The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 7, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY,. MARCH 7,. 1941 Nashville, Mrs. Joe Fred Luck, Cape Giravdeau and for the past representative from the state mis-1 year has teen a member of sicn board in Little Rock, and Dr. faculty of the Gibson school. C. C. Warren, well known pastor, I The bridegroom is the son the Arkansas District of Churches, will speak at will make up the visiting speakers. Included in those _ taking part on the Rev. and Mrs. W. of Kennett. His father i' Bsj- Banquet bv Si£ Alphs , she entertained members of Eighteen members of-the-local!Mid-Week Bridge club, tlumni association of Sigma Alpha in the bridge games which fol Ensiion will celebrate the founding lowed lunch, Mrs C. A. cunnmt oTtheir fraternity with'a; banquet .ham received high score prize, at tne Hopel Noo'ie Monday night.' table Thursdav afternoon wheirLyman, Miss Mary Sue James of'gusly ill at the home of his daugh- ^avu. j-^»" "_ - . .. . _. . ..,. _... .,.. ,,• /-, n. — •»•-,. i -*r~.. 1 Moll Ttrrvilre cjinfp formed a year ago will ' Club Has Guests When Mi's. ROS.S P. Hughes en- the Caruthersville, Jim Crafton, Mr. ter, Mrs. J, Mell Brooks, since ' and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mr. and Sunday, is now slightly improved. Mrs. Garland Gillenwater. ) Mrs. G. W. Hendricks, of Little Supper was served at midnight Rock, and Mrs. H. S. Carrol!, of from a table decorated with Jon- Memphis, returned to their homes quils and lighted by green tapers, today after having visited Mrs. Pussywillows and other Spring Hendricks 1 daughter, Mrs. Triad flowers were arranged nbout the Nicol, and family. Mr. hanauetT which 1 tertained members of the Thursday £r^r.W^S£?*Sk'Luncheon dub «U1, . pavty at her as uj ue homc yesterday afternoon, she also had as her guests, Special Conference Scheduled At First Baptist Church Here Monday A special Sunday school cont'er- of G. Lynn is a re-. the "iiro3ram'"from" UiTs"a&4oc"iation! tired Baptist minister. He Is a will be V. G. Mann, moderator,! graduate of the Holcomb high and Eerie Pruitt, associational su- , school attended Draughens rfusl- perintendent. All Sunday school teachers in Baptist officers and churches Ol president and James Terry, secretary of the group. Harry Prest, active member of the Southwestern chapter at Memphis ,will be guest speaker. * • * Surprise Party Given by F. A. F. The recently organized F. A. F. club surprised Frances Wade with a birthday party at her home Wednesday night. Three new club members. Connie Denton, Mary. Lynn Jackson and Marjorie Perry, were present for the party. "Refreshments -of candies and Iced drinks were served and later the group went to the theater as the guests of Miss Wade. Officers of the club are: Lafetra May, president; Frances Wade, vice president; June Reinmiller, secretary ; Mildred Weathers, treasurer; Alexk Williams, reporter. The club will meet next week at the E. R. Jackson home on Main street. * , » * Are Guests Of Club Mrs. W. W. Shaver and Mrs. G. D. Hammock were guests of Mrs. B. F. Potter Thursday afternoon when she was hostess.for the Double Four Bridge club party. A dessert course was served after the games in which Mrs. Potter was high and. Mrs. Theodore Logan, second high scorer. HS.S Party For Club '•Mrs. J. C. Ellis, who plays often with the Thursday Bridge club, had a 'party for the members and three guests'" at her home Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. V. O. Miller, "Mrs. C. A, Tant and Mrs. Norwood Hedge. Jonquils, pussywillows and other ppring flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms. The seasonal motif was further carried out i in the tallies and salad plate served with coffee at the conclusion of the games. .Frizes went to Mrs.'..Miller for Men,-Mrs. Hedge for second high and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe for low score. . . Ail Club Members , Attend Bridge Farty? '•' ' :; ' Ail members of the Cee-Que Bridge club were present for the party giveru Thursday night at the home pi Miss Frances Holland. :A salad plate was served at the conclusion of in which Miss Elizabeth Ann. Wilson was high -and Miss Jane McAdams, second high scorer. * f * • Spaghetti Supper Honors Miss Wilson VA spaghetti supper was given at the home of Miss Virginia Little Thursday night in honor of Miss Elizabeth Ann .Wilson, who was. celebrating her birthday. The birthday cake was arranged in. the center of the dining table. The guest of honor received a gardenia corsage and was pre- .sented with a gift from her seven friends who were present. * * • Entertains Club Spring flowers Irom her garden decorated Mrs. A. Conway's din- Chamblin and Mrs. Mrs. W. Hunter D. C. Sims. Lunch \vn.s served at the dining table which had u centerpiece of spring flowers. Mrs. Everett B. Gee was high club. Contribute To Missionary Box Contributions for the personal Nicol and daughter, Ann, motored Mrs. Hendricks home and will remain in Little Rock for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, Miss cnce will be held tit the and Mrs. i Baptist Church Monday, First this association are urged to attend this meeting by those making ainingements for the a flair. ness college, in Cape Girardeau and later attended State Teachers Col- lewe in Cape Girardeau. He is now a c member of the faculty of the Bragg City school. Miss Campbell Weds . Paul Lynn 0( Kennelt and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, second high scorer in the games which followed. Daughter Named The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smiih Friday afternoon ar Walls hospital has bsen named Mary Janoel. The Mary is for two of her aunts while the Janoel is for Mr. Smith and his son, Jack, being formed from the first two letters of Jack and the spelling of Leon backwards. Mrs. Smith and her riaushtei were removed to their home in the Ingram building Thursda afternoon. — — . gift box to a foreign missionary Frances Little, Miss Virginia Little, were made at the meeting of the Tom Little Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Young Women's Foreign Missionary Kavanaugh Frances will attend the Society Thursday night at the production of "HelUapoppin"' at home "of Mrs. Andrew Lee Mayo. Ellis auditorium in Memphis to- The missionary is Mr.s. Garnet night. Howard, who will sail from New Miss Martha Ann Lynch, Miss York March 20 to Cape Verde Mary Adah Robinson, and Jack Islands. Webb, students at the University During the devotional period, of Arkansas, Fayettevilte, are spend- Mrs. Fred Stevens and Mrs. Har- ing the week end here with their old Thompson offered prayers. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A Lynch, benediction was given by Miss Dr, F. A. Robinson, and Dr. and Dorothy Rvlec. Mrs " FIoyd Webb " • They ^ » C " After games were played, a des- i companled by Miss Donna Rae sert plate was served to the twelve Driver of Osceola, also a student at to :Limoui;cement mude today by the Rev: Alfred Carpenter, pastor, v?ho .staled that' this is one of 40 such meetings' in Arkansas mid j Rowena Campbell of Cootcr be- pnc at 010 scheduled for lhc| came (he bride of Paul W. Lynn I of Kennett in a ceremonv at the Is Hostess To Club Mrs. W. T. Burns was hostess to members of the Y. M. B. club fo: a party at her home Thursday afternoon. COOTER, Mo.,. March 7.—Miss Southern Baptist convention. "'This meeting is being promoted I home of by the Baptist Sunday School i the Rev. the officiating minister, E. G. Hamilton, pastor members and Louise Nolen Reader. two visitors, Mrs. i the University. and Mrs. Mark Shamrocks were noticeable in the decorations, appearing on the tallies and in the dessert course of Ice cream and cake served with coffee. In the bunco games, Mrs. Marshall Blackard received high score prize, Mrs. Benard McPaiiand, low score prize and Mrs. Frank Meyers, bunco prize. if » * Club 28 Has Monthly Party At Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old entertained members of Club 28 and several Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Morehead will attend the production of "Hellzapoppin" 1 at Ellis Audi- orium in Memphis Saturday afterr icon. Board of the Southern Baptist j of the First Methodist Church at Convention of which Dr. T. L. Kcnneit. Friday evening at 9 Holcomb, Nashville. Term., execu-I o'clock. Their attendants were Mr. tive .secretary; the Sunday School j and .• Mrs; ' Velmer Campbell of Cooler, H. G. Mitchell of Wardell and Miss Norma Lynn of Kennett. Immediately after the cere- mcny they left, on a honeymoon trip to Little Rock. and Mimphis. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John ft. Campbell who are pioneer residents of Cooter. Shf> was valedictorian of Cooter high .school class of 1937, lati'r attended State Teachers College in guests at the club's monthly dance at the Woman's club last night. The guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nnsh, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Miss Zola Crafton. E. B Bits of News Mostly Personal* Miss Alice Whitsltt and her sister, Mrs. Joe T. Trice, left this morning for El Paso, Tex., where they will visit another sister, Miss Belle Whitsitt, who is spending the Winter there. jack Smith is able to be up after having been ill of measles. A. Conway is ill of a cold at his home on West Main street. Mrs. Robert Herrick, of Elgin 111., has arrived for a visit ^ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walpole. She will be here indefinitely while undergoing treatment fo an ear infection. The Rev. Fletcher Spruce is ex pected to return Saturday fron Little Rock where he has been at tending a district meeting of Naz nrene Ministers since Wednesday. F. L. Forsythe, who has been seri- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. A. C. Reed, Manila, ad- nitted. Homer A. Smith, Jr., Steele, ad- nitted. Bobbie DeWayne Smith, Steele, idmitted. Mrs. Everett Utley. Holland, ad- department of the Arkansas Baptist Convention board, of which Edgar Williamson of Little ROCK is secretary; and the associational •Sunday school organisation of the Mississippi County. Asvsociation of which Berle Pruitt is superintendent. of the meeting is to map out plans for the extension of Sunday school work in all Baptist churches in this association for 1S41. The program will open at 10 a. m., and during the i day plans will be . presented for adding from 10 to 15 per cent to i the present Sunday School enrolment. W. A. Gardiner, representative from the Sunday School Board in Capucline acts fast because It's liquid, relieving pains of .neuralgia quickly, pleasantly. Soothes upset nerves. Follow directions on. label. All druggists. lOc, 30c, GOc bottles. Little Rock Minister 1 To Speak Here Sunday The Rev. Holland London, ol Little Rock, superintendent of the How To Relieve Distress Of FEMALE PERIODIC COMPLAINTS Few women today do not suffer some distress from, monthly functional disturbances, causing some to getTnervouE. cranky, mildly depressed a couple of days before, - ».,,,,.^ witU dark circles under eyes, an uncomfortable bloated heaviness—others to feel wea*. 'dragged out" for & couple of days afwrward. If YOU'RE troubled this v;ay— trv famous Lydla E. 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