PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURTIER NEWS Social Calendar . TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Past Matrons and Past Patrons club meeting "7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30'o'clock at public library. Mrs. Jack Bishop and Mrs. Algie Bishop entertaining Wesleyan Guild, First Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock at church. Business Women's Circle, First Baptist church, 'meeting 7:30 o'clock with Dr. Edna Nies. Chapter N, P, E. O. Sisterhood, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs L... E. Old, Miss Margaiet Shaver entertaining Double G Bridge Club. Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmann having Tuesday Club. City Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. J. N. Dillon having Tuesday Bunco Club. Tuesday Afternoon Club meeting with Mrs. .T.-'K. Mahan. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sisterhood of Temple Israel having supper, 7:00 o'clock at home ol Mrs. Max Meyers. .Mrs. Loy .Welch entertaining Delta Contrast club. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen having Town and Country Club. ADC Bridge Club meeting wltti Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. C, A. Cunningham entertaining- Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring" bingo party, 8:00 o'clock, at American Legion Hut. Joint meeting of Woman's Foreign-Missionary Society and Young Woman's Foreign/ Missionary Society of the First Church of the Npzf?rene, 1:30 ' o'clock, at the church; , woman's -Missionary Society, Pilgrim. Holiness Tabernacle, meeting 2:30' o'clock with Mrs. Muriel Payne at Burdette. .Mrs/ Byron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club^ 'M}d-Week'Bridge Club meeting with: Mrs/. 3.. A. Lynch. Mrs., .C. W- Garrigan having Thursday Afternoon Club. Mrs." J; >L. Nabers entertaining Thursday' Bridge Club. .'Cee-Que,,Bridge" Club meeting with Miss Frances McHaney. .'Mrs,"Frank.'Clark having Thurs- day'' Dessert cibir.' Thursday" Contract Club meet-, ingfwjth" Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. Mrs.- Ed, Cook- entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. .Mrs. Benard McFarland having Y.'.'M. B. Club. ;. :;,, FRIDAY'S EVENTS m Miss -CordeUa Wilhite . cntertain- ing--Dorcas ' Sunday school class. First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. Arch Lindsey entertaining C;.B. C.,Ctiib. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. L. 3. Benish. Is Entertained' al Dance On Birthday. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husbands entertained with a dance at the Blue Ream of the. Hotel Noble Saturday night in honor of their son, J. B. Husbands, who was celebrating his 21st birthday. The guest of honor who Is a student at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, spent the week end here with his parents. The birthday--'cake was cut in the presence of 48 guests, included in this group were the following from out of town: Eddie Hartsoch of Poplar Bluff: Miss Mary' Clark of Stceie: Pste Peterson of Jonesboro; Misses Jean and Jane Williams of Driver: Charles Boles of Osceola: James Williams, Junior Bugg. Miss' Charlotte Bugg and Miss Nancy New- ccmb, all • of Gideon. Mo'.: Miss Francss Reed and Raymond Bick- ersiaff,. cf Memphis; Jack Jennings, who is spending 15 days here with his family while awaiting transfer to army ramp in Texas; Ben Smith of Camp Joseph T. Robinson in uttlr Rock; Melvin Halsell. who is school in Memphis. Will Give Program Blue Danube Trio, of Chicago, auditorium Wednesday ,at 10:00 will nppenr at the city high school o'clock. Miss Helen Pittman Is Bride Of Fred Smith OSCEOLA. Ark., Feb. 3. — The ccuntiy home of Mrs. Ed Pittman at Carson Lake was the scene of tho wedding of her granddaughter, Miss Helen Pittman of Osceola who was married to Fred Smith also of Osceola at 8 o'clock Saturday night. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harold B. Tillman, pastor of the Osccola Baptist Church, in Ihe presence of the family and immediate friends. Potted plants and cut flowers were used in decoration of the Pittman home with, tall palms and floorbaskets of white and pink gladioli and fern marking the place of the ceremony. Evergreens encircled the doorway and made a soft green background, Rich shades of green and woodland colors were noted in the large hooked rug upon which the couple stood and which was made by the groom's mother. Mrs. Ross Smith of Etowah. The bride wore a Spring ensemble suit of Eleanor blue with matching hat and navy blue accessories. Her corsage was of pink and white carnations and valley lilies. The bride, who is the daughter of J. E, Pittmaa of Osceola and the late Mrs. Edna Pipkin Pittman, was graduated from Tech High School in Memphis and the R, G. Bandy Secretarial School in Osceola. She is secretary to A. F. Barham, Osceola attorney. The bride groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sinith of. the Etowah community: and was graduated from Wilson High School. After attending college in Jonesboro he taught in, the schools of Mississippi county for two years. He is manager of the Qsceola Insurance Company and was installed Friday night as president of the Osceola Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is also activo in Boy Scout work. Following the ceremony ;in informal reception was held for relatives and guests. Centering the lace- covered dining la.ble wasTthe three- tiered wedding cake in white and silver topped with a. miniature bride, and groom. Encircling the cakr- were pink gladioli and white chrysanthemums with maiden hair fern, lighted by white tapers in crystal candelabra. Assisting in serving were Mrs. J. M. M^ankcr and Mrs. Ray Morgan of Wilson cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Smith arc at home in the Jordan Apartments on Elisabeth avenue. Alisons the out-of-iown truest* wore Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Jones Jr. of Memphis. Merit Badges And Pins Are Awarded To Wilson Scouts And Scouters WILSON. Feb. 3.—Wilson Scoute and Scouters held their first Court of Honor for 1941 at the Wilson Methodist Church when five scouts and one scotiter were awarded a totni of 14 merit badges. Scout Wesley Apple received merit badges in Firemanship, Pathfinding. Personal Health and Public Health. Cecil Coburn received merit badges in First Aid to Animals, Music and Pnthflnd- ing. Richard Ethridge was awarded badges in First Aid to Animals and PaUifinding. Tom Cross ai Pathfinding. Billy Ludwig in Path- finding, and Scouter Norman Houston in Reading, Scholarship and Safety. Following these awards Scouter pins were awarded to the following affiliated members: Troop Sponsor, the Rev. Rex B. Wilkes; Troop Committee Chairman W. F. Wilson; Committecmen D. N. Morris, C. G. Miller and W. J. Ludwig; Assistant Scoutmasters Whittier Orr and Mill Cummings and District Commissioner E. W. Packard. Absentee awards of Scouter pins were made to Comrmttcemen J. A. Apple, j, R. Cullom. Ray Mann und Jewell Ryals. Badges of Office were awarded to Star Scout Billy Ludwig. scribe; Charles Gentry, bugler; Walton Wilson, quartermaster, and H. G. Yate.s, librarian. An award of rank was made to Scout Walton Wilson for outstanding work. Bits of News Mostly Personals acssc Mrs. A. C. Blaylock Jr, left Saturday for a month's visit with friends and relatives in points of South Georgia and Florida, Mrs. Harry Kirby has returned from Memphis where she underwent treatment for acute enteritis for two weeks. Raymond Bickerstaff, who is employed in Memphis with Dixie Bridges following his graduation at midterm from Northwest Junior College at. Senatobia, Miss., spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bickerstaff. He had as his guest, Miss Frances Redd, also of Memphis. Mrs. Bickerstaff and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup motored the guests back to Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James spent the weekend in Jonesboro with relatives. Lloyd Flonnan. who has been attending the University of Texas at Austin, has transferred to the University of Arizona at Tucson. The change was made necessary because of a sinus condition of Mr. Florman which it is believed will be aided by the Arizona climate. Miss Nannie Clarke Smith spent the week end in .Wheatley with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Sinith Miss lone Muery returned Sunday afternoon from Caruthersville where she spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Stewart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Aclolph Meyer. and daughter. Joan, will leave the last oC the week for Miami Beach Fin., to spend six weeks. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor am Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutcher are in Campbell, Mo., today to attend the funeral of Dr. Taylor': and Mr. McCulehen's aunt, Mrs N. M. Thompson. Mrs. James Hill Jr., who is undergoing treatment at Warrall hospital at Rochester, Minn., is mucr improved. Jimmy Goodrich, of Osccola. was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs Charles G. Moreheacl."' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Silverbergef, of Memphis, .spent the weeek end here with Mrs. Norman Felsenthal, of Chicago, who is visiting her father, B. H. Levy Sr., and brother, Ben Levy jr. Mrs. Felsenthal had been attending to business in Memphis and Mrs. Silverberger returned home with her. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bailey of Campbell, Mo., spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Leslie Hooper arc .spending today in Memphis. Mrs. B. A. Bugg and her house guest, Mrs. Leda Admire, of Chicago, returned Friday from Memphis where they went especially for the funeral of Mrs. Mattie Rodery which was conducted Tuesdav William Beswick. George ConneJl and Stanfill Cutchin attended the basketball tournament in Jonesboro Saturday night. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1941 Demonstration .Club News Notes Retain 1940 Officers Officers of the Armorel Home Demonstration club for 1940 were retained for 1941 by a vote of the club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. At the same meeting, new chairmen were appointed. After the luncheon attended by 13 members, including one new member, and one visitor, the group sang "God Bless America" and "Arkansas" and Mrs. Grady Cald- wcll read a poem. Mrs. W. L. Smith presided during the business session at which time plans for furnishing the club house were discussed and a program for each meeting was planned. The following chairmen were appointed: Mrs. Vincent, finance; Mrs. Annie Adams, gardening; Mrs. W. O. Anderson, canning; Mrs. Fred King, child welfare; Mrs. Guy Walker, home management; Mrs. W. G. Blackweli, clothing; Mrs. Rebstock, poultry; Mrs Taft Melzger, recreation". The next meeting is to be Feb 11 at the home of Mrs. W. O Anderson. Takes More Than Glamor To Make School Teacher Now Fairchild today produces M training planes and three commercial planes weekly, as compared to -two commercial planes weekly a year ago. SCHOOL NEWS «y RUTH MILLETT Johnny is a high school freshman, j important to America [ >r not Johnny learns to ' t straight in the next few years. It is important to America that Johnny, growing up in one cf ' America's small towns, has the very V 3 * k ader * h 'P- It is important that thte grown-ups who guide his thinking will be people who arc capable of giving Johnny a true picture of what is goins on in the world today, of what he owes his country as well as what it owes him. Never before has it been quite so important for young Americans to have the finest type of leadership that can be found. The generation that « in school today must believe so strongly in the American way of life and be so willing to .support it in every way that no form of foreign propaganda can mislead them. Since this is true, it would .seem that school boards and school superintendents who choose ihe teachers for the young people of thejr community would be concerned about finding the most intelligent, capable teachers that they can find among educated loyal Americans. But are they? Well, women teachers—according to the head of the Placement Bureau at Iowa State Teachers' College. They want teachers who aren't sto: ' Neighbors To Meet -Members of the Royal . ill; meet tonight- at 7:30 o'cio p i- ! with Mrs. J. B, Foster on North Fifth street, according 10 Hn _ noimcemem made today. •• • • To Be For.Bingo Tarty Mrs. John .Merlon and Mr, Uoyd;.-Wise, will br hoste^c.-'ftr the bingo, party to to s;v^i Thurs- day'night at; the American T.,«n(oV 1 •Hut;;at 8:00 'o'clock. The affairv^m .be sponsored bv the:.Altar',Society of the Church of tiie Immaculate Conception. Has Birthday.- Party •Ben Kenneth,- sou of Mr and Mrs. Buford- : Young. *celebraUxi his seventh birthday with a patty at his .home -Saturday. afternoon. In the games:which the 20 RUBKU played, prizes went to Billy Gla.ss- cock. Betty Graves'awl Molly Miller,, late of HaUicftburg,'.Miss., now a.houseguest of her aunts. Mrs Hugh. Nelson Thompson and Mrs Samuel F. Norris, and .families. Birthday' cake - with ice cream was. vierved.. Favors were miniature •paraffin:-figures. , : Huffman News Mrs. -J. T. Walker, who has been wile ill of pneumonia- at her home is rapidly improv-ins. Arthur Lee Perkins, infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. Willie Perk'ns nas recovered after bavin? been Ul Of influenza. Niiss Panlinr Campbell. H f (er | )r . ma rrnployed for son>r? time bore > wtrh Misi; Izcin Morsar.. has a<*ain i taken up her work "at BlyfhcviHe ; Mr. and Mr?. J.omuo Moore have ;r : :U;rned from Jonesbcro where ! tney spent a few days with Mrs j Moore's ?isr?v. Mrs. rnnnie Mc- I u*nn. and Mr. McCarm. Mrs Mc- jCavm returned with them to^pend j a few days here. | Mrs Beatrice Allen ha. sonc to I St. Louis to spend a week or two j*itn her mother BIU , whcr ,. , At The Hospitals TMythcvlllc Hospital W. R. Arnold, city, admitted. Miss Eva Cheatham. city, ad- mit-ted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Henderson, city, a daughter at 11:30 P- m. Saturday, weight seven pounds, seven and one-half ounces. Mrs. -Lena Stevens, city, admitted. Mrs. L. D. Keith, city, admitted. Mrs. Lutie McCormick. citv ad| muted. ! Mrs. A. C. Gist. Oceola. dismiss- t ed. I Edgar Pullain. Hayti. dismissed. | Lillie Mac McDormott. city, dis- j ini.ssrd. j Sam Orgcl. Cixrnthcrsvillc ( )is- I missed. 1 Mrs. Waklon Sharp and baby ! Hayti. di.snussnri. 'j Walls Hospital ; OandHll Kinninghatn. city, admitted Sfliurdwy. dismiwed' Sunday. o R. Hankins. Manila, ad- Red Cross Board Will Meet Tonight \ _ Alll board, members of the Chickasawba district of the American Reel Cross will meet tonight at 7:15 o'clock in the Red Cross office in the Lynch building. Plans for the work of the coming year will be discussed, it was stated by officers who urged all members to attend. .SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. Cliass Has Initiation The Home Economics Club of BlythevIUe High -School had its Initiation services Wednesday. As Mary Jo Fisher is the only girl in the Home Economics department who lias attained her Home Makers degree, she received a gold ribbon. Kathleen Baker, Man' Frances Fields. Anna Wright. Sara Warrington, and June Lansing received their Home Manager's Degree. The eleven girls who have just been initiated into the club and have earned their Home Helper's Degree are: Amelia Saliba, Carolyn Peterson, Margaret Johns, Dulcie Smith. Vivian Vickers, Doris Adair. Skippy Crook, Beverly Thorpe,' Frances Bright, Jeanne Morris, Noma Houchin. . In addition, to. the members those present were Mrs. Freeman Robinson, sponsor of the Club. Miss Jimmie Brock, co-sponsor, and Miss Elizabeth McHenry. .slricie, who are "peppy," and who (most important of all) don't .smoke. This is 1941. Men. women and j children in civilized countries are ! playing hide-and-seek with dive j bombers. No one knows whether democracy, a.s we know it today,! will survive. The future oi' every } boy and girl in this country Ls in- i secure. Hard, perhaps dcs^prate ; times arc ahead. ' i And yel we arc still choosing j our young folks' teachers on the ! basis of a nice figure, peppy per- • .•jonality. and no "bad habits." Poor Johnny! No wonder he is i a sucker for misguided youth j movements. i Read Courier News want ad.s. More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. PAS- TEETH, an improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer 50 that they fee Imore comfortable. 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