Jefferson City, March 29th. Each county .high school may send^ two contestants, from the eleventh, or twelfth grades, who arc members of. or have completed courses in. Government or Social Science classes. Thc American Problems class of thn Carutherv- villc school will supply local contestants. Bits of New* Mostly Pet*ooali Mr. and Mrs, M. 1. HellmutU, Mr, and Mrs. -E. B. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. 'J. W. Wilson, of EeUville, Tex., were the week eml guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Engler. Mrs. He'llmuth is a sister and the Mr. Wilsons arc brothers of Mrs. Efjgler. Miss Alipe Whitsitt and her sister, Mrs. Jo T. Trice, of Joncsboro, returned Tuesday night from an Eastern trip. They did spring marketing for Miss Whitsitfs Shop in New York and .stopped in Washington. D. C.. cnroute home for the inauguration of President Roc.sevelt. They were guests of Senator Hattie Caraway in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby spent Tuesday in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Skaller. who have been vacationing in Florida, ivill return today. They have spent two weeks ut Miami. Bill Morse went to Liltic Rock today to- attend the National Band clinic of Region 7 at Little Rock. During the four days he is. the.ro for the clinic, he will be the guest of his brother. Byron R. Morse, and Mrs. Morse. Dr. Floyd. Webb is able to. be cut after having been ill of influenza and a sinus infection. ,. Jack Brown is attending: to. business in Gainesville, Fla. He left here on the 15th .and will return about the first of February. " Mrs. F. L. Husbands and Mrs. Charles Swain have pone to French Camp, Miss.. for "Girlfriend" Swain, who is a student at French Camp Academy. "Girlfriend", who has been ill of influenza, will return home with them to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Clark returned Saturday from a six weeks' vacation. They spent Christmas week in Lincoln. Neb., with Mi. Clark's parents. Mr. and; Mrs. F. Local Groups Sponsoring Charity Ball Place Tickets On Sale Tickets are now on sale for the piyi|vn-Ule Dane 0 Clubs' ouan B;ill to be given Jan. 30 at "the city auditorium under the auspices of W. J. Wimderlich; • chairman of the Chickasawba District of Mis- f-ifsinpi' County Infantile fund. They may bo secured at local WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1941 BUSINESS stores cr from officers of the fallowing sponsoring organizations: BncJu-lors 1 club, Blytheville Cotillion club. Club 28/.' Thursday Sup- cev club, Club 199 and .Thursday Proceeds from : the $1.50 admission will, be turned over to the in-; family paralysis fund as a part of; Mississippi County's contribution, Mr. Wunderlich' .stated. ' The dance to which the public is invited is to be informal. Johnny Long and his 10 piece qrches- .ti-a. who have been playing at the Orpheum Theater and at various dam-o .spots hi Memphis, will plav for the Ball. Osceola Society—Personal Literature Department Mecis - Interest was high at the luncheon meeting of the Literature Department of the Osceola Progressive Club in the home of Mrs. John W. Edrington on Tuesday when- the members stood the Current Affairs Test prepared and sent out by the publishers of Time 'magazine'. The printed questionnaires contain 3,05 questions on the current political situation. Lhe European War, recent legislation, art and literature, and prominent personalities in the news. After an hour's "examination" can, mi tv N^ SCRVICE. we, T. M. REO. u. Child's Hand And Arm Is Crushed In Wringer A two-year-old Missouri chile! was in Blytheville Hospital today with painful, perhaps serious, injuries to her hand" and arm after the arm was caught in a washing machine wringer Tuesday afternoon. Betty Sue SiUuan, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur SUnian, Risco, Mo., was being treated here after her parents made a, "hard two- hour drive" to Blytheville Tuesday. Dr. C. E. Wilson said the child's hancl and arm were crushed up to the elbow. The hand was split across the thumb and forefin-cr in the accident. 'Ami quit signing oft' 'With love and kisses'!" Road Beer Drinking Heiivv MONTPEUER, Vt. (UP) -loi-s- trict Commissioner Paul M Stevens reports that Vermont .spends' $600 to $700 a year to keep RonIPS 5 ^nd 9 clear of empty beer cans. He v says cnc patrol ci'ew filled u two-ton truck with cans gathered along three miles of highway near a beer-selling establishment. Read Courier News want ads. M. Clark, before going : to Mason Mrs. G. B. Segraves was found to City la., for a visit with Mrs. have led the group of 30 members Clark's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. present with 66 .questions answered E. Ban-on. They also spent two weeks at New Orleans. Biloxi and other points, along the Gulf Coast. Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and Linda Taylor, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harm an Taylor, are visiting Mrs. Gillespie's daughter. Mrs. C. C- Lee. in Dyevsburg. Tenn. . Tlic Rev. ^ and Mrs. A. L. Riggs are able to' be out after having correctly: Mrs. R, H. Jones ran a close second with G3. and Mrs. G. Heavtsill Banks came third vath 56. Mrs. Segraves will receive a book.of. her choice valued up to $5; she chose the new work of Mans entitled "Christ and the Fine Arts," "Oliver. WisweU", the stirring- late me uvii; iu UC UUL iUiei HilVrti" r T~. i .. • recovered from injuries received in ° f R £ volul1 ™^ War days written n >.™~,,t ~,.s. v-n. ... . t ;—. oy Kenneth Roberts and ewtne a recent automobile accident. They Promised Land circuit. [Banks when she related that her r able to be out after having been •»,• T .„, ., . ,•-UH..UNJJ wiiuu sne leuitea mat ner Amy ~ " with t Miss Ol Mr. uiiu itu:?. iuiii r~. iviarLin. is : ;_..» Du'ring the response to roll call ts. Mrs. L. W. the members by ;g several questions regarding thc inauguration • ceremonies in .Washington on Monday: in spite of the fact Mat the majority had listened to the broadcast many had forgotten answers to many of the questions. An.' arrangement of acacia, marigold, narcissi and carnations ccn- MI-R. Minnie Thompson of Mor- niton. Art, is spcudin* two weeks FSA home management supervisors, and others engaged in such .work. The only requirements' for inem-,1. bership .are that. th> person shall i have had four years in home ec- i oncmics training. • Other officers serving with Mrs. f Melhorn are Miss Dorothy Miller of Wilson vice-president; Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Blytheville, secretary-treasurer. The four different subjects forming the basis of the year's programs are "Home Mechanics", ."Migration Trends". "Consumer Education'', and "Family Democracy." The association now has 18 members "and Mrs. Melhorn is desirous that any person.in the county who <is eligible and who is interested in the work contact her. The group meets on the first Tuesday night of each month. Csceola members are Miss Inez Kincaid. Miss Crenor Hale and Mrs. Melhorn. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday night Feb. 4, at the Wilson Home Economics cottage on thc school campus. * * * Rotary Club Meets Martin • Stenehjem of Minot. North Dakota, who is said to be the largest grower of certified seed Irish 1 Potatoes in the world, was the | principal speaker at the Osceola j Rotary Club at ' their luncheon j meeting Tuesday. Mr. Stenehjem is | the guest of Godfrey White and j Mrs. White this week. An early issue of "The Country Gentlemen" will carry on article Rboufc Mr.-and Mrs.'Stenehjem and .y,xeii- jx>tatOr business. , The Rev. W. J. Spicer. pastor of the Methodist Church, made announcements regarding the Church Loyalty Campaign to begin Sunday. Feb. 2, and continue through Easter Sunday. A religious survey of the town will begin next Sunday to ascertain the possibilities of the church, unenlisted members, and new families moved to Osceola. Guests were Uzzelle Branson and Jay Evans of Blytheville: A. C. Spellings and A. R. Shcairon of Marked Tree: D. D. Cash of Wilson; and Bruce Ivy of Osceola. s Meet Mrs. A. W. Bo wen and Mrs. A. P. Spiese were hostesses to 20 members of the Presbyterian Auxiliary in the Bowen home Monday afternoon for a lesson of Special Missions and Self-denial offering led by Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf. Mrs. Chlendorf was assisted on the program! by Mrs. P. B. Hale. Mrs. Percy Allen. Mrs. H. C. Davidson and Mrs. W. J. Driver, Jr. Mrs. George Edrington gave the devotional on Prayer based on Ps. 2:1-2. Plans were announced by Mrs. E. S. Chiles. president, for the all- day' luncheon meeting to be held in the home of Mrs. D. S. Laney on Monday. Jan. 21. 'when Mrs. R. C. Bryan will review the text "Sent From God". Mrs. J. T. Simmons, a former member who has lived at Keiser the past year, was welcomed back to the auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons have moved back to Osceola. CARD OF THANKS We thank our friends and neighbors for the * kindnesses shown us during our recent bereavement. Especially do we wish to thank the American Legion. Mrs.. Hugh Harbert and son. Hush. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If you suffer from rltftimuiit-, ui-tliriiis vr iimiriii.s pain, try (his simple incx- jujiisivo I.imiij 1-eriue tlmt tlnMi.samls ai-o using. (Jet H im<;k;i);c of Ru-Kx Com- »i>uu<i today. .Mix it with a t(ii:i.rt of wiuer, ;i(!(! tlic in ire of -I lemons. It's uusy. .N'o Iroublo at alt ami im>:i*]iiit. You m,'t>d only '_' tabJespoonsfut 't«-o time* :t finy. Often >vitlihi 48 )icnir>— .sometimes (jvfruiplil—splendid results- urc obtained. If the PHIU.S do not (niickly Ipavo and if you do not feel bctlcr. Ru-Kx will i-osi you nothiiiir to try a» il is sol<l by your di'uj. r !r'isf nuilfi- an nl>Kol»l(; monp.v-bnck KUK ran !*.•«. Rj-F.x Compound is for .saio ;uid i-ei-oi'mtu-niloiJ In- Kivl>y Bros. :ui<l »lnip sicros every. It has been estimated that 131 pounds of fuel are needed to haui IOOG tons of freight one mile by railroad. - • -i rf (I I IV WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Mrs iv ijft . Miss Willie Lawson Is 111 In A Memphis Clinic County, the Camp- . was Mlc . onlv Demonstration Club News Notes announced today. On Jan. 31. Mrs. Edith Stephan ^ f alad p ' fate , was servcd :U rioiinist. and Mrs. Mabel S I inclusion •: >f rhr games in whurh] "7 Gordon: cl Memphis wilT nrr^-nt I J T - Incschmnnn rrcnved bhiuly i,a,n e the program " "" | hlph l> - rizc Hnrl Tv1rs ' 1>0 - vlr Heudrr- | Six >uemberr, of • - . Homc j-jharty K;uvc club 'met. Plan Spring Work ~ - - ------ (Wednesday in the horn: of Mr.s T. .Plans for work to bo done on ! Red CroSS Board * ;T.- Campbell for a program. the Miaple Grove Cemetery during i vim \* r -i ; • Campbell nnvo ihc dov«- the spring months were 'di^usscd ! ^ J ^' meet mday i \ loni »"»ftcr which the .uroup .sang " i son. _spcoml . Tuesday afternoon at a meeting 1 of the. cemetery association at- the! Board mombcrs of the Chicka- home of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyor. ' |sawba District chapter of the i Ten member* and one visitor.! American Red Cross win mecl • ft " IJ . Mrs. Minnie Thompson, attended i Friday morning at 9'00 -'-'--' "'• '*' clUwl ben Clmic in Memphis. , sharing hwtcss honors u-ith Mrs. She 15 scheduled to remain uv -, Bcirington were Mrs. S. M Hodges the hospital for ten days. Her con- Wra> ^orge Abrcy and Mr* chHon ..was Described as one of! Gco - rcc Dic \ e rson. ' acute bursitis and her physician | . " + . , T . ordered that she cancel all speak- ! ing engagements for thc next 60 ! Home EC Association Meets days. _ The Mississippi - County Home Miss Lawson U well knowr} I Economics Association of which throughout Mississippi County ;mdjMn>. R- A. Melhorn of Osceola 'is makes frequent visits here. : president held, the monthly meet------- :j ng a t Dyess on Tuesday night with A. Tk« U 'i I iVl -Program on- homc handicraft At I he Hospitals jwotk. • - * Tho organization .started in Sep- \V;»I1p H.wspftal I (.einbcr has For its purpo.sp t.hc co- Mrs. A. R. Colston, city, admitted, ordination and correlation of thc Claud Rrilpy. city, admitted. work of homc economists in p.very Milton McMurtry. city, dismissed; h'eld- including home demonstration niylhcvillc Hospital ( agents, home economics teachers.- When your head nches and ner IT rji. . ... ' =• «"J «.nv» >»v. i ivrsim.iL ,' St to1ri m n nCi \-T ld Mrs " A 'i Bctl - v Lc " Silman. Risco, Mo..! art .-told thc history of thc j admitted. ! poem j Memphis si. ,!o*cph'.s HospiUl P''c-i Bert 'Smith. Wilson, admitted. Memphis Raptist Hospital a- dnnonstraticn on cotton the hostess served .a salad r wr5 r. j Officer*" will br pjcrf.cd -A this T. u , -,\M*- * ' meeting. Mrs. Bob Gwyn. executive Is Hostess to Linn. : secretary. Fiaterf wl-cn '^ 'n*'\? i£rs. James V. Dates-vas hosiers! tli* rwounuen^n* ' to members of the Tuesdav Con- ! i -Scott wr f:licurrnan. Better , tract club and • two . guests. Mre.?j;u ft . Ci l . S . nltCtn MudeiUS Paul Greenwell and,Mrs. W. Johnston, for a party at her home; Tuesday afternoon. , Following the games, the hostess' r served refreshments. Mrs. V. G.! CA ° UT HERSVILLE. Mo Jan ?2' Holland was high and Mrs. bates j ~ F1f ^ecn Caruthersvillc high sciiool' second high scorer. | students have qualified for and * * ^:, . i been accepted ns members hx thc Oarrett l.s Speaker. ' j National Tlic,spi a n club. 3 n a -| 5. K. Garrctt. junior his)) school | tional dramatic hot\or s'ncictv for! principal, spoke on "Good" Citizen-i hi sh schools. Students to qualify shjp",at the monthly meeting of| m »-^ learn a required number the Langc. Parent Teacher assci-.! lines and appear m play? p . s m a , p Rt? ' r<:i5 ""«nts were .served by the!-' i hofltcw . who was assisted bv'Mre .Hipp. ' ^ group will have » n a il dav ' i meeting with a Dutch luncheon in - r} 1. ' thc homc of Mrs. H G ian LlUB j Wednesday. Feb 5 " Read Courier News want ads IHEST COLDS To relieve distress easily, quickly. I w VAPORUB f UKD BY 3 OUT CF 5 MOTHERS SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN elation at the school,, Tuesday afternoon. Tlie , general meeting, at 3:00 L ojclcck was-preceded by 'an execii- ^7 "tiveAboard .meeting "-'at .'2:30 o'clock. J "Musical "numbers were "presented by > the tonette band•: which,'"played : three <w>Ip^.tmnc : "TWiWl^lX"' -•nr>r r ^iY+- three selections, ;3clo, Little Twirt-^ the Those thus far qualifying arc- Gladys Bernstein. Mary E Dvm- ninghamv Tommy Driscoli Van Johnson Betty J, Lumsden. -Man- Jn-MattheNvs Dorothy S. MuHiniks. Edna^A. Schult.. Robbie Tinman Young, .Button, Germame ™ .Johnston Bill WE M A K K CONCRETE STORM SEWER — ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D, S. Lane.v ; Ed -Osceola, Ark. -^^^^^»^^n^^v__— i i w _ • "«^^^^^^M^p^MH PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET FKEE DELIVERY PHONE 1123 FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES AT ALL TIMES BELL PErPKRS — URUSSKl SPROUTS — CARROTS — MUSTARD GREENS — TlWNlP GREENS — RADISHES - GRKEN BEANS — GREEN ONIONS — PARSNIPS ~ RUTABAGAS — CELERY — CAIUJAGK — COLLARDS — C1J- — TURNIPS — BEETS — EGGPLANT. ALL ClllSr AND FRESH Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville. Arkansas. Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) NOTICE! BE SURE TO ; •BRING" YOUR- L ~ Folger's Coffee COUPONS To Happy Hour Grocery & Market THEY ARK WORTH 5c lOach on a pound FolgerV Coffee H A P I> GROCERY & W. Main 0 U K MKT. Phone 15 JACK JOHN OAKIE PAYNE ALLEN JENKINS . ESTHER RALSTOK NICHOLAS SHOTHER5 SEN CARTER A aoih Ct«iim T .ri« ricmit i-aramount i\ews of Time. . Marcli Phone RItz 224 Phone Roxy 322 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 ajn.—12^43 p.m.—4:30 p.m. BOX Y LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN MTGHTS 10c & 2n<- \vith John Wayne, Charles Coburn & Sigrid Guric Also Cofnr Ojrtoon & Odd Occu- pa.ttotis. THUR. & FRI, ~ KKN LYON in 'WHO IS GUILTY?' Also Novelty Shorts A- Comedy Opening znent A&& V«*«i» if L ^ are cordially invited to attend the formal opening of Luxora's new and up-to-the-minute Theatre—January 23. ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^H^ ^^WBHS ^^H^HBHHNPIBB Admission Prices — 10 and 20 Cents Shows Every Night and Matinees Saturday and Sunday, Starting at 2:30 MOSES SLIM A N, Owner. I •

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