The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 29, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar ..THURSDAY'S - EVENTS Blytheville Dancing. Clubs spbn- Bonng "charity ball", city auditorium, 10:00 o'clock. Mrs. R, F. Kirsttner entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. l Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. having Thursday Afternoon club. .Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe entertaining Thursday . Bridge club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs- G. D. Hammock. Mrs. T. J. Barnes having Double Pour Bridge club. Miss Elizabeth . Ann Wilson entertaining- Cee-Que Bridge club. Young . Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, First Church of the Nazarene, meeting with Mrs. Roy White, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. F. B. Joyner leaving Thursday. Contract club. Y. M. B. club meeting with Mrs. Virgil Boyd. Woman's Missionary . Society, Pilgrim Holiness Tabernacle, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. T. M, McKay at Burdette. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive . Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with -Dr." Edna Nies. Mrs. Harvey Morris entertaining Dub-Quad Bridge club. Mrs. i/S. Benish having Friday Contract club. : • Music Department, Woman's club, meeting 3:00 o'clock at clubhouse. Mrs. O. O. Elkiris entertaining C. B. C. club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Double G Bridge club and several uests. Guests were: Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin Miss Maurine Branson, j Miss' Elizabeth Ann Wilson, Miss! Nancy Kirshner, Miss Mary Jo j Hall, Miss Frances Holland/ Mrs. I R, A. Nelson, Mrs. O. P, Barber, i Forme I' Iced drinks were served during j the games which were followed with i ceeds Mrs. Meronev As a salad plate and coffee. i ._ . J High score prize went to Miss: j Frances Little and second high to j Miss Mary Spain Usrey. ( r> -j r\f I resident Ul Is Hostess to Club. , Mrs. George W. Roth was elected i president of the Woman's Auxiliary ;of the American Legion at a call Mrs, L. G. Nash was hostess to meeting -yesterday afternoon at the members of the City Contract club; American Legion Hut. She suc- and two guests, Mrs. J. L. Stotts coeds Mrs, Mike Meroncy, who re- pf Molina, 111., and Mrs. Arthur signed. * Vance, for a' party at her homcj Mrs. Ed Cook was elected treas- Tuesday afternoon. urer to .succeed. Mrs. Roth, who Pollock, second high scorer. Mrs. Smiih Honored TVith Birthday Party Employes of Margaret's Beauty Shop surprised their employer, Mrs. George Smith, with a birthday party at the Rustic Inn Tuesday night. Mrs. Jess Horner also assisted in/ giving, the party. A birthday cake iced in white and flanked by yellow tapers foimed at which? the two course menu was served. The 3 ellow color scheme was r i Refreshments were .served after; had been serving the Auxiliary in the games in which Mrs. Jessee i that capacity. Slid, was high and Mrs. George D.' j n addition to these two new jomcers, the following officers were jajso installed by Mrs. C. G. Red- jman, a past president: Mrs, Bry- jant Stewart, first vice president; Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, second vice j president; Mrs. Albert Hollings| worth, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. E. i M. McCall, parliamentarian. i | Mrs. E. A. Rice, who is secretary ! of the group, had previously been 'installed at a 'December meeting by Mrs. Bess Proctor of -Little Rock, past state president. The Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night nt 7:30 o'clock at the Hut. An executive board meeting at 7 o'clock will precede the general session. (GIN FEB. 1 Baptist Sunday School Sets Attendance Goal; Work Is Discussed Enlargement campaign to he sponsored by the Sunday school of the First Baptist church was the theme of the program presented at the meeting .of 71 leaders of the church for the Workers' Assembly supper last night at the church. The campaign wilt begin Feb. 1C and continue through the following Sunday, Feb. 23, on which day the goal for the .Sunday school attendance is 750, Classes will be provided each night during the week, and books of interest to the entire school will be taught. In connection paign, Franklin with the cam- Atkinson listed further carried out in the wrapping of the gift of linegrie which was presented to Mrs. Smith. After dinner, the group went to the "Homer home on the Walker Park drive for games. * * . - * • ' . Have Slated Meeting Twenty two members of the local Order of the Eastern Star met Tuesday night at the Hall lor a stated meeting. Hostesses for the social hour were Mrs. J. A. Saliba, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and Mrs. Qharles Alford. They served a dessert plate with coffee. ' " » T. * Are Guests Of Club Mrs. W. L. Horner and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry "were guests of Mrs. Jesse Taylor Tuesday afternoon when- she entertained^ members of Tuesday club for a party at her home. A salad plate was served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. Riley B. Jones was high scorer and " Mrs. Max B. Reid and Mrs. Joe G. Trieschniann tied for second high. * » • «• Valentine Motif "Used for Luncheon. A Valentine motif was carried out .in the luncheon party of the Tuesday Bridge club Tuesday af-j ternbcn at the .home of Mrs. Hunt- 1 er C. Sims. Mrs. Marvin Robin- i sen, Mrs. W. H. Minyard and Mrs. j Cornelius Modinger were also guests cf Mrs. Sims to play with the club. A red and white mixed bouquet of snapdragons and roses was used in the center of the dining table at •ffhich lunch was served. The objectives to be accomplished; Hays Sullivan spoke on "Advance Preparation"; the superintendent, Russell Baugh, outlined the program for the week of enlargement; church. n V* rT \To t T3vi f f n T»-\ r»^t i r»-r» ^-5»-»»-»r«I Xi < *-**. Plans For Annual Training O I l r\ • o c h o o 1 Discussed By Leaders Last Nigh I Plans for the annual training school were discussed at a meeting of 30 officers and teachers of the Church school of the First Methodist, church last night at the and Nat Brittain, educational director, gave some hints of the actual work during the campaign. Highlight, of the program was the inspirational talk made by the Rev. F. A 1 . Whitley. Mississippi county missionary, on "Self Indulgence and Consecration." Supper }vas .served by the Fidelis Sunday : jschool' : fclass. Band Groups Will Stage Music Festival Program Work has begun on the program which is to be presented by the school band, the majorettes nnd the tonette band at the music festival at the city auditorium Thursday, Feb. 20. Charles G. Morchead, director of the school band, was announced that his group will play part of Beethoven's "Third Symphony", and a few lighter numbers. A demonstration of flag twirling and baton twirling will be staged by the majorettes. The tonette band from each of the rive schools will piny one number and will join for the presentation of a mass number. approaching holiday was emphasized by the placecards. High prize went to Mrs. Robin - sen. pnd. second high to Mrs. Floyd A. White in the games which followed lunch. The school will be conducted from Sunclay, Feb. 16 through Thursday, Feb. 20. More details concerning the school will be announced later, those in charge stated. Following dinner which was served by women of the church superintendents of, various departments 'made reports on the progress and problems of their group. General work of the church schoo was discussed by the Workers Council. Bunco Club Meet*. Members of the Tuesday Bunco! club and three guests were enter-i tained at the home of Mrs. Tal-j madge Neil Tuesday afternoon. 1 Guests -were Mrs. G. H. Rogers,I •Mrs... J..-,C. Broke and Mrs. Jack; Ozment. i A dessert course with cotlr-c wasi served at .the conclusion of ihej games. Prizes vrenJL to Mrs. Rogers | for high. Mrs. R. P. Lane, for'low; and Mrs. 5. N. Dillon, for bunco. ! * * ' * ; Plays With Club i Mrs \V M. Robinson of c< Louis. : s i houseguesr of Mrs. A. At. Butt §! and family, played cards with memfce r s of the , Tuesday Afternoon club Tuesday when they wen? entertained at a party given bv ' \ Miss -Ruth Butt. " ' i' iced dnnks were served during | the games in, which Mrs. Carle toil i Smith, Jr... was high and Mrs. Rob- i inson, .second high scorer. * ». « Has Parly For pub ; A party was given by Mr.-. Al- : bert K TavJor Tuesday night at. 1 her home for members or the I At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mr.-,. Holly Pfeftcr, Bell City. Mo. admitted. .Tuanita Fisher. Steele. admitted Mrs. J. W. Adams and baby, city, dismissed. Herbert Childs. city, dismissed. Mrs. J. W. O.shorne. Manila, dismissed. JJIylhevillc Hospital Jimmy Phillips, city, ndmiited. Kat? Brnyc. city, admiitrd. Dan McLean, city, admitted. Martin Harrell. Armorel. clis- j mi.?sed. I Memphis liaptisl Ho^TjJt^i i Mr.?. R. T. Smallwood. ' Blythe| vilJc. admitted. i Memphis MctliodlJst Hospiia] Mrs. G. E. MasUn, Osccola. ad- Three Students From County Given Honors Three Mississippi County colleg students have recently receiver honors nt the schools which the atend. They are Howard Moore, o this city, and Miss Mavis Whistle of Dell, both students at ihe Uni versity of Arkansas. Fayetteville and Miss Franres Reid Bow en. o Luxora. student, at Blue Moimtai College. Blue Mountain. Miss. Young Moore \vas named vice president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity in a recent election of that group's new officers. Miss Whistle was named on the committee to draw up a constitution for -an Association" of Women Students at the University. Members of the Methodist Vespers group have chosen Miss Bowcii as their vice-president. Bits of News Mostly Personals J. A. Cliapin Ls' expected to re- urn Thursday from Hot Springs here he is attending- the annual meeting of the Arkansas f Episcopal churches. He went here Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. J, W. Adam:; and infant son lave been removed from Wall lospital to their home, at Division no Hearn streets. Miss Martha Lee Hall, of Cape iirardeau, spent the week, end iere with her parents, Mr. and Irs. A. G. Hall. Mrs. Tom Phillips is able to be ut after having been ill for sey- ral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Greb, D. E.- Greb, and F. G. Reichel returned Tuesday night from Chicago where they attended a canners' conveu- ion. During the ten days they iverc away, they also went to Shawano and Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. w. A. Grlmmett and Mrs. . A. Rice spent Tuesday in Mem-' phis. Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. Zal B. Garrison, Mrs. T. J. Mahan and her houseguest, Mrs. S. E. Vail, of Clinton, Mo., spent Tjiesday.'-afr .ernoou in Clarkton, Mo., with Vlr. and Mrs. William Easley. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr. an Mrs. Eugene Dickinson went to VIemphis today to see Murray Smart, who is recovering from a najor operation at Memphis Bap- rist hospital. He and Mrs. Smart, who has stayed in Memphis with lim, will probably return home in a week. Miss Cora Lee Coleman went to Memphis today to consult a specialist. Mrs. S. E. Vail of Clinton. Mo., -who" has "been 1 visiting Mrs. T. J: Mahan and other . relatives here, went to Jonesboro Chis morning to spend two days with Mrs. Eula Rutledge before returning 1 to Clinton. ... •'* candj\hearts, "tied with red ribbon. The guests were seated at small tables with attractive After dinner the' group -enjoyed dancing. * * • », Mr. and Mrs. S. 'B. Roze'lle left Tuesday morning for Miami, F)a, They will return home about the middle of April. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Head were called to Meelys Landing, "Mo., Sunday to attend the bedside of Mrs. Head's father, David J. Gohn, who'is seriously ill. Mr. Gohn is 80 years old. Mies Dovene Cole spent the week end in Memphis as the guest of Miss Era .Stanlield. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood had as their guest over the week end WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1941 FUNNY BUSINESS Jonesboro Woman Will Direct Young People's Work In District i Mrs. William Huffman, of* Jonesboro. has been appointed District Young People's Leader by Mrs. T. E. Tate of Armorel, District President of Baptist Woman's Missionary Union of Northeast 9rkansas. their .daughter, Miss Fina Wood. 1 Mrs. Tate made the announce- Amony the sick this week are Mrs. Charlie ..Evans, Mrs. Charlie MiiTlin, Mrs, G rover C. Driver, and Mrs, R. w. Thomas. Concert Artists From Chi- 1 cago Will Present Program At High School Blue Danube Singers, of Chicago, will appear at the city high school auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 10 o'clock, according to announcement made today. 'The Singers will present a program in two parts. In the first, -they will sing well-known duets and trios from late Broadway and Hollywood musical shows and 'qpeias. ••''>• Second part will be a musical 'dramatic presentation in costume •entitled. "The Blue Danube',', story of Johann Stravss' great waltz. .. Three highly successful seasons attest'the-popularity of this group of concert artists. They state that 'their troupe was organized for the purpose of singing / songs that please everyone. . .. v ment after having returned from Jonesboro where she was in conference witli W. M. u. leaders and attended the Mount Zion W M U. rally Friday. ' ' The new leader has worked with young people for a number of years, which experience equips her for her new position/ Mrs. Tate staled. Mrs. H. H. Brooks, of this I'ily, is district secretary.' Annual District meeting will be in the Firs t Baptist church of Jonesboro early in June. Will Keep Intact Old Home Known To Humorist ROGERS, Ark. (UP)—Civic leaders this week were assured that the old Blake home on east Arkansas Street would remain intact as it was known to the late COPR. 1»»1 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. V. S. PAT. OFF 'Pardon me, sir, bul how dp you salute with a rifle in one hand and a cij&ret in the other?" Broadhurst. three rooms of the! Astronomers can show at what I home will be converted into "guest j angle the moon will appear for rooms" for admirers of the lovable \ centuries ahead. Will Rogers. Will Rogers. The Blake home was frequently visited by Will Rogers when he was courting Betty Blake, who eventually became Mrs. Rogers. Lee Broadhurst is the new owner of the famous home. He and his family plan to occupy the home which he bought from F. C. Hal- wess, who in turn had purchased it from the Federal Housing Administration following foreclosure of a mortgage. According to plans made by TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Rent [Epidemic of ! Cold Symptom? Three room furnished apartment, j 666 Liquid or 666 Tabiet£ with 6gfi Private bath. Frigklaire. 294. Phone | saive or 666 Nose Drops generally 29-ck-tf 'relieves cold symptoms the first day. Luxora Society—Personal Masons Will Meet Cliickasawba Lodge, No. 134 F. and A. M.. will "meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the hall, officers announced today. '-.Purpose of the meeting is to ••j-lconfer a Master's degree. -Furlough, army term for leave •of-absence., comes-from the Dutch "ver lof," which means "for leave." • • IN MEMOK1AM In memory of our mother, Mrs. Cma Koonce Thomas, who died two years ago today, and is so sadly missed by those to whom she was so dear. Her Children. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation for the kindnesses shown to us during our sorrow over the recent illness and death of Mrs. R. J. Fisher. Mrs. F. G. Gipson and daughter. A FEW GOOD REASONS FOR TRADING AT PICKARD'S! 1. .Every single item on our shelves is plainly marked. 2. You jjet a discount on every dime you spend, every day in the week, by Retting: your Kagle Stamps. 3. Our delivery service is unexcelled. You get this service 13 hours per day, 6 days a week. <1. The quality of our merchandise is absolutely "tops." MANY OTHER GOOD REASONS—TQ BE REALIZED YOU MUST CALL ON US. ' PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET FREE DELIVERY PHONE us:; Dinner Club Dine and Dance The members of the Thursday Night Jpmner club and ' several jqests met. at the home of ''the Elmer Halls, when Mr. and' Mrs.;].; Hall and Mr. and Mrs. John Frank- J' lin, cohosts entertained at a'three'! course dinner- ;| The Valentine motif pervaded;-' the Hall home with the use of|. vases placed about- the living nnd I dining rooms holding red gladioli.!' white iris and baby breath, and | further emphasize^ in the place! cards carrying a real candy heart j inscribed with Valentine Love mes- ; sages. The (avers were white c,elo- '• phanc bags, filled with assorted . :•.-:.' ' ':-• ••>.. s" >: --V&ir.f-t • : V •:".-• r^v'f^,"i&fog-. ;,.•>••'• •''-• ^J^-^:*^-^*-^-'. FIGHT MISERY right where 1 you fee! it-rwith swift-acting '* : $i?- *-^. $& Yo' T >?^r^ ^Jr"(iSl CAKI> OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Gallic McGaughey thank their friends for the kindnowcs extended them during thojr recent bereavement. 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