The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1941 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COtmiER NEWS , FEBRUARY 2G, 1041 Social Calendar Thanks, Mr. Scientist THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R- A .Greenway entertaining Deli Bridge Club. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mis. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. Barry Finklea entertaining Y M. B. Club. . Miss Mary Eunice Layson having Cee-Que Bridge Club. . . Mrs. John F. Lenti entertaining Thursday Contract glub.. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Everett B. Gee Mrs. J. J. Bryant having Thun> day Dessert Club. Mrs. Eddie Reynold entertaimn e Thursday Aftetnon Club. jytid-Weeb. Bridge Club meeUn^ with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Russell Barham having Thursday Bridge Club. r'lvu^fti o c-vfcJNTS World Day of .Prayer being observed with program at Hist .Christian Chu.ch, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Von C. Mullins entertaining C. B, C. Club. Mrs. W. C. Colston having Jolly Eight Club.. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of Umver- K sity. Women, meeting 12:30 o'cloct at Hotel Noble. Flan Cemetery Work Eleven memoers of the Maple Grove Cemecery met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. G. Saliba to plan their work for the spring- The group renewed activity to clean 'the cemetery before summer and especially to repair the damage, wrought by a recent fire of unknown origin. . Mrs. Saliba, assisted by her daughters, served refreshments in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. & ^ /*£* " tWW> .X ;^v v ^ < X> ^ X ^ jjj^y <. f ^^ » Mf^. f '• ' it-H s c ru&'« ti ^ Has Bunco CUib Members of the Tuesday Bunco club and one guest. Mrs. Sam Sykes, were entertained fit the home of Mrs. R. P. Lane Tuesday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs." W/ B. Nally UT of the chemist's test-tube came this dramatic evening frock— for it's made of a new slit cellulose film yarn. The yarn is handknit to form a "fabric" that has a gem-like glitter and sparkle, particularly striking in the contrast of black and white used here. The skirt has a becoming front fullness, high round neckline and short cap sleeves. The jacket is double-knit, '. with an over^Vl stitch belt v <^ giving an elastic effect. Designed by Madeleine Leyda. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Clark 6f Steele who is a sophomore at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro ,was honored last week by the college R.O.T.C. organization by being chosen as their battalion sponsor. She received the same honor when a freshman. • *• * Lawrence German and Clarence Funderburk accompanied the Rev. W. M. Duncan "to the Memphis Methodist hospital, yesterday where lie was given treatment and later returned home. Miss Reba Dennis left Monday /or several days visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert Coopevider ana lamily of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper vis- Even Shirley Goes for the Uniform ancl -family came- Saturday from iteci Mr. and Mrs. 'tenner i-ius$d. Memphis to reside at 119 Kentucky O f near Jackson, Tenn. Sunday, avenue."Mr. Wright ha.s been tram- Misses Isoble Forbus nnd i^ora fcrred here by Morrell Packinu Mae Davison of Hayti visited Mrs. Company. C. L. Garner of Cooler yesierday. Mrs. J. L. Thompson Si 1 ., of Mom- Raycorn Overturf of St. Louis phis, visited relatives vind friends and Mrs. Leonard Cassidy and son here Friday and Saturday. \ of Crowder spent last weejc euu. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Phillips, of here with their parents, Mr. and St. Louis, retvirned home today Mrs. A. J. Cverturf and other rela- aficr having been the overnight tivcs. gi'e.st.s of Mr. Phillips' mother, Mrs. j — C. H. Phillips. They -Also visited Mr?;. Wendell Phillips and family, i Oscar Fcndler has returned from ' a weeks' vacation spent in Boston, Washington and New York. Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and son, Billy, have returned from Chicago where they were called Will Be Held At Lutheran Church Special services in commemora- in Conway visiting friends. - •; A Founders Day program in the form of a playlet "ReminisceiiQS" directed by Miss Irene Barnwell will be presented by Mrs. Sam s Y4\| Anderson, Mrs. Elizabeth Hendef' son, Mrs. Martha Moore, and Mrs. A. L. Holland at the council meeting of the Parent Teacher Association, to be given in the High School .Auditorium Monday night. A short business session will '02 held after which a social hour and refreshments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stan rod are visiting in Van Buren with relatives. The High School Home Economic Club and their sponsor, Mi?s Lucille Gray, will entertain the Dye.ss chapter F. F. A. boys, and their sponsor, J. S. Olive, at a supoer party in the Home Economics building. Mr. and Mrs. R. R- Holland and] daughters, Geraldine and Lola) Alice, and Mr. and Mrs. Mat Creager spent the week end in Crcssett and. Hamburg, visiting rel-[ atives and friends. The Methodist. Women's So-ietyl of Christian Service will meet Fri-| clay afternoon for their Day , Prayer program at the home •the President, Mrs. Clarence Drew-l ery. The devotional will be in| charge of Mrs. John Carter. proved. Mrs. C. C. Henderson of Bells. Tenn., will return home the latter part of the week after having spent a few days here with her son, Doyle Henderson, and family. Mrs. Harold Fink of Monroe, L;i.. came Tuesday night for an idefi- nite visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Coulter. She will join Mr. Fjnk in Lake Charles, La.. after he ha.s opened his new establishment in that city. Mrs. Harry Kirby. who recently Sixth and Walnut Streets, each Shirley Temple proved that girls of all ages go lor. a handsome Wednesday at 7:30 p_.m., beginning . oldicr in uniform when, as guest of honor at California Military today, Ash Wednesday. In the Acadcmy ball in L os Angeles, she stepped out smiling to dance with Lutheran Church, according to the % pastor, the Rev. H. J. Kleindienst, this pre-Easter season is known as Passiontide because the church Iras arranged for an intensive study of the Passion of our Lord. The practice of fasting during Lent is not observed among Lutherans; it is chiefly a time of penitence and prayer. Each week one of the characters in the Pas- school's best-looking cadet, Sergeant Thomas Spear. Still dimpled at 12, Shirley is currently making a "comeback" in the movies. underwent an operation at, Mem-1 ston of our Lord will be discussed. 1 Tomorrow night the local pastor decorations was noticeable in the shamrock placecards. the dessert and the gift packages. Following;, dinner, bridge was played. Among the club members Mrs. Russell Bowen received the for high and Mrs. George Shamlin for second high score, A--dessert course with hot cho.o- Brickey late was. served at the conclusion I ^^ - ^ m ^ ^ yisi _ of the games. , I tors'' prizes went to Mrs. Hudson among the women and Mr. Cherry among the men. Mr. Pigg was presented low score prize. New Orleans Deb Rules Mardi Gras 'AH CUib Members • Attend Bridge Tarty All the members of the Tuesday Afternoon cliib attended the party given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Has Club Party -"7- .- . ._. , . „ v,_ MO i Jonquils were used in the center Carlton Smith 'Jr., at hci home chamblin's luncheon iced drinks were served dxum i\^ afternoon when she the garner in which Mrs• Meyer I ^ Tuesday Bridge Club Graber was high and Mrs. F. Don "- t .Smith-second high scorer. |.» '^ Edgar Boninii Mrs . w . j. »« ,u^ » v r; o» I Pollard and Mrs. O. W. McCut- •sss^rs.* a*, i,.^ b" piayeti wiih uie ciub mem - Carol Ann Crooks, daughter of Mr. games which fbllowcd - - - , T-I-J iVlC and-Mrs.. James G Crootai. cele- L M rs."Borum was high and br^c uer iirso birthday with a Q second high party at her home. • From 2:30 until 4:00 o'clock, ' scoiei games were played and pictures . . made. Balloons were given as Class Has Mcctm_ f Fifteen members of the Adult MV e ' rrnoics - B-sisted 1 bv Mrs pyom«»n's- Class- of the, Mission S - H Jon esR "crved ice ci^am Chapter of the First Baptist Church and cake after which the'gifts vere »net in the home ot Mrs. Ben Har._ , - rison Sunday afternoon. open ' ' Mrs. C. E. Parks presided over &vn rii«f« «f rinh ' I tne meeliiig- wlitcli' was attended " J P Mend, and Ms. U^ the teacher. Mrj He™™ T „' *-., Tnr ft « «.««» rrnpcfc of Walpolc, and one guest, Mrs. Rich^ SH V. G C HoSnd TuesSfatt^ 1 •* *»<«»*. The tatter. .Ho »« '-noon when she was hostess for the 'Tuesday Contract ojub party. A scheme indicative of St. Patrick's day was carried oiit being emphasized in the tallies, salad plate and gift package. Mrs., A. G. Hall was high scorer and Mrs. W. W. Shaver, second high. Celebrates Birthday A. G. Shibley Jr. celebrated his llth birthday Monday afternoon with a party at his home. The-15 guests played bingo and other games during the afternoon. After the games, refreshments of ice cream -and cake were served. Balloons were given as favors. chairman of the menu committee for'the Workers''Council supper at the First Baptist church Tues Uj night-,' met. with her .committee which was composed of members of this cln.ss. Mrs. Harrison was elected personal service chairman .chirms: the busmen .session. Mrs. Robertson gave the owning prayer and Mis Joyce Crocker dismissed the yrourj with prayer. Air Recruits Will Be Examined Here Thursday An unlimited number of open- \gs- are available in' the United 1p Entertains for Club f < lt <* ' A ™"' Air Cor l», <"«! Scvfit. A partv'TOs Riven Tuesday nlsht 1 J -.., H - ^on«-s rcmnUnp officer, for members of the Double G club I Wl11 be. here «n cuiy ^uirsa.y to and two guests, Mrs. Charles G. examine amtauUs andtuke enl, ? t- phis Baptist hospital was removed to her home Monday. G. G. Saliba is quite ill at his home on Vine street, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pickrcn are in Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Pickren is undergoing observation at Mayo clinic. Miss Nannie CUirke Smith has returned from a. two weeks' vacation spent in ' New York. While there .she attended rehearsals ol the New York High School Festival Chorus and took special work under the Chorus' director, Peter J. Wilhousky, nnd Bernard Taylor, teacher of voice in the Jnilliard School of Music. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, who has been ill for the past seven weeks, is now able to be out. Mrs. B. A. Lynch has gone to Newport and Searcy where she will visit- for a week. At Newport, she will bo the guest, of her brother. L. P. Mann, and in' Searcy her sister, Mrs. R. E. Garlinston. " ' FESTil ILL HEPIIM5 J.UIUUL1UW iUtJi.ll! I/IH- 1UOCV1 JVtlOLUl ^t'J] will speak on "Judas: The Hypo- (}[(j [-oik Dances Will critc and Christ," A special Lenten meditation will tiire School PrcK'vam Al also be broadcast over KLCN each r\ i_| n f. ' ] av Wednesday afternoon from 2:30- Uly flail I llCia\ are in charge of the folk dances. The program of dances, all in co^nme. is as follows: Denmark, "Weaving- the Wad- mar'; Italy. "O Sole Mio": Ireland, "Kerry Dance"; Early American, -Little Log . Cabin in the Lane"; Sapin. "El Manton Manila"; Gypsy dunces including Two Guitars, "Ace OL from based on songs of Southern Europe including "Two Guitars. Ace of Diamonds", "Cscbogar" and ••Komru'inskaia". 3:00 p.m. "The Price of Redemption" will be the general topic that will be discussed. "The Price of Humility" will be the subject for f. Mrs. H. J- Kliendienst Though customs are tumbling in a changing' Europe, students of local elementary schools and junior high school will revive legendary IQlllUllUW. IVAl.-l. Ii. vl • Avutiiuii-iiou ° . . r it 1 ;.-, will furnish the musical numbers. | characteristics of these people, n "A cordial invitation is extended a folk dance _ festival at the cm to all to worship with us in these auditorium Pnoay nign . services," the pastor announced More than loO student* will lak, £,<.»»iv.ta, i ^ t .^ ^^^ progr?m W h R ;h ts bC- today. »! World Day Of Prayer To Be Observed Friday As churches throughout the world Steele : Cooter Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. W. R- Den.ner ol Brinkley. were week end guests • of their daughter, Mrs. John Carter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Webb of E?ypt, and Mr- and Mrs. Ben Noblin of Alicia, Ark., were Sunday guests , in the W. H. Noblin home. ing arranged to create interest in j Mrs Lorene Ec j en and children, the folk dance. The program i.s_an Tommy ^nd- Eve. returned home outgrowth of classroom work, being Monday from Wynne, where they •a part of the music courses of the j j iad v f s jt e d her parents, Mr: and Mrs. T. V. Nash. schools. Assistin the folk dancing groups will be the kiddy band from Lange A pot luck supper will be held by the Baptist Women's Missionar AS cniucnes UUUU^UUUL mu wunui »•" ~~ — * _,---- - -— - _, „..., ~.. x ioin tcrethcv "Friday for a observ- I .school under the direction ot Miss .society Tuesday night, at the home incc of"the World's* Day of Prayer. I Elizabeth Halstcad and the tonelte of Mrs.-Walter Matlock. The-Bible HIO lor'il "Toun will form a link, in band fvum Sudbury school which 5 tudy will be under the leadership Uli.. iuvi t, v ij _ .... . . , _ •, .... ->.T: -V.T.,,.^, ,,n,-!f,k . r , - t'tr m T_r«lt^,»^ TV/Tft- 7\/7nr! Mrs. Little Honored At Parly -Mrs. Lawrence Little, who was , before her recent marriage Miss Lorene Rushing, was guest of honor at.vi miscellaneous shower Monday glit at the home of Mrs. Marcus mbaugh. the affair beinu a sur- isc for the guest of honor. The jucsts. included members of Mrs. mbaugh's bridge club ol" Cooter id Mrs. Robert Rushing. Mrs. ack Wimp and Miss Lois Tipton Cooter. Mrs. A. W. Jordan and Irs. McKinney of Steele. The higli score award at bridge •ent. to.Mrs. Carl Hughes, second igh to Mrs. Ralph Rushing and riclgo award to Mrs. McKinney. that chain of prayer as they meet at Uic First. Christian Church at U:30. o'clock Co ra special program. "Thy Kingdom Come" is to be the theme of the program which will be led by Mrs. Edith McCool. The World Day of Prayer is an outgrowth of w day of prayer held by o group of Presbyterian women in this country in 1887. In 1920. the observance had spread, to Canada and in 1927 it became workl wide. Fifty different countries joined in the observance in 193(5. i.s directed by Miss Sitoz. Miss Mary- Emma Marguerite O f .Mrs. w. E. Hal torn. Mrs. Merl j Palcnski is President ol the 'Union. . „ „ Hood. Miss ! Mrs. J. R. Hines, Home Manage- and Graham Wright ment Supervisor, spent-the weekend NEW WAY OUR SERVICE MAKES YOUR SHOES "LIKE NEW" AGAIN . * . mnd »«Tt» you money 1 Wo do not fool yon with "cut price*," but ve rf" liavo • price to fit your purs*- Co it depc«d» on <|u«lily of serrlce and lutterlal you select. Let*p pho^» you vlij- you tfaould ttj it. Invisible Half-Soling CALL 120 FOR FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY QUALITY SHOE SHOP T. E. Halter, Owner Relieve misery as 3 out of 5 mothers do. Rub tnroati cncst - back wita OF BATTERY COST AND CURRENT DRAIN! 1941 PHILCO FARM RADIO VICKS VAPORU3 Oil/ WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY fMl^^ ^ • Young: Matrons >^ii Members of the Youni: Matrons Bridge club of Steele and several guests'were entertained at a party at the home of Mrs. Tommy Frakes Wednesday afternoon. The guests werp Mrs. A. D. Abrrnathy. Mrs. R,alph Hall. Mrs. Harbcrt Hudgcns. The high scorn sward wont to Mrs. Hud'gens, .second high to Mrs Marsh ell Cameron urn! bridgo award went to Mrs. Mu.schcU Ham- ^^r r -'ii 'I tickart CARLSON rictK MATURE YOUN& Moreheaci and Miss Patty Shane, men ts. For queen of the 1941 Mardi j Gras, New Orleans has selected, j os is its custom, one of its many • beautiful, socially-prominent t ciaughtc-rs, Debutante Dclphinc ; L MrsTnv\nRUchi« e ^nd floor ct the ctiv Hall. Anv \ Clark, above She is a dcscend- .n^r^ncrs I y«»"S men between the aucs of ant of an early French governor ana Mi% Fiances ]^ 0 ,.» ..„„„,,. - ! o f the - Louisiana province. • bv Miss Nancy Kirshner at her i Swecanl Stnrnw will ,mvene.re home at f) a.m. to begin work at the Spring tallies were used [or the I officc . °,[ Dra ! 1 Bo: 'l d A ._ on liu games in which Francis was high and >.,..>; 4 .«.,^,^ , ^_ . Little, second high .scorer. j 18 ' 3 ° ™W *W*Iced drinks were served during) A WJ llc ^ s miist hnvc t ;1 m ^ h the games which were followed) sc "°° 1 ^P' 01 ""- lr -' llvc ' 0(:t ll " 1 ; with a dessert course. |° ^"^ ho:inh :inci "™* - m °™\ ..-/ . , . character, nius! br Mnijle ana Is Hostess to c;iwb I without Orpruiirnu,. anu.'musl. be Mrs. Boyle,Henderson wws host-| cltucns o: ll ' c Uiulcd t:ia '°'' ess' to members ol the i ucsday I club and tv;o gueste, Mrs. Charles ; L. Wylic and Mrs. Loy Welch, for \ a'party at her home Tuesday after- | noon. ; A salad plate was served at the | conclusion" of - the game.s in which iMr.s. Gus COOJMT If. Mrs. Ous Cooper members of her bviclur. club Cootcr ami two gxu-.sts. Mi>. Cavo lyn Armstrong and Mr, 1 -. Alma j | Copelsmd Tuesday evcjuiu; \ The high score award went to Mrs. Jim Miller and so-ond high to Mrs. CopcUvmU Also raramount News & Marcb of Time Continuous Show livery Day ISo.vofficc open 1:*5 to 0:?.0 ho&t^s.S' to i Bargain Matinees lOc & 20c to Yours for Only &$* 6:0(1 p.m. LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.tn.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.n>- i>Iar>- Clark Honored Miss Man.' Dccvno Clori:. At The Hospitals Wall? Alice Waikin:-. 8'.celr. admtUct!. Mrs. Joe G, Trieschmann was high {•corer'and. Mrs..Max B. Reid, -second high scorer. Carncll \V\-.cclcr. Luxora. ad,milted. Alva Mrs. Jolitf. Manila. tlisir.i.HM'd. tf. D. I>rriosl. T.uxorn, ois- Coca Cola Employes Are Given Banquet Last Night i Coca-Cola BotUins Company! i employ^ from Caruthcrsvillc. Os-, jccoto'nnd Biythcvillc, their. Avive.s j rr c^ales were entcrtaiiu'd at a i tanquet piven by Mr. raid Mrs. J.j A. Leech at the Hotel in the Blue! Ijocm of the Hotel Noble lust j Sponsored l>y the Home 1 onstration Clubj; of North ConnIv Phone Rift 224 Phone Roxy 333 BINGO PARTY LAST TIMES TODAY BAKGA1N XIGHTS 10c & '> Clnb . Grccm Members of the Luxora.«O6ceoia and: 10 guests were en t^rtained at a party given Tuebday iiigtit by Mr. and Mrs. Roland Otcqi at their home in this city- cfiU were Dr. ;ind Mv&. " J. L. PlunkeU, city, Miss Margie Merrill, city, ad- initteti. F. fe. night. Hcri and yrllo\v. Cocn-Colu colors, u-ere c;irried out. in the bou- ([uels o! rcO (.-.irnnlions nnd yellow •a<-;vm oi\ thr l.nuiq>irt table. Miniature carlouf- ot CwiJ-CoSo? wore used as placecards. The women \vere presented .. ^ uis, Kickman. admittea. nias J?. Hudson of Luxora, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of O-sceola. Mr. and ."W. D.^ McClurkin. Mr. and .- Cecil iShaiw -and. Mr- and tnc banouct, the llifctory O f the carbonated bev- • Etnyt Simmons, city, ad- erage industry and on the route i<»b v,'< v rr Wed., Fob. 26th 8:00 P.^l. ;jt the LEGION HUT Also ONiedy upcn nu'sscd. (.'.:isk.i)1, Citv. (llV" Methodist UospUal Chrislinc DcLnnccy. Osccoln. ad- MANY J-AKM (^IVKN AS THUKS- & l r RI- ort BARGAIN MGHTS 10c & 2Dc Great Mr. Nobody vnth Kddic Albert, -loan Leslie, Alan Hale & John Lite! Influeiice ol St. Patrick on the - SI/ Joseph's Maxine Bell, Hayti, admitted- 1 Records show thai in 193!) in- i Mnictional llynift—both ciunl :inU Isoto-— • totaled 702.957 hourb \villi 156,236,560 miles flown. and o^tl Set IONG-UF.E BATTERY BLOCK almost doubles the capacity at >3EW LOW-DRAIN TUBES ; ; 7 cut current drain tv,'0-thir<is. NEW HIGH.OUTPUT SPEAKER tone. cives clearer, ..more O NHW f SPEClXUY-DESlGNED FARM RADIO CIRCUIT . . . brings in more Rations. TERMS FINER TONE and AMAZING PERFORMANCE! 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