The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGE (ARK,} COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY-4, 1941 Social Calendar , EYENT^. Sisterhood Q£ T;«nple! Isi'ael L having supper, T:QQ qjcloek at, home of Mrs. Max Meyers. . '."Mrs! toy \Velch entertaining rtelt%, Contract .Club. Mrs. 0. W. . McCutchen. having Town and Country Club. ADC Bridge Club meet-ing with Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. C. A.. Cunningham entertaining .Wednesday Bridge Club. : THURSDAY'S, EVENTS Mrs. G. A. George, of Luxora, ..entertaining Prosperity club> 2:30 . o'clock v . . ' Altar Spqlety.-, C&urch. of t(he ! Immaculate. Conception, sponsoring bingo party,, a; 00 o'clock, at Cath' " " Putting The Indian Sign On Spring Fashions /Joint meeting- of, Woman's Foreign Missionary Society and Young Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the First, Church of the Nazarehe, 1:30 o'clock, at the church. , . Woman's Missionary- Society,. Pilgrim Holiness Tabernacle, meeting 2:30 o'clock with M^s, Muriel Payne, at. piudette, i ', .Mrs/ Byr,qn. Morse entertaining Thursday,' Luncheon Club. Mid-Week Bridge Club meeting with Mrs, B, A. Lynch. Mrs./C.. W/ Garrigari having Thursday Afternoon Club. Mrs. J. L. Nabers entertaining Thursday Bridge, Club. • Cee-Que. Bridge. Club, meeting with Miss Frances. McIJaney. Mrs. Frank Clark ha.vi.ng- Thurs- ; day Dessert. Clbu, Thursday. Contract. Club meeting with 'Mrs. Carroll. Blakemore. Mrs, Ed Cook entertaining Double, Four . Bridge Club. Mrs. Benard McFarland having Y. M, B. Club. •• , : FRIDAY'S. EVENTS .Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and Mrs. /•E, E; .Hardui entertaining .Ladies' Bible ' Class, First MethocJisL ^Gh'urchj 7:30. o'clock, at Hardui . home. ..••..•/Miss, Cordelia Wilhite entertaining. Dorcas.. "Sunday school class, First Baptist'church, meeting. 2:30 o'clock. at church. .'All's. Arch Lindsey entertaining C. B. c;ciubJ . Friday. Contract Club meeting with Mrs.'.L. S. Benish." Has Bridge Party Ai Rustic Mond ay .Twenty four- people played bridge at'the 1 Rustic-Inn Mondav, night ^___ P..Martin. •; • •While' v they- • were .playing, the guests-iia'd ice<i drinks- and assorted wafers. After prizes were awarded,-; a • dessert • course of pie a la mode .was. served'. . Tabie^.."decorations and tallies in 5S - » — ~* re'd-and:whife were in keeping with the , ; approaching St. Valentine's •Day-;? ' *:''••.:';" '•• ' .. • 'Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard re. ceived'a; novelty v ash ' tray set "with .cigarette box. for high score prize. Second; high, :a pair ot vases;' 'went to. 'Miss Mfiiurihe ' Branson. Cut prize, •. bath pov»^er. was 'presented ;Miss: .Medritli Hancock. ," •- . •••."''' ''•'•' :' : *'."•'•!'""•*' People Are Honored At Bridge Party ;Three' visitois in. the. city, were .honored-. with a bridge party given "-beadwbrk pocket made motifs, such are seen on wall panel in the. background. "Good Ee^rfh''', "Anthony Adverse", 'Grapes of Wrath" and "Gone with the Wind." Decorative scheme for the lunch- con' WHS provided by 'the army. Placecards were army camp tents over which flew a Hag, while, miniature soldiers 'and' machine "guns were arranged down the center of the table. * * * Change Pia<;e of Parly * The place of. the bingo party which is to be- sponsored Thurs-. day night by the Altar Society of the Church.;of the Immaculate Conception has been changed from the American L.egion Hut to the Catholic Hall. Mrs. John Merton and Mrs. Lloyd Wise will be. hostesses for the affair which will begin at 8:00 o'clock. ''**.» W. 31. U. Meets At the, meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union, qf the. First Baptist church, Monday: afternoon at the church, Mrs. cC-iE Johnson gave the devotional ; on ^Enlistment." .'••.••"'" Thirty, eight members and two visitors were present for the busi.- . ness session presided over by Mrs W, J. Rodgers, The: opening prayer was offered by Mrs. R, L. Reeder aud closing I prayer by Mrs. Everett Reiiegear. *, * # Have Business Meeting Twenty-four members, of' the Wo! man's Society of Christian Service, r First Methodist Church, had a business session at the- church Monday- afternoon.. ; Announcement-'was.- made that the sGCietif would take part in' the World Day of Prayer at the First Christian church. Feb. 28. Women of the Christian church will sponsor the program. ( . Wesleyan Service Guild of the (.society will have a silver, tea and ; book' review- -at: the church Monday, to which, the members were invited.. .'- The regular program meeting has been postponed until-the 'fourth Monday. It.' will be conducted in connection with the "Bible" study it was stated. " * - ' • •" The business, sessiou was preceded with a-'-devotional by Mrs. Henderson Hall.. A song composed by her was- sung by Mrs. Ralph Berry man. Is New Member Mrs. T. S. McKay is a' new mem-! ber of the Ladies"" Missionary Council of the Assembly of God Church which. met Monday night at ; the parsonage. Sixteen members were resent. Following the opening prayer by Mrs. Lydic Mackey, • group • singing and prayer request, field reports were given. Plans were made to make and .sell more quilts. The refreshments served by Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Virgil Hopkins were, in the Valentine scheme. FUNNY BUSINESS Mind Your Manners "I'rieruls, UILS weather bureau report of the oncoming tornado is earning to you through the courtesy of the Build-Well Lumber Co." Wo M worJd Woman's Society of Christian Serv- Prav Prayer, ,nu- First. Christian Church. m / " *£' ^ C Street Methodist church, made , Monday afternoon at- the church. tine party to be ^ G «^'DWn8er/wi,o hu the cLrca at ' been in: charge or the study, was Monday . assisted with the final chapter bv and. Miss Elizabeth Martin, group- captains. Plans were made for a Valen- Feb. 14 at • — -.-——• iivu«*> >u< j «i W »«j(,i,n ivj.iaj i/nt; 1111.1x1 ctiapifir ov ' atternoon.ab th.e home of Mrs. R. iMrs.. George Shanks. Mrs. E. K.i Set Tentative. Date c - Rosp Sewell, Mrs. J. T. Stalcup, 'Mrs."! For Slatc Convention Monday afternoon by 'Mrs. ..Jess, servance- Horner- at her-)i6me on the Walker Ellis Mrs .Park. Drive. They' The observance which, will be for all denominations will be Feb. 28 at 2:30 ofclpcb at the" First Chris-' tian church, The ; following committees have been named to assist with the ob- They- were .Mrs.. Richard Collins of- Dyersburg,. Tenru, hoi^egiiest. of- Geurlu, Mrs. Ed-. , . . win Robinson; pu.bUcity— Mrs Russell Barh.am,. Ws. J. Cecil Lowe, Gc0r 5e W. Patterson; decorations— : Mr. .and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, ..;and' Miss Thyrssa, Branton of.. Avon, Miss., houseguest of Mr." and Mrs'. . R- M. Beck, Mrs. W. houseguest ' cf a" and Mrs: George W •* •Mss. Charles. Rose, has been asked to preside over the meeting. Mrs. Lowe was devotional leader As: a .mode :<* welcome for the ^^^L^^' SrT^ v^ors tallies, were decorated with BaW«?op^^eV^uinS^ aqla ..kex§ on which were printed, iod. Mrs Lowe took MPT ''Welcom^to : Bl y t.hevUle.'' The salad [from Psalms ? and t k , plate father-carried out the "Keys j lor the theme of he talk .pf v the. city:' motif in cookies cut Build Mv Church That la the shape, of keys. Spring flow-I May Be. Known C ers and ported plants in pink and "Chri<;tinnis- TI crftlrl /.^.v^l^^^j ..!.- j ' ^ ^HIlMJtinJoJ II wm w Way gold completed • .the de^.orat i ons. High, score, pme went to Mrs. •subject cf the Renkort In China" was the led bv honor, jewelry; costume Entertains. With ?arty For Gtiest r Miss Thyrssa Branton of Avon .Miss.,-houseguest of Mr. and Mrs' B: .F. Brogdpn Jr., Was'guest of! .-honor at a-party .'given Saturday ! a ward .afternoon by her hostess. Miss Branton. a student at the University of Mississippi at Oxford, was spending-the week end .here; with- the Brogdons. • A ^Valentine motif was -carried out 'in-, the -dessert course served after , the• games.' the . taliies anri gift ^packages, ..'• -. Mrs..:; Eugene. JDipkinsori '.receivvd high .• score; pnze and Mrs."j.''w. Rayder,- second '.nigh in- the- bridge games: The guest f>l honor was presented; bath powder.' V - . .. ^ --- — •-. — »•",-•; i**it t ii_.*J lO talked on "Disciples of Christ in China'- 1 and Mrs. NatJian Carle on "You Must Know chi- ner-e Personalities. During a social hour, game was played b marble teams McCol - 4nt°?o' ^^"v^? CTRh hirh Ln /, ?' A ' :Hnn ^ s of tiv ? U , l ° th ° OT ~ L? Churrh ' A dc5scrt C ° Cens smotl - - r . Billy King and Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Ghirch Isn't Dormitory Dean Tells Congregation BOSTON (UP)—Dean Edwbi J. van Etten of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Episcopal) complains that some persons come to "the church ; to get out of the cold, others to eat their lunches and ! some to find quietness. Chiding his congregation, the dean said the cathedral "is not date for the state conven- j primarily a lunch counter and a Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Richard Collins of Dyersburg. Tenn., came Sunday to spend this week with Miss Pett Byars. E. R. Jones expects to enter Memphis Baptist hospital this week to imclergo an operation, He will be there for two weeks. Mrs. Jones will probably accompany him to Memphis. • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyd who hav c been residing at 1316 Holly street, have moved into the apartment, at 800 West Walnut. Miss Kathvyn Greene, of St. Louis, spent the week end hero with her cousin, Mrs. Edgar Borum. and family. Rose Lynn Yates and Ann Yates have returned from Memphis where they spent, a few days with their mother, Mrs. Joe Yates. who is a patient at Baptist hospital. Mrs. Yates, who is recovering from a major operation performed about two weeks ago. is expected to return home the latter part of- the week. Mr. anci Mrs. Basil Locke and son. Teddy, lek Sunday from Memphis for Los Angeles prior to es- ^ablishin^ residence in California. [They went to Memphis irom here k^rictay. > .--,.. .. .:.,., Mr, and Mrs. Farn?\vorth Bbck anci daughter. Betty, are spending today in Memphis where they will consult Betty's physician. Virginia Williams, daughter of Sam H. Williams, underwent an appendectomy Monday at Mem- -phis Methodist- hospital. She is •resting: very well today. Her father, who went down with her. has returned home. Mrs. J. W. Wright has been admitted to Memphis Baptist hospital Monday. She was accompanied by her daughters, Mrs. E. 'R. Reid, cf Osceola, and Miss Mary Sue Wright. Mr. and. Mrs. K. H. ,Francis. of Tuscaloosa. Ala., came here Monday from Timpson, Tex., for a short visit before returning to their home. Mr. Francis-will attend to business and they win visit their son, Kavanaugh Francis, and Mrs. Francis. Mrs. R. G. Gash. Is resting well at Walls hospital today after having- undergone a major operation this morning. Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the followii:* questions, then checking- against the authoritative answers below: 1. In speaking of her husbanu to .social acquaintances, should ft wife call him "The Doctor"? 2. Is it better for a wife to refer to her husband ar. "my husband" or as "Jim" when talking to fneuds? 3. Should a girl refer to th« boy she is dating at the moment as "my boy friend"? 4. Should a girl refer to another girl as "my girl friend"? 5. Ls tha term "lady friend' 1 ever correct? What would you say if— You are speaking- of the wives af members of a men's organization— la) Refer to them as "ladies"? fb) Refer to them as "women"? Answers 1. No. It sounds pompous. 2. "Jim." "My husband" is all right when talking to acquaintances. 3. No. She should call him by name. 4. No. It, implies she has only one friend. 5. Never. Best ''What Would You Do" solution— (b). Women is now the preferred term. LOOK! d)NlY AND YOUR OlDTfRE SIZE 6.00 x 16 FOR A At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. R, G. Cash, city, admitted. Ernest Powell, city, admitted. E. E. Taylor, Memphis, admitted. Mrs. H. K. Martin, city, admitted: Beecher Prince. Tyler. Mb., dismissed.. BlylheviUc Hospital Mrs. OUn Reese and baby, city, dismissed! Memphis Baptist Hospital Tal Tongate. Osceola, admitted. Memphis Methodist' Hospital Virginia Williams. Blytheville, admitted. . . . •' STANDARD TIRE, - Group singing opened the meet-i^ 011 of th.e- American Association j dormitory." ing which was closed with prayer j ol University Women which is to! '- — '-. — ; by Mrs. A. L. Reagan. During the "meet-"here this year was tentatively; Clock Made of-Toothbrushes business session presided over by set Cor March 29 at the meeting j SACRAMENTO, Cal. (UP>—With Mrs. W. L. Green, reports were of tho local . branch of A.A.U.W., ! the aid of a 15th century book on made and plans made to s^nd frM^-^-ttirrtnv Q * ^^ wnfni Mr>u5« ; ^^•t-^.i^r,-,. „ ...„._!—,— *... ^. , to a sick member. Mrs. Charles McDaiuei is a new member of this group. Mrs. Disinger dismissed with prayer. BUY NOW1 PAY IATEW BUDGET PLAN TUB os low on GIVE YOUR COLD THE A)R. AIR-CONDITION DRIPPY WITH Elect Officers „. i , - s " * " " at the Hotel Noble. j horology, a watchmaker in Folsom Mrs. Spence Williams, Mrs. J. S.: penitentiary constructed in five :McCants and Mrs. Robert Mel-1 months a clock that runs perfectly, horae, all. of Osceola, weie hostess- j using only toothbrush handles m' es for the luncheon .meeting. j its construction. He duplicated A program on "Trends of Modem I with the celluloid handles all the Literature" was presented by Mrs.! part* formerly made of wood Farmer England, who. gave a brief j ; — : of trends in American Lit- i During September the nation's OUftOC PHILLIPS MOTOR CO, Thone 8U1 5th & \Valnul ITZ> dent of me Kin c o ^"^ ° r tre » ln Americ8 " LU " ^ September the nations Senior B T U ! s ol the Sr,? Ban e |' erature 11 P to fche ] ^- decade, and. ; airlines, flew approximately. 9,000.- list, church " concentrated the . greater part of 000 revenue miles, and 'carried ap- a mceUne Monda . es, Monda V her talk on the trends of the last proximafcely 250,000 tist church at night, at the church. 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