The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 19, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1941 Social Calendar ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Davis •. entertaining Jolly Eight Club. ' _ Sisteihood. of Temple IsrasJ meeting 7:00 o'clock, with Mrs. M Rusenstein in Qsceola. Mrs.- M. O. Usrey . entertaining M.a-Week. Bridge .club. ,., , Mrs. Charies Aliord having /Thursday Bridge club. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Thursday Desert club meeting with Mrs. B. F. Brogdon. Mrs. L. G. Nash having Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. C. W. Arttick entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract ciub meeting wiih Mrs. G. E. Keck. Mrs, frank Myers having Y.M.B. duo. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fi'ancis Jackson entertaining O. B. C. club. Uonu-act club meeting i\iiss Virginia Nunn. . - opened her gifts, refreshments of birthday cake, sandwiches and iced drinks were served. » . . Lake Slretl Group Meets Fifteen members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist church met for a business session Monday Afternoon at the church- Opening prayer wa.s offered by Mr.s. George Cre\vs. Mrs. W. L. Green, who presided over the ses- -ion, read the 34th Psalm and dismissed the group with prayer. Women Aid in Air Defense 'Altar/ Society, Church of the Im- maciuate Conception, sponsoring binio party, 8:15 o'clock., at Catholic Hall. " MUS.C Department, Woman's club, g at high school auditorium, ..3:30 o'clock. Bits of News Mostly Personals Elkins are expected to return Thursday from Nashville, Tenn., where they motored Miss Marjorie Warren, a student at VanderbiH University. Miss Warren had spent the weekend here with her parents. Mrs. Elkins is visiting her father there- Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. J. A- Leech and Mrs. C. W. Afflick .spent Tuesday j in Memphis. While there, they saw Miss Willie A. Lawson who is in ' Campbells cljnlc. *MJss Lawson,' formerly of here and now of Little Rock, is very much improved and t is planned to remove her to ittle Rock this weekend. Flays With Club Mrs. Walker; H. Baker- played cards with members of the Tuesday Bnage Cluo Tuesday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Floyd A. White. Lunch was served at the dining ta&^e wnich had a centerpiece of African violets. In the games which followed, 'Mrs;'Fred Child was high and Mrs. Bator, second high scorer. • *.'.*' f Is* Hostess to Glub Mrs. Meyer Graber was hostess to members of the Tuesday After - -noon club and one guest, Mrs. ;F^E.-"Utley v for a party at her home Tuesday afternoon. , ^Refreshments were served after '- the games in which Mrs. P. Don , Smith was high and Mrs. T. J. f Hanari, second high scorer. Miss Charline M<issey, a«iu 0r .ner of Dr. and Mrs. L. D- Massey, of Osceola, \vi!S serve as a page at the Arkansas Congress Daughters of the American Revolution at aheir convention in Pine Bluff Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. John W. Bdrington, of Osceola, regent of the William Strong cnapter composed of women in South Mississippi and Crittenden counties, announced her appointment. Mr.s. Clarence While of Marks, Miss., arrived Tuesday to spend several days here with her sister, Mrs. Clarence E. White, and Mr. White. John M? Murray, who lias been connected with Phillips Motor Company, left Mils morning for West- Memphis where he will be connected with Johnson Ford Motor Company a.s nssisUxnt service manager. Mrs. Murray will join him there later. Airs. A. C. Huley Is able- to be up An Osceola high school sopho- after having been confined to bee more, Miss Massey will also represent the Beta club of the high ^chool at their state convention in Little Rock ITT April. She is active in the Osceola Junior Progressive ciub and has spent the past two summers at Camp Dixie at Clayton, Ga. the local chapter of the American Red Cross. Refreshments were served in the form of a tea. The hostess then gave a donation to the organ fund of the church. Re-elect Officers Present officers of the Zctn Entertains Club Mrs. Max B. Reid entertained members 01 the Tuesday Club and "one guest, Mrs. W, D. Wood, for a party at her home Tuesday afternoon. A salad plate was - served after the games irr-which Mrs. Jesse M Taylor was high and Mrs- Joe G. Tries chmann, second high scorer. *:_*.'* Study .Architecture • Mrs.-CX H. wro tenv'chairman ol the grqgram, led'a discussion-on "Functional' Architecture" at the meeting of the Delphian, Fine Ar:^ group N Tuesday the public norary. On-her program, she gave a dis-- ciisEicn -based on Frank Lloyc Wright's "The First 'Modern Master of Architecture." She was. assisted', by Dr. Ednie : Nies,' who talked on "Twentieth Century Architecture 1 ' and Mrs. O, W, McCutchen who exhibited pictures oi , modern honies. . * > * Have tParty for Club Miss Mary Eunice Layson and -Miss Elizaoetli Ann Wilson had a party-Tuesday night for members of tne DouoleG Bridge club ana Mrs. Charles G. MoreUead at the WUscn-home- .:.. . A red, wnite and blue color , scheme was carried out in the flag tallies, and.the dessert course of- cherry tarts served with- blue , ^mints'. Washington's, birthday wai ~ indicated in the hatchet which \vas ;burisd in each tart. ' < Prizes went to Miss Mary Spain Miss Moore Is Weci To Van C. Elliott Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma were re-elected Saturday at a meeting in the Rose room of the Hotel Noble Saturday when the group had a commemoration service for the national founders. Officers re-elected at this the final meeting" of the organization's I .irst year were: Miss Irene Mor- president; Mrs. C. L. Moure of Osceoln," vice president; Mrs- R. L. Houck of Luxora, second vice president; Mrs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett, recording secretary; Miss LiliiaiC^B.arlpi^ oiL JGriesboro,. cor- responflmg "/secretary; Miss Cecil Cassidy, treasurer; Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, parliamentarian. ' Plans were made for attending the state convention at Pine Bluff on April 11 and 12, and the April .neeting of Zeta chapter WAS postponed until April ML The presi- and vice president were ilected as delegates to the contrition. Miss Christine Poindexter, of Dsceola, was appointed to collect articles for the while elephant sale .it the state convention. Miss Wil- .ielm will collect from Blytheville .nembers and send to Miss Poin- .iextcr. Lunch was served in the Blue Room where a candle lighting .srvJce was held in honor of the 12 founders of the original chapte: jf Delta Kappa Gamma. Mrs. Moore was program chairman for the meeting- Mrs. assisted. » * <k Daughter TJorn A daughter was born to Mr. and because of a sinus infection. She is now much "better. Mrs. T. H. Lloyd, of Paragould has returned home after spending a week here with her daughter Mrs. Charles G. Morhead, and Mr Morehead- Mrs. Morehead motoreo. her home Tuesday. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Mrs. J. Farris McCalla. accompanied by Mrs. R. C. DCIIL, of Caruthers- vhie, spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. C- Lee, of Dyersburg, spent Tuesday and last night here with relatives. MJ-.S. W. P. Brewer returned this morning from Enid, Old a., where she had spent three weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. G. Kiebler. ' Dick Tip ton has returned .from Lovefield, Tex., where he speru two week^s with his brother, Lieut- Jimmy Tipton, who is stationed there. Mrs. W. B- Hunter of Long Beach, Calif., who has been visit- ng her daughter, Mrs. Everett B Jee, has gone to Memphis to visit nother daughter. Mrs. Gee moored her there Monday. The condition of Mrs. R. E. Isle- icart, who is seriously ill at Walls lospital, appears to be slightly im- Droved' toany. Her mother, Mrs. S. A. Walden and brother, Don ATalden, of Gadsden, Ala., and her sister, Mrs. Cecil Jones, of Helena, R, Feb. 19.— The wedding of Miss Helen Carolyn Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. : Moore, of this city, and Van C.| Elliott,. Ben of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Elliott, of Water Valley, Miss., was! solemnized Sunday morning at 0:00 o'clock at the First Methodist church. Tlie Rev. J. W. Watson solemnized the single ring ceremony. • For the ceremony, the bride were a two piece costume suit of Alice b}ue with navy blue accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of Sweetheart roses. An ' informal reception at the 'ic me of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott left on a wedding trip to v New Orleans and Southern points* Upon their return, they will be at home In Osceola. The bride was a graduate of Kei- ;er high school and attended Arkansas State Teachers College at Ccmvay. Mr. Elliott, who was graduated from Water Valley high school, has been connected with Anderson-Clayton Cotton Company for the past several years. by Jlrmnle Laney and Eddie Banks, and trumpet trio made up of Billie Driver, W. R. Holifield and Jimmie Hale Carlisle. Aliss PJavia Driver will accompany. An interesting feature of the concert is the first appearance of the 40-piece Symphonet Orchestra composed of pupils from the fourth and fifth grades of- the Osceola Elementary School. Osceola Society —Personal I his birthday with -St. Valentine,. ! many of the games were in the' 1 Valentine spirit. 'Fuzes were won |by Jackie Silverfield and Tommv jCox. • - .... . 1 Red, white and blue balloons dec- ' orated the rooms. A pink ana white cake with 13 candles was arranged • in the cen:er of the table and each child's place was , marked with a pink and white | cup cake bearing a candle. Hot i chccclate and heart shaped sandwiches were served. Gay party hats were given as favors. Mrs, Lillicrap was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Effie Goetz, Mrs. . L'. E. Schooler and Miss Margaret I Rose Anderson. Gives Birthday Party Mrs. John Lillicrap entertained 30 guests Friday night for a party at her home on South Walnut street in honor of her son, John Edward, Jr., who was celebrating his 13th birthday. Since the guest of honor shaves Doing their bit for national defense. Miss Crocker Snow, left, above, and Miss Emily Saltonstall, daughter of Massachusetts' Governor, are shown in the Chelsea, Mass., information center during exercises testing efficiency of civilian spotting of "enemy bombert" 1 in New England and New York. Joins Mother After 12 Years At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Sam Matheny, Huffman, admitted. • John C. Donaldson, Steele, admitted. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, city, admit- :cd. Mrs. H. B. Lawson, Cooter, ad- .iiited. Robert James Smith, city, clis- for second high. ' Compliment Bride Mrs. -Alvin Harris, who was be- fore her recent marriage. Mix June- White, .was complimented •with a shower given by Mrs. Eddie ' Burks'., and Miss Peggy Burks at tneir "home Tuesday night. Fifteen guests took part in the games and contests. Miss LaFetra May received the prize in the contest and Mrs. -John Howard _ White, tne pnze in the bingo games. Sandwiches and iced drinks were served by the hostesses. * * * Officers Chosen Mrs. Sheldon Hall was elected president and Mrs- J. Louis Cherry, -vice president of the Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal „ Church, at a """business' meeting Monday afternoon at.the home of Mrs. Jesse-H. Webb. ;. , - ctner oLicers of the Auxiliary •were 're-elected.- They, were:- Mrs. J. D. McDowell, recording secretary; 'Mrs. E. R, Mason, correspond| J ing secretary; ;and Mrs. R-. L- Stoekett, treasurer. The new president re-appointed -Mrs. A. G. Little as program chairman, Mrs. LeRoy Kuddieston is chairman of the finance committee on which are Mrs. StockeTc and Mrs. L. H. McLaren.- Mrs -McLaren -gave the /devotional and prayers were offered by Mrs. Huddieston and Mrs. Cherry. A repo'rt was made on the work vhich' this group has done for the local chapter of the American Red Cross. T . \. * ~ * * Council Sews- - Fof;R«d Cross 'Eighteen -members of .the Wo- mari*s^CouhciI of the First Christ- Jan ; ChurcTi* met-'--at- the Ijome of v Jl^Usr.- Johri ;-C,^'McHanev-. Monday v l^afternoon to coutinu'e • sewing for te" 1 * ' ^ ^ 1% ' v y morning at 9:30 o'-clock. The baby, who weighed nine pounds and three ounces, has noi yet been named. * * * Has Birthday I'nrly Ann Elizabeth Boney celebrated her eighth birthday with a party given Tuesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Boucy at 128 East Ash street. Games were played by the 12 guests. Harold Honeyculp and Larry Ashley received prises. After the guest of honor had ire here with her. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, spent the weekend here with Mr. Lynch's parents, Mr. d Mrs. B. A- Lynch. Mrs. Lynch returned to St. Louis and Mr. Lynch Jr. went to Little Rock to attend to business this week. Mrs. Donald V. Cole of Ceniralia, Mo., has come for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworth- Among the out of town people who were here Sunday to be with the family of the late Mrs. W. R. Adams were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dillon and family, formerly of here and now of Hernanuo, Miss.; Miss Dorothy Childs, Wade Wiley and Sam Wade of Union City, Tenn.r- a nephew ,Tom Northinglon, ana a nephew, Tom Northinglon, and Mrs. Harry Klr'oy is resting very well at Memphis Baptist hospital where she umfsrweiu an operation Tuesday. Mr. Kirby has returned home after spending yesterday with her. It is expected that she will remain at the hospital until Friday. Mrs- Fred Warren and Mrs. J. H. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, city, dismissed. Blytheville Hospital Bern to • Mr. : and Mr.s. Ira Crawford, city, ,a daughter, nine pounds three',.-Bounces.'•' Mrs. O. H.- Duffy, Pnscola, Mo. admitted. Willis Barr, Kansas City, Kans. dismissed. Mrs. R. E. Mead, Dyess. dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mr.s. P. E. Howell, Manila, admitted. Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Blytheville itfmitted. Mrs. D, N. Morris, Wilson, admitted. Memphis McLcmorc Clinic Albert Williams, Joiner, admitted. (L&Caudili Agency Insurance OF ALL KINDS 1'hime "07 3C6 N. Broadway THEY'RE HERE! WARDS 194! Second Of Series Will Be } P r e s e n t e d At High School Thursday Night OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 19.—The second in the series of band concerts given throughout the year by the Osceola School Band "under the direction of T. C. Wing- nekl will be heard at the high school tomorrow night at 7-30 o'c^ck. The personnel includes 40 students oi the high school. 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