The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1941
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .Congregation of First Christian Church, having Dutch supper, 7:00 o'clock, at Christian Kali. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting 8:00 o'clock with Airs. Herman Pollack. . Sudbury Parent -Teacher Association meeting 3:00 o'clock at tltf- school preceded by executive board meeting 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Union, Pirsi Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. Norvel Humphry entertaining Wednesday Afternoon Buncc Club. 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 Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar Society, Chnrcn or .immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, 8:00 o'clock, at Hall. Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim Tabernacle, meeting with Mrs. Markus King, 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Randolph Smith entertaining Thursday : Afternoon club. Mrs, B. F. Potter entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. Cee-Que Bridge Club meeting "with Miss. Frances Holland. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon Club. Mid-Week Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. A. Conway. •^Mrs. F. C. Clark entertaining- Thursday Dessert Club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Thurs- day Bridge Club. Y. M. B. Club meeting with Mrs. W. T. Burns. Y. W. M. S., First Church ol (.he Nazarene, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Andrew Lee Mayo. Club 28 having dance. 0:00 o'clock, at Woman's Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mi*. Theodore Logan and Mrs. H. E. BanieU entertaining Dorcas Sunday .school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at Logan* home. Ladies' Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at parsonage. Mrs. Houston Caudle enter!itin- jlng Jolly Eight Club, j Mrs. Reece Moore having C B 'C. Club. Mrs. Eddie Regenold enlertaininp Bi-Monthly Luncheon Club. Chin:i Is Theme Of Council Program "China On the March" was the subject of the program presented at the meeting of the mission ( study group of the Woman'.s Coun- jcil, Firs! Christian Cnurch, Mon- j day afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. Harry Brown was co-hostass with Mrs. * Miller to the 21 members and one visitor, Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers. Mrs. Editli Mojool presented the program on which these Lalk.s were made by the following members: "Chinese Work in Nantung". Mrs. Renkert Weienkamp; "Shanghai, the Crossroads of the Orient". Mrs. Norwood Hedge; "The Shao and Pao Families," Mrs. Gordon Evrard; "Chinese Work in Chu- chow", Mrs. McCool. The devotional leader, Mrs. R. C. Rose, had for her topic, "I Will Build My Church To Teach and to Hear." She read, the Beatitudes from Matthew and Mrs- Natnan Carle concluded the scripture red- ing with passages from Luke and John. Mrs. Rose, spoke on "Jesus A.S the Great Teacher" after which Mrs. George W. Barham read a poem, "The Master's. Touch." Mrs. McCool presided over the business -session a! which Lime plans were made for the mid week supper for the congregation, of the church to be given Wednesday night at 7:00 o'clock at the Hall. Mrs. Evrard and Mrs. W. O. Geurin nre in charge of arrangements for the "bring-a-dish" supper. A pre-Easter week of prayer is also being planned. Three leaders appointed were Mr.s. R. C. Rose, Mrs. M. Fiusimmons and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. The hosiers served a dessert J plate with coffee during the social hour. * » * To Knlert.ihi Club at. Dnncr Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mr. ( and Mrs- L. E. Oicl will entertain i members of Ciu'o 28 with a dance 'Thursday night. The dance, which i.s a monthly will bo at 9 o'clock at the Woman'.s Club. * V * Is Nc\v Member Mrs. Elbert Bryeans is a new member of the Missionary Council of tlie Assembly of God Church which met last night at the parsonage. Thirteen members were present, After the meeting was opened with prayer and group singing, the council 'discussed means of raising money for a dining room suite for the parsonage and for benefit of home and foreign missionaries. Refreshments were .served bv *£**£* W/GETABEAUW ~ I SPECIAL TERMS Small Down Payment Convenient Weekly Payments Thai's how easy it. is to buy this famous mattress and put 'Luxury Comfort' into your home. A Beautyrcst H<is these advantages ... it has a different and better (ype of innerspring construction ... it has sai^proof edges - - . it lasted 3 times longer than other mattresses in durability tests ... it is guaranteed for 10 years. Come in, see the Beauty rest, and try its superb c<jmf(.rl. Then, if you like, take aclvan- 1aja« nf our special low terms. Mrs. Jess Russell and Mrs. Lydia Mackey assisted by Mrs. James Bruton and Mrs. Jack Trimble. Meeting; was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. M. E, Bryean.s. * * * Club Has I'urty Six members of the F. A. D. club and their dales had a ninner party followed by dancing Saturday night. The group went to the Palace Cafe for dinner and later to the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble for dancing. * V * Elect Delegate Mrs. Iverson Morris was elected as a delegate of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist church to the missionary conference at Forrest City April 15-17 at a meeting of the society Monday afternoon at the church. Her alternate will be Mrs. George Shamlin. The business session was presided over by Mrs. w. L. Green. During the devotional period, Mr.s. Robert Lane read the scrip- j ture and prayer was offered by iMrs. E. K. Sewall, | Mrs. Olga Jackson is a new member of the group. A visitor at Monday's meeting was Mrs. George Rudolph. « + t Begin Week of Prayer Observance of a week of prayer by the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church was begun Monday afternoon with a | program on "We Are Debtors to' the Southland" presented at the meeting at the church. Sixty-four members and two visitors were present for the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. R. C r . Cash. Mr.s. Tom W. Jackson was leader of the program. After the devotional given by Mrs. John Buchanan, talks ou "Work Among the Jews and Chinese" and "Work Among the Indians," were made by Mrs. G. J. Walker and Mrs. C. E. Johnson. A solo by Nat Brittain and prayers by Mrs. S. M. Hood. Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. M. C Outlaw concluded the program. Mr.s. Gray Itannrrd At Board Luncheon Mrs. C. M. Gray, who with Mr. | Gray is 1 moving soon to Elizabeth' town, Ky., to reside, was honored with a luncheon given at the First Presbyterian church Monday by memoers of the executive board of the Worrifirrs Auxiliary. and also as president of the Arkansas Pre.sbyterial. In addition to executive board members, the Rev. James A. Overholser. pastor of the church, and two former presidents of the auxiliary, Mr*. Leslie Hooper and Mrs: Roy Walton, were present. A rustic .scene arranged in the center of the luncheon table resenfd the Gray larm. A cabin, a sm-;im. a rustic bridge and a hill had been reproduced on a plat. rep- , JVl 1Vi TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1941 "Gold in them ihar hills" proved to be the gift from the auxiliary to Mr.s. Gray which was buried in Ministerial Alliance Announce Plans After Meeting Today An Easter Service in which all Miss Mary Rhodes Is ' lhe bndc aud grocm formc ^ the D ' J ru 7 i *ri ' cclller P ie ce of the table which was onde Ul Jack ihweatti draped with an Italian cutworJ; [ cloth, white tapers in crystal can- HAYTt, March 4.—Dr. and Mrs. delabra lighted the table. Joseph Winfleld Rhodes announce Mr - anci Mrs - Thweatt left on a lhe marriage of their daughter ! iwo vveelcs ' wedding trip to New Miss Mary Susan Rhodes. to°Jack Crleaus> alon £ lhe Gul f Coast and Stephens Thweatt, son of Mr and! cther scuthei '» points. Upon their Mrs. H. P. Thweatt of Caruthers-1 retuni - the y wil l reside temporarily > . , IT? I Ml T"^l« rt I"* /"I "\ff \..t T~\ 1 _*_._ _ 1. T * i. • villc. The wedding was solemnized at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Caruth- crsville by the Rev. Wayne Gray, , .. . — --*•*•• i i\*\, m w in^n an ' the hill. Following a contest in | churches are invited to join is to! P aslor which sin- was the winner, she was be sponsored again this year' by \ Tll(1 brhle wore a navy blue cos- aJlo'.vcd lo dig for the gift, pros- the Ministerial Alliance aecordin" i UJme suiL designed along .simple cntaiion was made by Mr.s. Walton. <=.... Color .scheme for the luncheon wa.s yellow. Tapers in that color with Dr. and Mrs, Rhodes at Hayti. Read Courier News want ad> . to announcement made today i'ol-r mo(i Jine>s - H(n ' nal was of navy! lowing a breakfast meeting at the b!llfl iel1 Hnci o lnes ' accessories) home of the Rev. E. B. Williams.' * vere in l}iiv V bluc gabardine and Bits of News Mostly Personals were arranged on the table and pastor of the First Methodist ' P^cnt. She wore a shoulder cov- Jonquils ornamented the place- | Church, and Mrs. Williams. """ ' ' carctfi ! The Rev - James A. Overholser. . __JL^ * pastor of the First Presbyterian I Daughter Born ' Church, will deliver the sermon HI A daughter was born to Mr. and i the union service which i.s to be at Mrs, Ckirdon Harris Sunday at lh ? Assembly of God Church on their bane on Lake Street. The baby who weighed eight pounds has been named "Charlie Jean Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Harris have another daughter, Delores Ann, aged two and a half. Ash street. He and the host pastor, the Rev. S. A. Merrill, will be in charge of the arrangements. A committee which was appointed to publicize the service is made up of the Rev. George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Christian Church ,the Rev.'tar. Merrill, and the Rev. Fletcher Spruce, pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene. Eleven ministers who attended the breakfast included a new member of the alliance, the Rev. H. Gream. pastor of the Second Baptist Church. : The group will meet again April Jane Faxon Thomas returned lo . 8 for breakfast at the home of Memphis Sunday after having j the Rev. and Mrs. Overholser. spent jwo weeks here with her ' aunt, Mrs. Hubert Potter, and Mr. Potter. She was motored home by her grandparents, Mr. and Mr.s. J. Nick Thomas. Mr. Thomas re- tunK-rl Monday, but Mrs. Thomas remained for a longer visit with her son, J. Nick Thomas, and Announces Wedding Of ... Miss Dorothye Tistadi CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. March 4.—Announcement was made Monday of the marriage of Miss Doro- lihye Jane Tistadi and James H. on, M, r ™ S"? •' °' Mr : ! VanAusdall r Jr.. both of this cftv. ± cl ftL.^r i ' '* Hl °V'the ceremony having been solemn- ardenlas and valley lilies. Mrs. Charles W. Ogle.sby, of PJytheville, cousin of the bride. wa.s her only attendant. Bob Mehrle. of Caruthersville. attended -Mr. Thweatt as best man. A wedding supper at the bride's home followed the ceremony. The mantel was banked with fern and white gladioli while roses and other spring flowers decorated the other rooms. A four tiered wedding cake top- IF HOSE CLOGS M NIfiHT Heres Ullini Quick Relief Put 3-jmtpoee va-tro-nol up each nostril ... (1) It shrinks swollen mem- a " eS: Soothcs O) VICKSVATRONOL EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE PHONE 16 PHONK ped with the miniature figures of Blytheville, DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORE R.R. & Ash at her home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Holland and son. Jay, went l.o Memphis Mon- ixed last November 3. 1940. at Biy- ' IllZMt? \ fliutMlIn A,.)- * ! •'•!;•"'•£> ; theville. Ark. The bride is the daughter of Mr. iy o reside temporarily. They and Mrs . c . M . Tis! ^ lt . '^ '- m^lmm 11 oc there until Mr. Holland, j tended the local schools, garriuat- \:^&tf&Wm !io w with the Civilian Pilot lng in 1939 . She also attended fll'0f •ainme division, receives a defi- Southeast Missouri State Teachers '$3J#'j ||M . , . , , »•»«. uii..iv* 1.5 01 jj; uaijfiiui.1 Ul IVJ I , JJS 1° ™* c .^™n}y. rtey \ &nd Mi*. C. M. TistacU. and at- who Tr; nite assignment as instructor at a CAA field. The condition of Mrs. J. M. Vivian, who has been critically ill of pneumonia, is slightly improved todav. College at Cape Girardeau. and Culver-Stockton College at Canton. > Mo. The bridegroom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. VanAusdall, Sr.. of this city. He Mrs George Shamliu. Mrs. C. T. (graduated from the local high school in 1936. and soon afterward enlisted in the navy, serving for /cur years. Thr young couple will make their homo here. president of the local Auxiliary ig/» TUESDAY BARGAIN DAT Matinee & Night lOc Shamlin Sr.. Mr.s.- C. T. ohamiin ' Jr.. and Mrs. T. W. Meal spent SuvKtoy in Manila with the Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Sweet, formerly of this city. Robert Bruce, of Los Angeles, Calll.. is -spending a few days "here Social Program To Be with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle. u 11 A" *r i! W came iiere from Piggott where i Hem At 1 CIUDEC Israel! A pvcgram for Purim. the Feast of Lot.s. will be held in Temple j Israel en Sunday afternoon at three o'clock. The .story of the festival, based on the Book of Esther, will be portrayed. The five Sunday school classes will present a pageant, entitled "Valiant Women," and a group of adult* will stage a play. "Esther." a Purim farce in two a<;ts. The , i'lay is sponsored by the Sister- Mrs. Emma M. "Burncy of Mans- j hood, with Mrs. Sam Joseph and field. Mo., returnee! home this (Mrs. Max Meyers in charge. Rabbi Kmnan Pollack will give a scr- j moiirritr. "The Place of Humor in Daih- Life." b.ised ou the late F. C. Maguire fir., of Augusta. Ark., is visiting • her son. Dr. F. C. Maguire. and Mrs. MH- guire. The Maguire.s. who have been residing at Walnut- and Ninth streets, have moved to 1101 W. i Main' street. j Mrs. Vornon Williams went io j .Memphis Monday to be with her ; father, Mr. Mosley of Vardatnan. ! Mis-s.. who entered Methodist hos- month after haviivz speiu wi'.cks here, witii jier son. p. Cooley, and Mr.s. Coolcy N E w s IN EVERY LINE! JOHN VIROWIA SHELTON • GREY • Dehker Chartis Donald R*g2iuld Butterworth - Meek • Owen J. D. McDowell i.s expected to i Henri Bergscn's work. "Laughter: return today from Memphis Bip- J ihe Meaning' of rhe Comic." list hospital where he has under- ' Thc cn - st for U^ play is: King Loonarrl j gone treatment, fo;- ton clays. His {.sou. John McDowell, motored down I for him. • Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway have j r- 1 turned from Miami and points j of Florida where they vncai-ionrrl | for six weeks. ! Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Field of , - j Nashville. Tenii.. .spent the week j tlon class I end here with Mr. Field's parents, J. J. Field and I'am- Strassberg: Hanuin. Abr Miekul: Fsthrr. Mrs. i\ 7 ath:in W>inberg: V r ;i.^hti. Virginia Nickol: Morriecai. Guy Ruben.stein: Reporter, Mrs. Abe Nickol: Emissary. L. K. Karwarg; Trumpeters ;»t)ri Guards. Prances Liverant and Roberta Flormnu. of the Confirma- A Mefro-Oo/c/wyn-Mayer Pi'cf ure Matinee Boxoffice open 1:45 to 3 : op«»n « : :^o fo !':::n ily. Mr. Field. :i lieiuenunt m thr i-ave for there from Washington in 35 days. Mrs. R. C. AUeu is expected to relurn Wednc.sdny from Memphis Hat)(.ist hospital where she underwent. » minor oyierntinn Monday ai;ernoon Mr. Allen ;md Mrs. W. V. Wouiack rctururci home last niuht after having uone down with her. Mrs. Jesse M. White is spcnd- T today t-herc with her. For sale in England kippers must, be colored red; in the United States, only undyed kippers are imported. Here's your pet "long suit" . . . complete with 1941 streamlining! Whistle-slick coat (27" - - - the length for Spring) with link closing, pinchccl-in waist, smart square pockets. Skirt has kick pleat in front, straight back. Detail? Rave for yourself. Soft herringbone pattern in Spring'* headline shades. x~\ ( 1048. . , . For vacation cruises to city bus riding, here's the cream of the 1941 coat crop-! Saddle cloth, single breasted. with 3 rich brown pearl buttons. Custom- tailor details — note careful stitching on pockets, lapels and front — also on ths back just like his! Soft woolen, Nude only. to .-• 'i-nt Xc-vvs ^ Matinee Bosofficc open f-.i:, t,->':;::;n N»?lit. HnxofJJfc open fi:.\r) to I TijTKN TO KJ.CN :«.ni.. «?tJ.> r m.. 4:30 1-honc Riiz 22-4 Thrnc Roxv TUES. & WEDNS. l\.$/ ttrwri fc. D. tOM ISOEsiiAN T, >'f } ' ' » WAlNtK MOS-.tV. Mwuj (\7—• X. ' ^ i n^.^.^^ rf^^/^ Also open Osceola Jaycees Will vSponsor Dance Thursday OSCF.OLA. Ark.. March 4.—BH-! 'u-v Nic'nclson n:. cliainnan of th:: j '.•:i;.prram:ncnf canmittee of thcj C'^CPC):I Junior Chamber of Com-; ruorcc;. and Joe Applebauiii. pub-j licjty director, liuvo announced i l-luns for tlu; second in 'he serie'i | ct dances sponsored l-y the orgaui-' •.r.uion. ! The Jaycecs are bringing Eridv j Cuixsnaoor and his Raindrop Music j lo the Community "House Thvivs- j r!>»v night. Mr. Dunsmoor. who ^t mroutc to the Baker Hotel in Da!-j i: ! . • !o begin nn n:g;»^nnfnt in; M.-trrh. nmks high ui popnhn'it.y. j Feat HIT of Hie dunce will be o i ^"-minute Ooor slicv/ brni^ine to- i r.'-'iiiri' Mfir'yn Mf;t«on. .Joe OutlrrJ ;t!',d Hnroltl Nrcly. H^lph Frccinun. i ^:ixf:plioiu\vl. ;nul Ch;»r!e.s Gins-1 ii»M-a. violinist. i Priced Troni Coals / Courier News want acis "WE IM A K E CONCRE r rK vSTORIAI SEWER _ ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co, Phones 253 & 60 D. S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. 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