The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1941 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 13, 1941
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar ; \ FRIDAY'S EVENTS ~ Fidelis 'Class, First Baptist church, meeting 7:00 o'clock with Mrs. G. V. Daws. Literary department, Woman's club, iriwting 3:00 o'clock at clubhouse. -Mrs.- J. J. Ewing entertaining -Friday Contract Club. Duo-Quad Bridge club meeting •with Mrs. T. L. Heaton. - Mrs. Charles Perry entertaining Bi-Mbnthly Luncheon club. Mrs. C. J, Little entertaining C. B. C. club. . Kiwanis club having Ladies' iiight, 7:30" o'clock, at Hotel Noble. ",. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs- Riley B. Jones and Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertaining Chap- tier N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood at Crawford home, 1:00 o'clock. , Elect Miss Buck - To Sorority Office Miss Churchill Buc:: has been „' elected rush captain of Delta Delta Delta social sorority at the Uni- versity of Arkansas, Fayettevilie, " to during the school term, of '41-'42. I Miss Buck, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. C. M. Buck, is a sophomore - at-the University. I Dtttghter Born A Daughter was born, to Mr. and - Mrs. Fred Bbyett at their home " on Rose Street Tuesday afternoon. - The baby, who weighed six pounds, - has been named Sara Louise. • . *.. * * ^ Give Surprise Party •»••'* Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sutherland '^ had a surprise party for the junior j £T, and senior choirs of the First Meth- ^»"Odisi church at the church Wed*- nesday "night after caoir practice. T." Mrs. William Corder had charge s< of the games. Punch and Valentine ~ cookies were served, -- . In addition to the choir mem- j ^-'cers, the following guests were ~ preserit: the'Rev. and Mrs. E. B. _, Williams, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold - Eggensperger, -Miss Man' Hubler "•"and Mrs~.-E.'V. Hill. * » * Is Hostess to Club .Mrs. Lendennie' Fowler was hostess to members of the Tuesday Burjco Club and five guests for a party at the home of Mrs. Joe L. Hamby Wednesday afternoon. Guests were: Mrs. King LaFer- ney, Mrs. Jack Ozment, Mrs. Bob Barnes, Mrs. LaFayette May and : \,.Mrs. Homer Smith of Steele, Mo. .- Prizes went to Mrs. C. T. Sham'-.' ^ Hn- for high, Mrs. 'George Sham- iLlin for second, high-and "Mrs. T. N. '\ Tfeal -foi\ bunco. A sandwich plate Lj: was served after the* games. Has Guests- When Mrs. William Young entertained- members- of the ADC Bridge club for a -party at her home v Wednesday afternoon, she also had as her guests, Mrs. R. C. Allen,' Mrs, Jesse M. White and Mrs. Bill Boydr Among .the club members, prizes went to "Mrs. Harold -Nunn for high and Mrs. S. G. Shelton for second high. Guest prize was pre- sen ted to- Mrs. Allen. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. * • « * Club Elecls Officers Mrs. C., S. Baggett was elected president of the C. and N. Birthday club at the party given Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. T. O. Huey in honor "of Mrs. Allen Sutterfield. Other officers chosen to serve for the next six months were: Mrs. Huey, secretary; Mrs. Jimmy Wright, treasurer; Mrs. K. H. La- Ferney, reported. Following the Dutch supper, cards were played. "' * * • Uses Valentine Scheme A Valentine scheme was used in the Double Four -Bridge club party given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. John Foster at her home. Mrs. W. S. Johnston,. Mrs. J. J. Cbokston and Mrs. H. R. Schmuck played witli the club members. A dessert course was served after tlie games in which Mrs. Theodore Logan was high arid Mrs. B.' F. Potter, second high scorer. All Club Members Attend Bridjfc Party All members of the Delta Contract club were present for the parly given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Charles L. Wylic at her home. A salad "plate was served after the games in which Mrs. Loy Welch, received high score prize. • * * •* Is Guest of Club. Mrs. Marvin Nunn was a guest of Mrs. R. C. Rose Wednesday afternoon when she was hostess to m e nib e r s of the Town and Country club for a party at her country home. Refreshments were" served after -he' games in which Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was high and Mrs. C. C. Langston. second high scorer. ;'.*'* •? ' Hear Book He view. Fourteen members of Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood heard a book review given by Mrs. R. R Kirshner at a luncheon meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Worthington and Mrs. Hennon Carl ton. Mrs. Kirshner reviewed Ernest Hemingway's "For Whom the Bells Toll/' Mrs. Pearl AHbritlon of Pnduch. Ky., houseguest of • Mr? • and Mrs. J. A. Leech, was present at the meeting. '•• A centerpiece of red roses and white narcissuses was arranged on the dining table from which lunch was served buffet style. ' Place- cards •; were Valentines, and bouquets of Spring flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms. The 'group •-"voted*, to • meet .one day each month to sew for the Red Cress; The first sewing will be done Wednesday, Feb. 26, at an all day meeting, at Mrs. Leech's. The meeting will begin' at 9:00 ;o'clcek* and.. a, covered dish luncheon will"~b"e served" at noon. •>•'. , •->-.•.. ••-.*•'*. ;•* . ' Plays With Club. ^ Mrs. Marvin • Robinsqn played cards with members 1 of the Wednesday Bridge club Wednesday afternoon, when they were enter r tainecl at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old.' • • In the bridge games which followed lunch. Mrs. Robinson was high and Mrs. c. A. Cunningham, second high scorer. . ' V * * Citizenship Is to Be Program Subject. '.'Citizenship —The Keystone of Democracy'' will be the subject of the program to be presented at ihe meeting of the literary department "of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charles L. Wylie, lender of the. program, has arranged for the presentation of a special dramatic program and examples of citizen- ship training given by Boy and Girl Scouts. A social hour will follow the program. Demonstration Club News Notes Have Valentine Party Members of the Flat Lake Home- Demonstration club enjoyed a Valentine party after the regular monthly 'program Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. C. Thompson and Mrs. Max Coalter as hostesses. The business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. C. M. Abbott. The history of "America", song of the month, was given by the recreation leader, Mrs. M. C. Crittenden. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. A. Coalter from the Book of Mark. "Improving the Kitchen" wa.s the subject discussed by ' the home management lender. 1 Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. J. W. Richardson spoke oh an adequate diet of more fruits and vegetables and less meat and Necessary preparations and the proper care of baby chicks was given by the poultry leader, Mrs. W. L. Bynum. Plans of the county council for raising the quota oh the new 4-H club dormitory being erected at Fayettevilie were presented by Mrs. Essie Davis and the club; voted to cooperate with the Council in this project. . In the contest prizes were awarded Mrs. R. J. Cole and Mrs. J. T. Battles. A sandwich plate and coflee were served by the hostesses. Discuss Spring: Planting Mrs. Arch Lindsey, garden chairman, led the program on spring planting at. the meeting of ' 18 members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration club and one visitor, Mrs. O; O. Elkins, at the .home of Mrs. Ross Moore Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E.. S. Sisk is & new member of the group. Group "singing of "America" opened the meeting after which Mrs. Lee Styles gave the devotional. The hostess read a poem, •'! Know Something Good About You/' Roll Call was answered by each member's telling how she planned, to beautify her yard.. Mrs. Lihdscy discussed the transplanting., of shrubs and flowers/ planting .or c$rly In the.contests which were played, prizes went to Mrs. Styles and Mrs: George Bunch. The hostess served ice cream and cake decorated in the Valentine scheme. Mrs. George Bunch and Mrs. Arch Lindsey will be hostesses for the next meeting in the home of Mrs. Bunch Tuesday, Feb. 25. Mostly Personals Boudoir Bright Spot Mrs. H. A. Taylor left : Wednesday night for Flint, Mich,, to be with her sister. Mrs. Fred Smith, who is critically ill. Mrs. Taylor was accompanied by another sister, Mrs. H. T. Hynson of Amory, Miss. Miss Virginia Nunn Went Memphis Wednesday night to join her sister. Mrs. John Cocke Jr.. before leaving lor Montgomery'. Ala., where Mr.s. Cocke will reside' Mr. Cocke went to Montgomery the first of the year to be connected with the Alabama-Georgia Syrup Company. Miss Nunn will return home Tuesday, William "Bud" Heath is ill of pneumonia at Walls Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart returned . Tuesday from Memphis where Mr. Smart underwent a u v .a- jor operation a few weeks ago. He is now recovering-. Mrs. Pearl AUbritton of Paducah, Ky.,' left this morping for Miami] Fla., after having spent three weeks here with her niece, Mrs. J. A. Leech, and Mr. Leech. Mrs. I. Rosenthal is convalescing at her home, ill East Davis : avcmte, after having been ill of bronchitis Mrs. C. R. Wroten and.- Miss Ileen Hagen were in Memphis Wednesday for the matinee" performance of "The Man Who Come to Dinner" starring Clifton Webb. Mrs. T. H. L'.oyci, of Paragdulci, is spending a few days here with her daughter, Mrs. Charles' G. Morehead, and Mr. Morchead. Miss Mary Lee Wilson of vRule- ville, Miss., has returned home after .spending a week here with her aunt and.uncle. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Langston. An attractive addition to any boudoir is this little slipper chair. The seat and- heart-shaped .back are of shining red : satin, while the gay print carries out the .hearts-and- flowers motif in' bright colors on white ground. At The Hospitals BlytheviSle Hospital Mrs. W. R. Adams, cicy, admitted. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas, Osceola, 11 daughter. Coraline Wan-en, city, admitted. T. E. Kesson. city, admitted. W. R. Arnold, city, dismissed. W:iIIs Hospital Mrs. Joe Homer, Manila, admitted. Pigeons .Speed Pictures Use of carrier p'.geons by NEA Service, which supplies its pictures to this newspaper, to speed up picture service is- described in an article in the January issue of 1 ravel. .Original negatives com- inf;. from London are made up into small bundles which are released as soon as representatives of the agency board the incoming liner in New York harbor. Likewise, pictures of -celebrities or , icfugees aboard the Vessel, sent ashore for publication before the beat actually docks. . Steel Ships and Smart Men Is Navy's Slogan SAN DIEGO, Cal. (UP)~The navy has streamlined that old sail days axiom of "wooden ships and iron men." Today's navy' is being built of "steel ships and smart men." The hairy-chested salt who could stow, a flapping tops'! in a gale of wind (but probably couldn't write his name) would be off his bearings in today's navy. "Not only are today's recruits of an outstandingly high type so far as education and background go," according to Rear Admiral C. A. Blakely, commandant of the nth Naval District, "but the navy has made available to them, through its trade schools, instruction which leada not only to higher ratings and higher pay, but to a foundation in many civilian occupations. "At the -San Diego and Norfolk training stations, the 'Group II 1 schools provide training in .subjects undreamed of in the wooden ship.s of the past. Here, for the first eijht weeks of the course, Ihe bluejacket selscted for this school, is trained THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941 in typewriting English composition, spelling, semaphore, rangefinders, and the radio code, then./i comes eight weeks of specialization V j as radiomen, quartermasters signalmen, yeomen and. storekeepers." Kept Growth to Themselves Wily Dutch planters" heated nutmegs exported from the Banda islands in early times before ship- Pmg them, so that no one else could plant and grow them. Four Colors Enough Only .four colors are 'necessary' to color the most complicated map, so that contiguous sides - of dis- * S _ ShaU not ,have the same hue. JMief for Miseries of HEAD COLDS cr! *-™-™! UP *ach nostril. (1) It shrinks swollen mem- « ra , nes i <2> Soothes irritation; (3) Helps flush out nasal passages, clear- Ing clogging mucus. VICKSVATRONOL v r ^~*^4E^24££2£'<'*^^**^^^^^^^^^^UlA^2ji SPRING COATS CHOOSE YOURS NOW-U»I OUA LAY-MOT! Oldest Bank in London London's oldest bank is Hoare's. : -Its age is uncertain, but there is in existence a receipt, dated 1633, for money deposited there ;with Lawrence Hoare, who was a goldsmith. PROVEN FOR LONGER WEAR Over 45,000,000 Pairs Tell That Story! There's an arnn/.ing wctir story to Phoenix Double Vitn-Blooin Process —- proven l>y millions of American women! Discover for yourself how this special treatment can help lo Mrctch your owr» hosiery budget! WEAR YOUR PROPOKTION Tall, Average or Small — you'll find a Phoenix clocking — in all iIireadweighlB — proportioned to your requirement*. Each s-tylc is I'orrecily proportioned in ankle, calf, thigh, lop and in length. Dogivood Club Meets . Mrs. Ruth Davis and Mrs. James Middleton were hostesses to rnem- bcrs of the Dogwood Home Demonstration- club Wednesday afternoon, at a meeting at the clubhouse. The meeting was opened with £roup singing led by Mrs. B. A. Bugg and the repeating of the Woman's Creed led'by Mrs. Davis. Mrs. John Burks gave the devotional after which 'Mrs." James Middleton read a poem, "What Takes W6rrics Out of Life:' Mrs. Bugg- lokt the "Legend of the Dogwood* which was donated to the club by Mrs. Lucilc Gnggett. Mrs. J. A. Payne presided over the dub by Mrs. Lucile Baggett. with each member's telling the Mr. and Mrs. .Elgin Dixon, Oscecla, n. son, ll pounds, lour- ounces. - -Born to Mr. and Mrs., Henderson Marlor, Dell, a daughter, eight, pounds, six ounces." Mrs.;o. E. Moore, Armorel, dis- inissed. ; : , Memphis Baptist Hospital .Mrs. W. D. Blaylock, Blytheville, admitted. Mrs. R. W. .Waymirc, 'Carulhers- vlllc, admitted. . Mrs...Margaret Walker, Blytheville, admitted. • . Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Claude Thomasson, Caruth- crsville,. admitted. PHOI IXi 1-1 sn.n DOUBLE V1TA-9LOOM PROCESSED TOR LONG WEA» ii improveanent her yard. she was ranking in A report, on the dinner served recently at the Legion Hut was made by Mrs. Payne and one from the treasurer made by Mrs. R. 'E. Stringer. Mrs. Burks.' told of the special price on garden seeds which had been offered the club Powerful The average lightning flash has about 500 times as much horsepower as al\. of America's automobiles put together, according to estimates. FOR HEAD COLDS CONNIE- CREATIONS and PARIS FASHION SHOES NOW ,ON DISPLAY , SEE OUR WINDOWS Watch Our Advertising in This Paper for the .Next Few Days. , ZELLNER SLIPPER SHOP Across from • 1st Naif. Bank Phone 270 New Vnaer-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not rot dresses, docs .,. not irritate skin.... •;:2 v No waiting to dry. Can beuscd right after shaving. 3. Instantly stopS perspiration - for 1 co 3 days. Removes o3or ^ from perspiration. 4. Apure,whice,greaseless,stain- Icss vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Try a jar toda v l ARRID )/i . Al Jill Mores c^Ilin" toilcl coi»d» 'P. a J- r (,.!»', in JO^ andsyji j,Tr M •.. rush out dogging miseries —rush in vitalizing healing air. members. Mrs. G. P. Scnipfi and Mrs. B. E. Stringer wore appointed to purchase draperies Lor the windows of the remodeled and redecorated club which will soon be completed.- Mrs. E. A. Craig exhibited a luncheon .set made of .siuav sacks and Mrs. Iris Bingham. a punch work table runner. During the social hour, the hostesses served individual cherry pics j topped with whipped cream and j coffee. The next meeting will bo Wednesday. Feb. 28. at the' clubhouse: The Sue?, Canal has no. locks. To handle a head cold3 r ou'vc got to have c n o u g h air. Nose must be open ro let refreshing, pep- giving, healing air get in. And just 2 drops Pcnctro Nose Drops will instantly start you on rhc "open- nose" way our of cold-scuffed misery. Used in early stages Pcnccro Nose Drops' famous 2-drop method helps prc- vctu many colds from developing. 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