The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 1, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's. Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal.. Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with, Mrs. L. H, McLaren. Woman's 'Society; of .Christian Service,'" Lake Street Methodist Church,' meeting 2:30 o'clock at the church. : Woman's Society ol Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at the church. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist- Church, meeting 2:30 'o'clock at the- church. Mission Study group. Woman's Council, First Christian Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. V. O. Miller. Executive Board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presyterian Church, meetins 1:00 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts group meet- Ju? 9:30 a. m., at PutTic Library Wesleyan Service Guild, First Methodist Church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at the church. Chepter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Rile? B. Jones. Miss Marj- ssain Usrey enter- ta?n<ng Double G Bridge Club. Mrs. John C. McHaney Jiavln? Tuesday Contract Club. Tuesday Bunco Club meetinc with Mrs. C. T. Ehamlhi Jr. Mrs. F. Don Smith entertaining Tuesday Afternoon Club. ! Mrs. Dixie Crawford having Tuesday club. Tuesday Bridfe Club meetint with Mrs. Fred ChPd. Woman's Missionary Union. Firs' Chvrr.h, meeting 2:30 at church. j^mHWEDNESDAY'S EVENTS !fj|^§tprhoodofTemr]e Israel meet- fe,toi£i*.nn o'clock with Mrs. Herman clay and Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson will be in charge of the program Monday, Mrs. H. H. Brooks on Tuesday, anci Mrs- Walter Bishop on Wednesday. « • * Daughter Horn A daughter was born 10 Mr. ;md Mr«. W. Leon Smith Friday afternoon at Walls hospital. The baby who weighed .sovon and tbrro founks pounds has not yet been named. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Jamie Nichols, » » * Entertains Club Mrs. W. C, Colston omerlainec! members of the JolV Eight Club and one guwt, Mrs. j. j. Saliba Jr.. for a party at her homo Friday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs. W. H. Bradberry for high score. Mrs. Houston Caudle for low score and Mrs. Harold Andersen for bunco. A salad plate with iced clrjnks was served alter the games. * * V St. Patrick's Day Is Theme of Party St. Patrick's Day provided the theme of the decorations for the party given at the. home ol Mrs. Von C- Mullins Friday atUrnoon when she entertained C. B. C. club members and five iuesus. Guests were Mrs. Carl Bean, Mrs. J. D, Smith, Mrs. Homer Smith, Mrs. Fred Bean and Mrs, O. O. Elkins- In the games, high score prize went to Mrs. Tera Turner and second high to Mrs. Recce Moore Table decorations, tallies and the salad course served at the conclusion of the games bore the shamrock design and were in the green motif. Jamison, who has been ill but is how improving. Her son, Jack Wilson Jr.. and Mrs. Wilson, of Li ale Ro:k, will motor her home and remain for the week end. |pi|«||^p:bury Parent Teacher Asso- ^f^*?j^>n meetinor 3:00 o'clock at the k"- 1 *"-"*'^ 1 preceded by executive board ^sjcuBTCUJii? 2:30 o'clock. t£ifil!!^oman's Missionary Union, First Igilfcfctist Church, meeting 2:30 '" k at church. j. Norvcl Humphry entertain||'Wednesday Afternoon Buncc r Ciiib. Mrs James B. Clark having Town and Country Club. ADC Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin entertaining Delta Contract Club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard having Wed- ...^nesday Bridge Club. '""" EVENTS Pil^Tabernacle, meeting with Mrs, is King, 1:30 o'clock. s, Randolph Smitli entertain- Afternoon club. B. F. Potter enteitaininj? Is Four Bridge Club. f^SCJee-Que Bridge Club meeting with Miss Frances Ho'land. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister entsr- taining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon Club. Mid-Week Bridge Club mcetim with Mrs. A. Conway. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson entertaining Thursday Dessert Club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Thursday Bridge Club. Y. M. B. Club meeting with Mrs. W. T. Burns. Y. W. M. S., First Church of the Nezarene, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Andrew Lee Mayo. Club 28 having dance, 9:00 o'clock, at Woman's Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Houston Caudle entertain- ins Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. Reece Moore having C. B. C- Club. Mrs. Eddie Regenold entertaining Bi-Monthly Luncheon Club. Has Party At Rustic The weekly party of the Thursday Afternoon club was given at the Rustic Inn this week when Mrs. Eddie Regenold was hostess. Refreshments were served during the games in which Mrs. Rei> enold was high and Mrs. Roscoe Bits of News Mostly Personals Msision Board To Meet Mississippi County Mission Board will nieei. Friday at 9:00 o'clock at t,he Second Baptist Churrh, 18! \\ and West, Main street, according to announcement made today by the Rev. H. Grwim, pastor of the church. The meeting will be an all day aifnlr, and lunch will be served at noon. At The Hospitals IW.vtJicvillc Hospital Ray Larkin, city, admitted. Ernest Glenn, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mnrie Hoover, city, admitted. ..Tom Walls, city, admitted Denise Dickey, Pa.-;adenu, Cal., admit tod. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, n daughter, weight seven pounds, 12 ounces. Mrs. John Thomas, Manila, admitted. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, city, dismissed. Memphis method 1st Hospital Poarline Dftf^ncey. Osceola, admitted. Mrs. E. A. Potter, Luxora, admitted. Memphis K:ij>lisl UosniUil Everett Brown, Osceoln, admitted. Read Courier News want arts Mrs. F. L. Husbands returned Friday from New Orleans where she had attended the Mardi Gras festivities and HaiUesburg, Miss., where she visited her mother, Mrs. Laura Young;. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson are in Marianna today. Mr. Patterson will conduct the funeral of J. R. Felton of that city before they return tonight. Mrs, Jake Huffman, Miss Luna B. Wiihefm and Miss Virginia Huffman were in Paris. Tenn.. Thursday and Friday for the funeral of John Faust,, formerly of this city. Mrs. B. F. Potter and Mrs. Eddie B. David will .spend this afternoon in Memphis. The Rev. E. B. Williams will return today from Fort Smith where he has been teaching a class in a training school at- Gocldard Mem- | </ crial Church this week. j § Charles Perry is ill of influenza ' '' at. his home, having been confined for a week. j Miss Mablo Hogun and Miss > Mable Jo Wilson returned Friday from Memphis where Miss Wilson underwent observation ;u a clinic. Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson of Rosnmnrk, Tcnn.. will bo the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, who recently underwent, a major operation at. Walls hospital, has been rr moved to her home *U 1400 Wrst Ash street. She is much improved but. will be confined to her bnd for a few days yet. J. B. Husbands, a student at Arkansas Stole College, .it Jonr^ooro. Ls spending the week end here with his parents. Dr, «rul Mrs. F. L. Husband:;. Charles G. Morehead -,,nd T. C. SATURDAY Legion of Lawless with GEORGE O'BRIEN Also cartoon £ serial "Winners of the West" Continuous show SUNDAY AND MONDAY ^TOGETHER TOR THE FIRST TIME 1G A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Also Paramount News <t Comedy Continuous Show Sunday Hut-gain Matinee Montiny Iflo. * 20e ^ BoxolTtce open 1:45 to 3:30 N'ipht show boxofficc open j>:30 LISTEN TO SLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. Phone Kitz 224 Phone Koxy 333 Crafton was second'high .scorer, i Wingficld. of Luxorn, air in Pnrn- * * * gouici today for :\ mer-tinc or the Are Guests Of Club Northeast. Ajkunsns Bnnr! Assorin- Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb anri! tk)n a t which plans \\-\}\ i)e made XY SATURDAY Mrs. William Corder were guests or Mrs. Ancil Webb Friday afternoon when she entertained mem- for M band festival to be held in Helnnti March 28. Thev were-- ne- compnnied );y Mrs nhurlrs Morr«.*— 4. A -V.--1 iv V.-1. i fVrfl. Low ll ICV.I 111* i U ™" . . . - 1 - - .-*.^i . t^- *-v*.:, > "'ilJ IT v» jvl L 1 1 ' bers of the Duo-Quad Bridge club lhcaci ' wh o will visit, her nunhrr, - - "" "-- '* a party at her home. Because It was the club'? first meeting In Mrs. Webb's new home en Highway 61 at Hermondaic. the members presented their hostess with a gift. ' ' " Mrs. S. K. Garrett \vas high ^'-over and Mrs. T. L. Henton. second high amonc the club members, and :Mrs. William Corder *as hi»h among the guests. ^Pie and coffee were served at- the conclusion of the sames. J. T. H. Lloyd. Mrs. G. W. Dillahuntv r«nt! M''s Ferris McCalla y from been ™\\.\\ her • re? urn v. i\ere ,siio tn.t'ner. \\ H. Have Business Members of the Young Woman's I •Missionary Society of "the First' Church of the Nazarene bad V j business meeting- Thursday nuftt at I the home of Mrs. Fred Stevens ' Following the business session each member presented her final gift to her "heart, tfst'er" -vhom she has remembered. ThrouyV.oi:! the year, and a special session f;f prayer for the mcmtcrs* pr«yrr partners in t>,e Corcign n-u^^on fields wai. conducted. Other praypr;. v?ere ofirred by M'ss Dovotliv 'F?Vlee. Mrs. Fletcher Spruce and Mr:-. E<Jdie AtcGregx>r. ; During the social hour the hostess served a dessert plate. ., • . .• • » a Baptist Group to Have Prayer Week Members of . ; 'tlie Woman's Missionary Union of the- First- Baptist Church will observe the home missions week-of prayenvith-serv- ices at the church Monday, Tues- A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1B " cartoon i- serial lij:45 tn 10:00 SUNDAY & MONDAY .WITH CHESTNUT DRESSING Cream Grav LUNCH Serving .Delieious Waffles at AH Times' »nd Kay Kyier'* Btnd, (e/mting ^-'innv Siramx «• H.irrv- Bobbin Snlly M««on •> l»h K»\ •od "TR- Cc!1r K f of N , '.o-r. ComeBon ord j v. Kern Also Kox JMatinr.i 1:45 to o: n -Q Jsunday Xight BoxolTicr ••, RM , 6:30 to 3:30 Monday NfTht BoxofTk-c to Degree Work For Masons Royal Arch Masons will meet at 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic Hall Tuesday night. Degree work will be conducted at this meeting, officers who made the announcement staled. Three Osceola Men Join Army Air Corps A trio of Osceola men enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps at Jonesboro's recruiting 'station this week. Army Air Corps officials notified the Courier News today. The men are Justus H. Edrington. Jr., William M. Edrington and Lloyd C. Chiles. They will be assigned to Jefferson Barracks at Jefferson City, Mo., at the present. Officials said! openings in the Air Corps are! unlimited. i SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1941 Midway News Notesl J. E. Davis spent the weekend j with relatives in Calhoun City, Miss. Mrs. James Darnell and nephew, E. P. Williams, of Hickman, Ky., were the guests of Mrs. Darnell's sister, Mrs. E. M. McDonald Friday ana Saturday. Miss Billte Davis of Hollywood. Fhi.. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis over the weekend. Wilbur Lee and father, of Rosa, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker. Mrs. E. M. McDonald is spending this week in Hickman, Ky.. with her mother, Mrs. Annie Partlow. Robert Echols Named Student Instructor DYESS. March 1 L—Robert Echols, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Echols. has been appointed student in- jstructor in swimming and weight, ! lifting at Southeast Missouri State j Teachers college m Cape Girardeau. i Echols, a medical student in the 'college, has receives American Fled Cross certificates In advanced •swimming, senior life saving, \va- | ter safety, first aid and instructors' [course. He was employed at Sun'.set Park at Bassett last summer. N GIRLS 18 Years Of Age Or Over! YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FREE SCHOLARSHIP BEAUTY CULTURE Awarded By The GLE SCHOOL OF UTY CULTURE Blytheville, Ark, 2 ^^^l in &*± i *^ ««^ ocnoia.! s Will Be Given! One to those g^rls, 18 years or over who are, at present, Seniors in High School; Training to Begin on or Before Jane 1st One to those girls, 18 years or over, who are not in school and have had at least 2 years High School; Training to Begin on or before April 7th. "How I Would Expect To Benefit From A Course In Beauty Culture 1 * IT'S SIMPLE! IT'S FUN! IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY! r I. AM INTERESTED IN WINNING A SCHOLARSHIP IN BEAUTY CULTUKK Name St. or Kox No. City and State -Airc Schooling Now in School? ...No Yes! J would liUo t» i-ntfr the Kt-say Contest, sponsored [iy the Kaslc t?ehw>) ol' Beauty CuUnrc. t?lyth«*.. vIMc, Arkansas, nnd iUlcmpt to win one of U\e FllEK SCnO^AKSIIU'S IN RKAVTY CULT^Kfc nfTcnrd by this school I ngrp^ to ixrihi-re to tfie simplr. rules of this contnsl ;vn t j t n abide by U"' decision of the jiulgrs. Fill out and mail the entry blank at left to the Eagle School of Beauty Culture \ Klytheville. Arkfinsas THEN—Write your Essay! Contestants arc request « t | jo write Ihuir name and address on a separate .sheet of'paper and attach this ^hcet. to their Essay. Essays will be NUMliKREO and (he Contestant's name will he unknown *o the judges. All Essays Must Be Mailed To The Courier News and Must Be Received Not Later Than Mon.Mar. 24 OLES OF THIS ESSAY CONTEST: J. (onU'sinnl.x rtmsf (ill ol ,t and mini application ahovj U) the ICa^le ^rhoi)l of Reaut.y Ct 2. K^says nnl to nminin f.han ">f)o words _ not to exceed 1,500 worcte. •5- (.ontcslaut.s m»>( h»- while, US years or over, al least two years }n s h School, and in good health. 4. KJSWIVS must 1 R . received at the Courier News not Jater than Monday. March 24th. •>. Neatni-ss. >|H-llin- t firijrinulity and continuity will be considered in judging the Essays. 0. o the even! ih.-ij „„,_. {U - j.^j^ {> f ^c winners arc unable to aeeepj, this scholarship, second choice- winners will he announced. »• Ihe decision of the j^jdjces will he linaj and all Essays will remain the property of the Eagle School of Beauty Culture.

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