The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1941 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S---EVENTS. Mrs. J, T. Smith entertaining Duo-Quad Bridge club at Rustic -Inn. . j C. B. C. club meeting with Mrs. j J. G. Barnes. ! - Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood,} having Dutch ?upper, 7:00 o'clock.] ^t B. A. Lynch home. [ Mrs.'C. R Wroten entertaining! Friday 'Contract* club at Colonial Room of Hqtel Noble. SATURDAY'S EVENTS '_ Mrs. Harry W, Haines and Mrs. John Ed James entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, ;1:GO .o'clock at. Haines home. Simply Charming Is Hostess (o Chili ' Mfa. Nathan Carl was hostess to meml|rs of the Tuesday Bunc? club for. a party nt her home "Tuesday night. -,, _ x High score prize in the games -went to.Mrs. Talmadge. Neil, bunco •prize to Mrs. W. B. NftlJy. and low -prize to.Mrs. R. P. Lane. ! ?: A sandwich plate ••-with coffee I vwas served after the games \ Club Members Meet Members of the City Contract i'plub and three guests met at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Crafton Tuesday afternoon for the weekly club .party. . Guests were Mrs. P. L. Engler. *Mrs, Russell Parr and Mrs. Randolph Smith. \ Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in" which Mrs. L. G. Nash \vas high and Mrs. George "D. Pollock, second high scorer. " < c Has Guests To Club Mrs. Farnsivorth Black had five guests in addition to the club mem- ;.bers Wednesday afternoon when she had the weekly luncheon party of the Wednesday Bridge club ar her home. Her guests wore Mrs. J. Nick Thpma.s. Mrs. Floyd A. White, Mrs. • W. D. Chamblin. Mrs. Marvin Rob- insqn and Mrs. W. M, Robinson of Si. Louis, houseguest of Mrs. A. M. Butt and family. « In the games which followed < luncheon, Mrs. L. E. Old was high ;"and Mrs. W. H. • Min.vard," second high scorer among the club mem- "bers. Mrs, 'Thomas received giiest ".high prize and Mrs. Robinson of St. Louis \vas albo presented a gift Bite of News \ Mostly Pecaooaii It's Not The Bearded THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1941 4. Yes. " .'" 5. Yes. Best "What Would You Do" solution— (b). host, is .carving. She i§. to . take each plate as he serves it—(a) Have her stand j at his left? Turpentine and Rosin Annual production of turpentine and rosin for naval stores in the r PHE beauty of simplicity is well demonstrated in this smart southern resort ensemble . worn by , Eunice Kennedy, daughter of Joseph P. Kennedy, former U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain. Pictured on the lawn of the Kennedy home at Palm Beach, Fla., she wears a simple, while, tailored blouse, with a short play skirt in colorful all-over print of flowers and ferns. Lee, Miss Edna Earl Williams and Miss Jewel Lee. Certificates were given to those members who had taken study courses during the year. Courses! were.taught by Mrs. Everett Rene- gear. Refreshments were served during the,social.hour which followed. AU Cltib Members Attend Bridge Party All members O f the'Delta Coii- -tract club attended the party-given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. L. H. CMoore at her home. . . • - The" hostess served, , : a''.' : saiad plate with coffee after the'","games. The 'prize, went to Mrs. Hiram Wylie. Are New Members Mrs. J. T. Stalcup anilMrs. .W. A.. BickerstafT are new members of . the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist church which met Monday afternoon-at the church. v, Mrs. George W. Disinger taught., Hhc sUidy lesson from Psalms. She j Luxora Society—Personal as-sisted by E. K. . . , - Mrs. Iverson Morris, . 'Mrs. George Luncheon tor i\irs. Atlnuui Mrs. E. R. Bognn entertained at a pae o'clock umchepn "Tuesday ir: 'honor of'Mrs. Ruby AUmnn, Worthy Grand Matron of the Order ol the Eastern Star of Arkansas, of Hot-Springs, who is making her official visits in the Piftecnt.u i district. I'bc patriotic ! luncheon hi- ! blc, overlaid with a hand made At Episcopal Meeting E. R. Mason and Joe Hughes were elected to 'the Vestry of St. Stephen's Episcopal crjurch Wednesday night at the annual parish meeting held this year at the Woman's club. Thirty members of the church attended the meeting which was conducted by J. A. Chnpin, Senior Warden, and J. D. McDowell, Junior Warden. Reports from the Woman's Auxiliary and t,he Sunday School were made by Mrs. E. R. Mason and Miss lone George. An informal discussion of plans for the coming year concluded the business -session. Dinner was served by members * K. H. Francis of Tuscaloosa Ala., who has been attending to business here for • the past three wefcks, spent the week end in Tus- cAloosa with hi.\ family. Mrs. Russell Phillips h.ts returned from Rochester, Minn., where sne underwent" treatment for' an ear infection at M.'/O clinic. -She was away for two weeks. Richard Becker .spent the *week f-iid in Little Hock with his mother and family. s Jame.s H. Humphrey is able to be out after having been ill of a f-'evere case of y^i'lucn/a for three weeks. : The Rev. Prank G. .Smith, D, D.. of Omaha. Nobr.. loft this morning'! for Omaha after having visited his daughter, Mrs. R. p. Kirshner, and family here for several weeks. . : Jerry Harwell, formerly of here- and now of Jonesboo, is attending io business here tnjs week. W. S;-Langdon is ill of influenza at his home on Highway 61 South. Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh Fran- Test your Knowledge of correct .i . -_ . , - •»»• ««t»»ni ouvJica 111 but; (b) Have her stand' behind him? United States is valued at $40000'' ,. , . Answers j ooo, with the 50,000 workers in the' -.... ., »., v v , ww.-w. l - nmL ls the most convenient industry being paid sisooonnn -i ••octal usage by answering the fol-< arrangement, ,-.... . . v lowing questions, then'" checking : 2. Left side, v/ith bass of tri- against the authoritative answers ! «"Ble parallel to fork. 3. Butter knife. 4. Yes. 5. Left. below. 1. In arranging a buffet table is it correct to put the silver and napkins where they are to be picked up last? 2. When a .small napkin is folded in a triangle how shoi'ld it be placed on the tn.ble? Best "What Would You Do" solution—<a). year for their labors. 'vouniir News want acti. CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses in our bereavement. j- Mary and Bancroft Tcvry. £ Bandits Use Stop Light OiONZALES, Cal. (Up) — I. V. i 'I. Which is the preferred term. Prt'skect sropped his car when sig- butter knife or butter spreader? alert by the waving of a red flash- 4.-May a hostess place a spoon hgbt, believing it was a traffic sig- on thr .saucer when she pouns tea nal. Instead, two bandits robbed or cofiqe?^ - j \^ m Q f §47 5. Are tea cups usually placed at; the left or right of the person [t was recently announced that pouring? . L u p \\/PA would immediately ex- What would you do-if— pond §7,872.037 for national de- f Yen- are ft hostess telling your. fense airport facilities for thej maid whe^e to- stand while the armv and navy. DOESroJOSE ClOG AT NIGHT? 00 THIS Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each nos-^ TVlT t \ \ T*4* _!.. ^-J .. J _. \. *11 ••• shrinks swollen mem-" 3) mgmmmmm «•'« Mm* ma AM •• WlCKS vA'TRO'NOL It's not the bearded lady from the circus—just a model'wear- ing a new spring hat, designed by American milliner Helen Liebert. The whiskery looped chin band can also "be worn as a back bandeau. Minr! Y-mr Manners cLs returned this morning from a .scdai two weeks' wjdciinj trip through l0 \vin Southern points. They went '"to WAHI New Orleans, points of Florida 'and Test your questions. t-h; tlie autliorila stopped in Tuscaloosa for a visit with Mr. Francis' relatives before, returning here. Mrs. Francis is the former Miss Sara Jo Littlo. Mrs. Charles Oglesby. who has been critically Ul in Memphis Bap"-. tist hospital following a major operation performed there more than a week ago. has passed the, crisis and will recover unless unforeseen complications develop, her physicians said today. She will probably be removed here in about two weeks. Mrs. T. I. Neal. Mrs. Zula L*ns- man and Miss Hazel Linsman spent Wednesday in Memphis. . " • .. Miss Charlotte Gee of Beriton, Mo,, is spending a few days here with the Everett B. Gee famjly/ Mrs. Walter Rosenthal has been ill of influenza at her home. '601 Chickasawba avenue, since Tuesday. " " below: 1. If you receive a birthday card from a friend shoula you write a note of thanks? '2. Tf you cannot afford to send j a birthday gift to a. friend who ,, lives at a. distance, what is the!) next best,thing? 3: K you are invited to a housewarming, should you take a gift? 4. if you are invited to a silver wedding anniversary, should you lake a gift? i 5. When friends have a new baby, should you either congratulate them in person, telephone, xvnte or wire them? ' What would you do i£— . You call on a friend who ' has been in. a serious auto accident and Ls recovering from injuries— At Miss Whitsitt's! the o the -Auxiliary of the* church. Hemba Young of Hattiesbtirg,-' Miss., who has been in a Memphis' hospital for a month, came Wed-: nesclay to .spend a week with :his': sister, Mrs. P. L. Husbands, and Dr. Husbands, while recuperating; from his v Ulness. He came wit Husbands and" Mrs. Charles;, who had gone to French .Camp;' Miss., for Mrs. Swain's daughter, "Girlfriend", who has been ill at French Camp Academy at French f Camp. Miss., where she is a stu-I dent. '" ! Mr.. and Mrs. A. Comvay lejt j today-for a trip through Floridat They plan to spend tonight in Co- ? (a) Ask questions "about friend's accident? ib> Stay off the subject of ae?cT- dents? - ic> Talk about accidemT'others you know have been in? Answers : l. Yes. •;•.;•': f 2. A letter, wishing him a happy .birthday. ; •'•> ';,, <** I, : 3. It is customary. v ;-• ,-%^, r ^ \Ve have just returned from Ne\v York with better styles than ever before—ALL AMERICAN UK- SIGNS that assure America's-position as the world's new style center! Blytheville Sends The .. . * »>^^ ^jiiiii iu ,7^t;in.l tUiiigllO HI V>U~ Army Another Recruit j lumbus ' Mis - s " ns tne guests of Mr. * Shanks, Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle and ^Mrs. George Crews. The meeting I "'. was dismissed with prayer by ~" ' Morris. "* * * linen cloth, by using rod, white blue china and crystal and - Study Antique Glass s as place cards little „„ " j pHcheM in blue—pitchers beini i hobby of Mrs. Allman's. who 200 in her centerpiece antique Jhome Wednesday - Mre. Gee. who -glass, had a wunber of her o'-m 1 'pieces to show the group. i ,- Fifteen members and two ors. Mrs. F. C. Maguire and 7W. B. Hunter of Lone L^,. ,«^ ( , 4 , Calif., guest .in the Gee home, were I "^^ ^.^ -present. ' oan Q uci luPMlny Cake and coffee ,-after the program. * & a " ° f Matron, of in the afternoon, gan and her gupsi.s. Mrs. Alls. Owpn auci MV.H. Jenkins moiorrd to Joncsboro lo attend a . ni^ht in honor oi Mrs. Allman. J. \V. Cmwl'ord. 21-year-old drug clerk of Blytheville. enlisted Monday in the U. S. Army nt Memphis. A Navy recruit, was Robci t Louis Blunt. 17. Lcpanto. - Romans Kouiicicd Inriu.stry ^ The gold mining industry was founded in the British Isles more than 2000 years ago by the Romans, ami the metal still Ls mined in England, Scotland and Wales. and Mrs. Otto Kochtltzky and.fam- ily, who formerly lived here. Compare-Prove Best for Less • • Larg;c. Fresh .doz. 20t; JELLY. Pure, Asserted qt. 19c FORT MO WARD Tissue !i-20c COATS SUITS > . M i iw • vu 1 1 n * *\ * i v V.AI i ir 1 1", Everett B. Gee is expected to i lfcrj> ^AWAMCS ---- tiox. in ran '15o. return (onighL from St, Louis where j •FUTTF.R COOKIES he lins been attending to business}. HONKV (J & Both •Z'Sc since Monday. .:;,.' ] - : -; Wnltci- Ros-enthal !ms vetuincd | IlETTUCE - Celery, Fresh, Crisp/ He from St, Louis whcrr he did .spring for the LAKH. No Limit.... Jb. TOO F-ATK TO ._ - | BEEF STK A Iv'. Veribr.st Ib. Everything For Spring! New Spring Coats Priced From $12,95 lo $29.95 ALL. AMERICAN T. W E K D S— SOME FITTED— SOME SWAGGER. ALL-AMERICAN DESIGN \\V l:«vc :\ crmplctr assortmetit of en- t-crribl-'f. anc! suits priced from For Kent Onr nrw modern 5 room liousr i/f«ra«r. Built-in appliances. Po>:-- T.ic annual cost of operating an .sps.sion first of February. Src Cec 1 -! antomooUr is .said to ho between ! Lowe. 530 North 6th." or phonr p ' r ^ and-$'2(10. '9I8-J. 23-i'k-a7 'Arc Guests of Club Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Mrs. F. Mrs. T. Tylrr ai;d cliildrcn. I Warren and Tommir. ;xnd nicer.! Miss Leia Merle Peel, huve rr- i •B. Levy of Nev York! ' houseuue^t 1 l V r " eti to Lnxorn for -,,n indefinite * of Mr. and Mrs. ' : •\.r~ i- ' * '^'^ »> U.U Modmgcr. were ; A1 ,. t , Tr , f oC Mrs. Modhiger Wcdnci*-, f l! % WrH !. tcrvBl • : <tey aftcrnon when she Wfts host-' m N ° rr ° lk - Va " t ^r.v, to members of the Town and a-Countrj- club. Mrs. Tyler's mother. t'nc- pjist four j iMid n half month.s with Mr. Tyler, i who Is in the navy aboard " the j Rcfrcshihcms were served after baUlesni P Toxils - M' - . Tyler is now ( — an indefinite cvuise in Cuban i ames in which Mrs. Nimn wns and Mrh. Modinger. second high scorer. of IY. rook Thcv '/Have Ail Day Party Eight women ;rho often •^ together had an alj f i;iy ^'t\- at the home of Mrs. Bdit? Wood ,. Wednesday. ; Rook games were begun at 9:00 ;• o'clock in the momina anO were played until 5iOO o'clock in the afternoon. A hot tamale luncheon wn,, .sory- ~ ed at neon. "3Ieet For Prosram Twelve members of the Bu.sinrs- -"Woman's Circle of the Firsi'Ba'p- • tist church and one visitor met as "the home of Dr. Edna Nic?$ Tuesdav ~ night for a program, on "The Urc- i , cncy of the Gosppl" for which Mi:-:s ^ C7eorgia I^PC was leader. • . i Tlie visitor was .Mrs. MaiT Phili- j • ber of Shelbyville. Mo., houseguest' of her-daughter, Dr. Nies, and Dr • Carl Nies. , After the devotional was given by Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, the fol- -• .loving program ^vas presented: "Drgency of the Gospel". Miss 1 Foster", ^'Personal Ser\1ce Ihc Need". Mrs. Paul Allen; <4 Persoual ^'augelism Telb - the Gootil Ncw-s". 'Dr. NJCK; "Tarn' for P.o\ver", MJSS Pearl Lee; "The New the -Gld-YMisr Georgia Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. ,Smi;h ipft Friday morning for Autism. Ga where they will aitnut a nv:cfin';' Nauonsi! Ginuer.s Jan. 27-2£L Will Visit ill AMrmto on route,_ and before reiurning home \V1 ii VI"*it '^6*1 LsliilKI thr OS UFMULIOKS WOMEN'S SPRING SHOES $395 AS PICT! KKi) Black, Reptile Tnni All Bei-c Kin FOraE OXFDRDS Fcr^ 95 BLACK HHOWN TAN Mvs. Day's Ideal Baby Shoes At Popular Price? CXOC. GRAHAMS Ib. ?7f v.GITAPK PRKSKKVKS pint life •FKOOai—• Dustpan Free -U)r PIG BK AINS. Fresh Ib. CUSTAUn I'umpkins K OI.-EO. Swift's Lilly Motor OH, Valor ?, Quaker -PufTcd Wheat, P> for 2Ic I RCLLKD OATS ....14 07. I Pbl. Flot:r A- nO H>. Lard § | Er okKcUJ Links H'ctt:i?:c CUrcyp, Crctimcri pt. .11 2.95 to 1 in All the Newest Shades Kvery- Ih. SAtiSACK ..2 IKs Jus. 2Gr pit. ( j o /.. j SUGAR. Finest Cane .. j RICK. Full Tfriul Fanry I rOTATOKS. 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