The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 7, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIEfl NEWS TiHTier-Thunnan Rites Sciemnized In, JaimHry . ; Mr. .arid jWrs- .'TV B: ; Thiirnian announce the irmrriage of their daughter, fMlss Reba . Mae Trmr- 'man, to Bill "Turner, son of Mr, and Mrs. H.'C. Turner,. The • wedding was solemnized by Magistrate Johh Scott of Garuth* ersviile Jan.-' 11, . A graduate - of the city high school, Mr. Turner is now connected with- r £he Coca Cola Bottling Company. Mrs. Turner also (attended the city high school. Mr. anfl Mrs. Turner are making their home on South Lilly street. ' .. ',.-, ''•".'. *••<••» Gives Birthday Party For Mrs. E. E. Ha r din .- Mrs. Jesse Taylor gave a party Thursday night at her home for her mother, Mrs. E- E. Hardin, who was celebrating her birth day; Twelve guests were present ror the affair which was a surprise for Mrs. Hardin. _She was showered with handkerchiefs. Both rook and bridge were played. Mrs. A. E. Hunt-ley 'was high among the bridge players and Mrs- H, R. Brandon, among the rook players. Tne Valentine , scheme was carried out in the tallies and the com&inatiori sandwich and salad plate which was served after the gaines. - . ' . . . • •'-" '..''' • * • Union Has Supper Y A. supper for 20 members of the Judson -Union of the Baptist Training" -Unions -and six visitors was given at : the First Baptist church Thursday night. ' :. : A -red and ;white color scheme in keeping with the -"Valentine motif was used in decorations for the table on which we're' also arranged ! bouquets of red roses; After supper, games were led by "Mrs: ' Everett Renegear. . Committee in cViafge of the affair was -made up of • Mrs. Roy Porter. Mrs. Franklin Atkisson and Mrs.' Wade Reeves- - "' '•'•'•' ;: - '' ••'.' '•''*: '.*:••* : .• • CompHmentjs Visitor. ;Miss i-aVeda .Williams, of St. Louis, who is spending this week Here with • : her aunt, Mrs. Homer Fisher, .was complimented with a party: given. Thursday night by Ato. Fisher- at her home. Eight couples were present for the affair." 'Miss Margaret Rose Anderson, of .Osceola, was an out of town '.guest. ' Games were played -/and 1 later r^- freshments were served. Miss Williams will 'return to her •hcrne-i by ?.'rnbtbr Sunday. '• 'YY' '• ' • * ; * ••'•*' ~ ••-. •• '' Sen-Born. •; '•-.••;-•.,•• A' son was 'born, this morning: to MrYimd Mrs. Mobley Estos, formerly:. of this city and now of Columbus, . Ga. Mrs. , Estes' mother^ Mrs. '.John- G. 'Bourland, is with her;;- •,'.. '• •.-'•';-.• ..... ••'• . •• This-is" the. Estes' second child. They.: have ; a who is. three. daughter./, Virginia, Club S Dahbe Al Glib : . Mr.; and . Mrs. DbyleYjferiderson, Mr..ahd Mrs: W. p. Higginson ana /Mr.;and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. entertained members of Club 28 and a -few, guests at a- party Thursday iii£ht at the Woman's cluS. The • dance was the first to be •given this year by the group. Instead of having their • January .dance, members cooperated 'with '•ether .'dancing groups of Blytheville - to sponsor the "charity ball" on the president's-'birthday. Decorations were in red, white and; blueYand the centerpiece lor the.-table 'from which the midnight supper ..-Bras served was formed of flags. . The guest list included: Charles Albright of Memphis, Joe Walker of 'New Orleans,. Mr. 'arid Mrs. Ed Williams, Mr. and Mrs. William Berry pf Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. J. U.Stott of Moline. lit, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fleeman of Manila. ' : ;' •*•*,» Double Fonr Club Changes Meeting: Day Double Four club which has beei meeting each Thursday will b t the group decided at Heart Interest Bits of News Mostly Personals J. P. Friend is able -to-be out after having been ill of influenza for five days- Mrs. Tnomas W. Miller and daughter, MoJUc, late of Hattles- burg, Miss., and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson left today for St. U>uis ro visit the sisters of Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs- Hibbert Bottom and Airs. Leonard Holt and families. Charles Crlggor III fs ill of measles at his home, 801 West Walnut .street, it is expected that he will be able to be out next week after having been ill since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pan-is McCalla went to Rosemark, Tenn., today to spend the week end with Mr McGaiia's parents. Mrs. Wilson Henry is HI at her home, 1302 Heai-n street, Mrs- Edgar Borum, ; Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and daughter, 'Reen, -will leave Sunday morning for Havana, Cuba. They will go by train to Miami where they will take the boat and upon their return will also visit in Miami Beach before returning home. Mrs. B. H. Miller, who has been ill at her home, 131 East Main street, since Monday, is improving. E. M. Holt is very ill of a sinus infection at his home. James D. Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wood, is ill of measles at his home, 1016 West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooke Robertson and family, who have been residing on -West Chickasawba avenue, have moved to the corner of Cherry and Second streets. Jake Alley, who has been ill of a heart ailment, is very much improved. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Valentine's Day,- Charlotte, jewelry 'designer, creates 'three charming hearts, in graduated sizes. They arc ot rose and aqua brilliants, set in borders of gold. They arc smart on the top of -a •dress, as shown, or^on the sleeve. The veilec hat fc c frothy .* feminine wisp of a thing to wear just behind a pompadour. of the work, of the Y. W. P. M. S., ol which she 'is president, Tho group was djsmi^sed with prayer by ; Mrs. ? 'Park4r. ...:."_ ' r . The 'thirteen members and one visitor were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Parker. ' * * * Recent Bride is Honored ;il Party Another in the group of parties honoring Mrs. O. T. Hunt, recent bride, was given Thursday night by Mrs. R. A. Nelson at her home. .Mrs. Hunt is the former Miss Virginia Williams of this city and Fordyce. Bishop Will Spckk In Interest Of Hendrix In the interest of Hendrix College, a Methodist, .supported school at Conway, Bishop Charles C. Se- .leeman of Oklahoma City, will speak at a meeting of Methodist churches of the Jonesboro • district to be conducted at the local First Church Monday;' ! i This meeting; is one of 'many at . e FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1941 sented the guest. Members of the Thursday Dessert- club and two guests, Mrs. Ray Williams of Byhalia, Miss., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, and Mrs. W. W. Shaver were entertained at the home of Mrs F G. Clark. A dessert plate was served before the games. Mrs. Dickinson was high and Mrs. Jess .Horner, The eight gue v st,s were entertained second high scorer. Gifts were pre- in rooms decorated with white nar- sented both guests. cissuses- They were served a dessert course at the conclusion of the games. Miss Louise Parham received high score prize in the games, and the guest of honor was also presented a gift." Both packages were wrapped in bridal paper. * * » St. Valentine's Day Ts Time For Parties St. Valentine's Day was' the theme of many of the club parties given Thursday being carried o"!t in tollies, menus and red and white flowers. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was the only Luncheon home of Mr?. Byron Morsr. Valentine scheme was car- sandwich plate served at the Thursday Bridge club party- of Mrs J. L. Nabers. Besides the club members, her only guest was Mrs. L E Bnker. High score prize \vent to Mrs. J. Cectl Lowe and .second high to Mrs Raymond Schmuck. Miss Virginia Lit He of the Cr $IG,000 for Hendrix college and Ministerial Education. • AH Methodists and," friends of Hendrix college are invited to attend the meeting, Mon&iy afternoon from 2:00 to 4;00 o'clock- The local church has promised $200 of which $50 has already been • contributed. Bishop Selecman will go Monday night to Marion for a special visit with a few churches of this district before going to the other 14 districts of the state. • Shaw-FHzmaurice Of interest at Cooter and Tyler is the wedding of Miss Katherinc Fimnaurice to Frank Shaw which was solemnized in the study of the officiating minister, the Rev. Doyle of the Catholic church in janUliersviJle Saturday evening. Only intimate friends and relative.'; .attended. The bride Is the daughter of W. J. Fitzmaurice, ginner and planter of near Cooter. She attended the Cooter and Caruthersville high schools. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Shaw of Tyler and is connected with his father in farming. 'They will make their home near Tyler. * i * Entertains at Bridge Mrs. E. *V. McCann was hostess to her bridge club of Cooter at a party at her home Monday night when she also had the following gue.sLs: Mrs. Jack Wimp and Mrs. McKinney. The valentine motif was carried out in the decorations. The high score award, an electric corn popper, went to Mrs. Alma G. Copeiand; second high, towels, went to Mrs. Jerry Hbl'ly> and bridge award, toilet water, went to Mrs. Mckmney. Refreshments of toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, pineapple salad, 'fruit cake and iced drinks were served. * • * Bridge Luncheon Given Miss Doris Barnett was hostess to a seven o"'clock bridge luncheon Thursday night when, she had members of the Thursday Bridge club and also the following guests: Mrs. Jack Rushing, Mrs. Marcus Limbaugh arid Mrs. Glenn White. The luncheon consisted of ham sandwiches* potato salad, cherry pie> with whipped cream and iced drinks. High score award went to Mrs. Tom Hopper, second high to Mrs. Limbaugh, and bridgo to Mrs. White. * *. *• Mrs. Aubrey Cross spent last weekend with her husband at Camp Robinson nsar Little -Rock. Miss -Susie Bell Terry returned Monday, after several days visit with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Clem and family of Marston. Miss Louise Beckham, who is attending college in-Cape Girardeau, spent, last weekend in Memphis with her mother, Mrs. A. R. Beckham of Cooter, who is a patient in the Baptist, hospital. Mrs. Rex Hughes of Huffman, Ark.,"- spent last Monday night here tfith Miss Margaret McClure. ..Mrs. W.-P. Riddick is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Badger, and family, -of Cannalton, Ind., this week. •.Raymond Perry, Dick Michie and Person Hudson left yesterday Tor Rolla. Mo. Kanian WiU Talk At ] State Convention Here Justin of Man- r cllalrm an of South. division of American Association of University Women, will be ™ e ° a "* Prominent speakers at the A A. U. w. state convention here March 29. Details of the one day convention are now being, worked out/officers of the local branch stated today when they announced the general plan. v A business meeting of the executive board in the morning will be followed by a general business session where the voting delegates from each branch will vote. Dean Justin and other speakers will be on tthc luncheon program. In the afternoon, the local chapter will be hostess for an informal tea at home of one of the members. FUNNY BUSINESS Luxora Society—Personal 'Of course AVC get Saturday afternoons off?" Mrs. Howard Frazier and young daughter, Patricia, of West Memphis, have been the guests of Mrs. Prazier's mother, Mr:- Walter Lynch, this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Howard have as their guests lor three weeks Mrs. Howard's sister, Mrs. W. L. Hardin. and over the week end, their guests were their daughter. Miss Dixie Howard, and her cousin. Miss Ruth Helen Hardin, of Memphis. "From Many Lands" Reviewed An appreciative audience heard Raobi 'Pollack, of 'Blythevhle. Tuesday evening, when as guest reviewer of the Luxora Book Club, he presented his review on the book. "From Many Lands" by Louis Aclamic. Following the review, questions from the audience were answered by Rabbi Pollack, during which much interest was manifested by those present. A short business session was held and a nominating committee was appointed by the president, Mrs. John Thweatt, as follows: Mrs. Reiiel W. Butler, Mrs. Jesse Brown an'd Mrs. Thomas D. Wilk ins- Ail invitation was extended to the members of the club, from Mrs. S. J. Smith, to be her guests on the evening of February 18. •r «* *' New Bridge Club Organized The first meeting of the newly organized bridge club, "N.T.C.," , with. Mrs. S. J. Smith hostess, was ' held aT the Rustic Inn. Blytheville, Wednesday afternoon. The 13 mem- bers present were: Mrs- Elliott Williams, Mrs. Faizabeth Sillman, Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mrs. R. C. Lang- stoii, Mrs. T. F. Hudson, Mrs Jesse Brown, Mrs- Russell Bowen Mrs. Charlie Miff Jin, \ Mrs. C B Wood. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin, Mrs. Roy Ware and Mrs. Gro'ver C- Driver. After five progressions, high score was held by Mrs. T. F. Hudson, who was given a pair of Colonial ivory, pla-eques. second honor to Mrs. Elliott Williams, and Mrs. Russell Bowen. consolation, both receiving crystal ash trays. In ths City of New York alone there are more automobiles than in most foreign countries. Cat fanciers call female cats 'queens." Read Courier News want ad>. Help to Relieve Distress «f PERIODIC COMPLAINTS Try Lydia S. Plnkham's. Vegetable Compound to bclp relieve monthly pain, headaches, backache and ALSO calm upset nerves due to monthly functional disturbances. Pmkham's Compound is marvelous to help build up resistance against distress ol "difficult days." Trv lt!j "The" Sumatran slow loris hongs suspended when resting or sleeping. Townsend Club Meets Members of the Townsend. Club, No. One, ore to be entertained tonight with a bingo party at the home of Mr. qnd Mrs. Harry Ogle 609 South Lake Street., HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION 45-Minute Battery Recharging•General Repairing, Welding Across from Red loj> Gin A -short business the - Klrshner - ° nc glICsU Miss her home last night. Bridge 8:00 o'clock. meeting will at Refreshments were .served after the games in which Miss Patty June Davis was high and Miss Ann Wilson, second high. Be Held At Riverside T ., . .. I Singing Convention To In the bridge games which fol- i lowed lunch. Mrs. Russell Phillips ; was high and Mrs. J.-A. Leech, sec- i ond highjscorer. ' j Northr^H Arkansaj Mrs. K. H. Francis of Tusca- : vention will mod loosa. Ala., played wit.h members i neon at Riwside, south Tlie luncheon table had' a een- Guests at,the party., we're' Mrs. Ted King,.Mrs. Raymond SchmucV and Mrs- J. j. Cookston. games in which Mrs. K. H. Houch- is received the prize. •«^#&^ ^i^1~ - 1 -— M^.Theodore^ 1 ^^^^ ^ \%«^™^J$% Mrs. T. ,. Barnes. «*»,. high I ^^ of „,, .^^7^ R Con" after- of the singing will begin at 1:00 o'clock, Ray - Morgan, president, announced toda. Commande^ Will Meet Olivet Commandery. No. 20. will STUBBORN HEAD COLDS RELIEVE stuffiness and misery this proved way: .Melt a spoonful of Vkks VapoRub in boiling Water, then the steaming medicated vapors. THEM AT BEDTIME, 'rub VapoRub on throat and chest to "get full benefit of its bng-continued action while you steep. And you will be delighted with• NEFDE9 - At A!! Times START YOUR TRAINING NOW AT OUK BARGAIN RATE DURING FEBRUARY- CASH . Y ; Usual S65 Rale If Paid in Installments! ONLY 6 MONTHS TO FINISH COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 18 Years of Age Plus 2 Years High School or Completion of Nelson Test. 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