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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH H, 1941 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior Parent Teacher asso.iation meeting 3:15 o'clock at f hilh school preceded by executive" I- board meeting at 2:45 o'clock. ? Mrs. Allen Sutlerfield entertain- r ing C .and N'Birthday Club, G:(k * o uccR. \ Wednesday Afternoon Bunco : Club meeting with Mrs. Huoen • Wade. | Mrs. Ben Harpole having ADC | Bridge Club. , I Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich ehtertain- | ing Wednesday Bridge "Club. I Delta Contract Club zneetint \ with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. I • Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Town an. \. Country Club. \..: Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. A \ Conway entertaining Chapter L [of the P. E. O, S.sterhood, l:(k 1 o'clock at the Con.ftay home. 2 Mrs. Ralph Berrymau having | Thursday Bridge Club. J v i-.d:UitoJLJAYVS EVENTS f Armorel Parent Teacher Asso| ciatiph meeting 2:30 o'clock at c school. | BMo.tt Fletcher Chapter. United I Daughters of Ihc Confederacy, t meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. [/•M. Butt. | Mrs; N. Fardeecy of Luxora, en\ tertaining Prosperity Club, 2:30 i' o'clock, ; , Mrs. Noble Gill entertaining Del. h Bridge Club. \. Miss Patty June Davis having ^ Cee-Que Bridge Club. ;[. Double Four Bridge Club meet$ ing with Mrs. Raymond Smith. :] Mrs. C. A. Cunningham enter£ raining Mid-Week. Bridge Club. 1 Mrs. R. F. Kirshner having ;• Thursday Luncheon Club. • : Young Woman's Foreign Mis\ sionary Society, First Church cu ? the Nazarene, meeting 7:30 o'clocr. 4 with Mrs. Eddie McGregor. 'I . .Woman's Foreign 'Missionary .;; Society, First Chrurch of the !jj' Nazarene, meeting 2:30 o'clock at, |.;| church. ? Mrs W. H. Bradberry entertain| ing Y. M. B. Club. I' Woman's Missionary Society, Pil- ; l grim Tabernacle, meeting 1:30 2 o'clock with Mrs. Jess Roark ai | Burdette. i?; Mrs. Carroll Blakemore enter£ tainmg Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Eugene - Dickinson having Thursday Dessert Club. Getting A Head Start On The Other Knitters Mrs. .F. T. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. Club at Rustic Inn. Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Saliba Jr. Fidelis Sunday school class* en?:.: - tertainjng Dorcas class with'^bah- i quet, 7:00 o'clock, at First- Baptist' i : - Church. ' You'll always have your knitting on your mind if you wear one of the new hats, demonstrated here by radio star Bess Johnson. It consists of a knit cap, atop which is perched a ball of knitting yarn. Actual 1}', the yarn rests in a small celluloid con tainer and feeds through m •as removed to show how the hat works. U comes in three colors— red. white and blue. U" business session a State College, They went over especially for the Coronation Ball. Mi-, and Mrs. Randolph Smith and children and Mrs. M, C. Goodwin spent the week end in Dyersburg and Milan, Tenn. Eula Smith, who is ill of a strep- tococcic infection at her home. « , ir „ .. . .. 226 East Kentucky avenue, is George W. Patterson, pastor of the slightly improved todav. church, offered prayer. People who took part on the program and their subjects were as follows: Mrs. W. O. Geurin, "Churches in Buenos Aires"; Mrs. Harry Brown, "Dr. Wu of China"; Mrs. Nathan Carle, "Atlantic City Convention of Christian Church GrganM.uions"; Mrs. George W. Earham, "Christian World Fellow- hip"; Mrs. George w .Patterson, ;"Margaret K. Long Girls' Scnool in Tokyo"; Mrs. J. C. Ellis. ' Hungering Humanity"; Mrs. John Burnett, "Celebrating :n Hofei, China." Following the program, the group continued their .sewing and knitting for the American Red Cross. The hostesses served a dessei\ plate with coffee to the 19 members and one visitor, Mrs. E. Dai- ton of Jonesboro, Spring- flowers were arranged in the Beck home. * • Club Elects Officers Marjorie Thurmond was elected president of the recently organized Junior G. Girls club in a meeting at her home Saturday afternoon. Other officers cho.sen to head this fjroup of 1(5 girls were: Nannie Lou Sut'ton, vice president; Jean Smith, secretary; Marcella Hump h r e y. treasurer; Marjorie Merrill and Lula Caraway, reporters. Members are-- making and selling woolen dolls of various colors. A dollar was cleared from this project during the past week. Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed. The next meeting will be Saturday at the Hmuphrey home. Plan Bingo Party •Pians for a bingo party were discussed at the meeting of seven members of the Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Monday afternoon at the rectory. i Sii> ..\H>'i.s The party will be given Thursday | officers Monday night, March 20, at Catholic Hall, j officers of the Sigma Alphr, Ep- The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor | silcn Alumni Association wr-ve el set- ter's subject was "Health of the African Child 1 ' nncl Mrs. Usrey's was "The Medical Missionary in India, Korea. Philippine Islands and Mexico." Mrs. E. W. Potter, of Jonesboro, wife of the presiding older of the district, was a guest. The refreshments recognized the approach of St. Patrick's day. Hostesses for the social hour were Mrs. Hubler. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Mrs. H. L. Harp, Mrs. Foster, Mi's. Max B. Reid, Mrs. M. O. Usrev, Mrs George M. Lee, Mrs. B. F. Ki^r. Mrs. p. L. Husbands, Mrs. J. Mell Brocks Sr., Mvs. S. L. Forsythe, Mrs. Fred Hannn. * « * Key ai Neiejxbcrs'*'. • Royal Neighbors will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. B. Foster on Fifth street. As important business is to be diEci'sscd, Mrs. Pearl Hires, Oracle, is urging all members to attend. time a meeting was called for Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock nl the home of Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis. Officers for the year will be elected. Following supper, bridge \vns played. The prize, a nest of ash trays in the silver, gold and blue, colors of Tri Delta, went to Mrs. Poctz. Miss Council To Speak Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Connie Thomas Is Bride Of James Elliott CARUTHER.SVILLE, Mo., March 11.—The wedding of Miss Connie T *•*! ml • —-*••• i u UC , Thoma *' and James Elliott, both of CaruLhersville, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 5:30 °' 0k at the Kennett . Mo., Meth Miss Marjorie Varner, Miss Myra' ° ?, . al lie Kennett " Mo., Meth- Boyett, MISS Lois Fields, Mrs. T. O - ?. cilst ., Peonage, the Rev. E. G Hiipv and Mrs. Marvin T.qn P u.cUpri I Hamilton, pastor, saying the siliah Huey and Mrs. Marvin Lane visited friends ana relatives in St. Louis over the week end. Mrs. J. J. Bryant returned Sim- day from Memphis wnere she has been with her stater, Mrs. R.. K. Cronketr, of O.sceola, wno underwent an appendectomy at Methodist hospital, tine had been there since Tuesday. Mrs. Crockett was dismissed Sunday. Mrs. James hill Jr. and Mrs. G. W .DUlQhunty attended the production of "HelzapopphV" in Memphis Saturday afternoon. . Mrs. B. F. Brogdoh Jr. left Sunday for Greenwood, Miss., where she will visit friends, and Avon. MI&., where she will be the guest of her mother, Mrs. William Bran- toh. She plans to be away all this week. Mrs. A. C. Nierow and son, Freddy, have returned from u visit jji Dallas, San Antonio and HOIKS- L on, Tex. Training Union To Be , Held At Dyess Church E. DYESS, Mar. llth— The Rev. W. saying the single ring ceremony. The young couple were attended by Miss Mae Alece Fields of War- oell and Reg.nald C .Dover of Paragouhl, Ark. The bride wore a navy blue dress with white and navy "accessories, and her corsage was of sweetheart rcses. Miss Fields' costume was oi navy and white, with navy accessories. Mrs. Elliott is the daughter and eldest child of Sheriff and Mrs. W. A. Thomas of thi.s city, and formerly of Wardell. She,attended Wardell and CanitheniviHevschools, graduating from the Caruihersviile high .school in 1940. She later attended Southeast Missouri Teachers College at Cape Girardeau, where .she was taking basic studies for art. The bridegroom i,s the .son of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Elliott of gouui. Ark. He graduated liwn the Paragould high school in 1930. where he actively participated i:, school activities- particularly football. He is a membsr of the "Quill and Scroll," national honorary journalism society. He has beei. employed in this city for sometime FUNNY BUSINESS "But there was no profit left after paying the lax expert " to show us the leijal deductions!" Haltom, pastor of the Dycss j by l'ho Kroger Stores Company. Central Baptist Church, announces J The young couple will make their i Training Union, beginning Mon<&p March 17. Classes will oe held each night at the church. The Rev. Leslie M. Riherd, of Lepanto, will teach the book. "Planning A Life," home in this city, but plans for the immediate present arc indefinite. Osceola Men Will Aid Dye.ss on Thursday night, March 13, to confer the master's degree. The assisting team will be E. R. Smith. Aubrey Cowan, L. J. Smith, j R. J. Girdley, J. A. Austin and Lee Read Courier News want Supper At Lone Oak A spaghetti supper will be given Wednesday night at 5:30 o'clock it the Lone Oak school wVl°r the \uspices of the Woman's Missionary Society. Relieve misery direct —without "dosing". Use swift-acting VICKS VAPOPUB Dr. Carl and Dr. Edna Mies and their houscguest, Mrs. Mary Philliber of Shelbyville, Mo., were in Memphis Saturday afternoon for the "Hellzapoppln" show at Ellis auditorium. Mrs. L. H. An try and children and Miss Lena Mae Crane and Miss Florinc Jordan spent the to the younj people. Mrs. w. E, | In Conferring Degrees Haltom will tench the Intennedi-1 ates. "The Meaning Of Church | OSCEOLA, Ark., Mar. 11 _J B ,,v ouw^y Membership." The Juniors will Bunn of Osceola and Fred Stuckey | Mrs. Glen Alexander is president study Trail Makers In Other of Lepanto, former grand masters | and Mrs. J. W. Field Ls .secretary Lands, and the Rev. Haltom will I of Arkansas Masons, will go to of the «rietv ead the adults in a study of "Thn '-••--People Called Baptists." At the conclusion of each night's study, a recreational period will be enjoyed by all present, and the Rev. Riherd will bring an inspirational message, Friday night. Miss Anne Council, head of the week end in Little Rock' ccumy child welfare department.! Mrs. Guy Azbill and children of .... , . • -•*• .j. >_« 1,1 V -l^VllIilJlHHJiiUlUtlUl LV- wll be the principal speaker at the Tyler, Mo., spent Mondav here with "V 5 ,- M J mi J , ^ meeting of the Junior-Senior. Fur- Mrs. Azbill's uncle C* M Grav scho ° l l obe hekl ent Teacher association tomorrow anc | Mrfi Grav ' ' " Tuesday. April 22. nftomnnn '•.-'.• Little Rock Thursday, to assist, W. A. Thomas and Claud Rankiu. both I A . fi U *i I of Little Rock, and former grand I At 1 DC KOSpitaiS Kiwanis Club Host masters, in conferring degrees upon W. A. Thomas Jr. and Claud Rankin Jr., sons of Mr. Thomas and Mr. Rankin. Young Thomas is u student in the University of Arkan- To Training School Blythev'ille Hospital Ruby Northington, city, admitted. Mrs. Lloyd Hart, Monnettc, dismissed. Walls Hospital Guy Linsman, Sikeston. admitted. Mrs. B. H. Williamson. Tyler. The occasion has been designated as Past Grand Masters Night in '' . M1 . s ' h the Western Star Lodge number i ^missed ^ 12, one of the four original locbes ! J" em P hls Methodist Hospital organizing the Grand Lodge "in i O^ Johnson, Caruthersville. ad- 1838. Everv .station will be filled iinutecl - of the Church, 'presided at the business session and led the religious discussion which followed. -> r * Circles Have Final Meeting Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church had. their final meeting of the year afternoon. Her subject will Ports.". An executive board CARUTHER.SVILLE. Mo.. March 11.—John S. White, president,. w stated Monday that the Canithers- i \vith a past grand master of which I villo Kiwanis Club will be host to there are 16 in Arkansas. ' the annual divisional training E. R. Reid, worshipful master, in this city on j and E. R .Bogan, secretary of Osceola . lodge number 27, will uo to Mrs. W. A. Weidemeyer. of Little be "Foreign , R 0 ck. arrived Sunday to spend scv- ; era5 weeks here with her MOROUNE y^ON-SWD BOTTLE stzel 10^25^ Or. W. F. Brewer Dentist ttlylheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates -----. $25.00 (Extractions Included) at Mrs. and ed Monday night tu the Founders' Day banquet in the Colonial Room of ihe Hotel .Noble Jesse Taylor and James Tcvry \vhO have been serving tis temporary chairman ;ind scc-n-U\ry sin:e the organ-nation of the t:mnp were elected permanently to those cilices for a year's term. W. J. Wunderlich up- urtivitips Monday afternoon. The devotional j \vas nnmed vice prosUlem. subject was "The Fruit; of the; The charter from national head- Spirit is Life'' and the program; quarters was presented and subject was "How Best Can I Help! proved. Finns for fntr.r My Church? 11 | O f this group wore disci Fifteen members of Circle One) Impromptu spcrchfs , , l( and one visitor, Mr?. G. W. Dilia- [ the program honoring tho founders hunty, Auxiliary president, met. at; nf '-', A. E. the home of Mrs. O. W. Copped?c. Mrs. Doyle Turner gave the devo- j Tn Deltas tional and. Mrs. Ross Stevens thej Spaghetti program. ' I ;\{ rs Q p t \\- r o; Mrs. B. B. Goodman wa.s a visitor' Gor^mvv Po«\ k /: \\?re of Circle Two .which met at thejthf .sp-i-hdU .supper witr-i ' t H home of Mrs. Ray Worthington. j Delta Deltn DoltsJ rSub !wi' Mon- Wond Service Is Ihcine. of Program "World Service" was the theme of the program presented ;u the meeting • or the Woman's Council, First Christian Church. Mondny. afternoon at the home of Mrs. | R. M. Beck. Mrs. Edith McCool was ; co-hostess. j The program was a slucly of the current issue of World Gail magazine. Mrs. Ru.s.sell Barham, leader of the combined devotional and program rend the. .scripture from the 25th chapter of Matthew and i spent, the in Jonesboro with Miss Phe Marie Jxoonce, a student at -Arkansas OR WOMEN ONLY.' If fidgety nerves, restless nights and other distress caused by functional monthly disturbances keep you from ^vlngfunat such times—take Lydla E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound— Jamous for over 60 years in reltevlhc "T;\ k> nervous feelings of women's difficult days." WORTH TRYING1 Fourteen members heard Mrs. Leslie Hooper give the Bible study and Mrs. Mattie Allen, the program. Mrs. J. D. McGiil and Mrs. R. c. Allen were hostesses to eight members of Circle Three at the Mans*. Mrs. McGiil had the devotional and Mrs. Roy Walton presented the program. niyht at Number Nino Mrs. Ch;u % U\s Lon^sion a; in Mi.ss France.'; 1,-ittlc wrrr v,r,r:-;,\ o: uu 1 club i'or Die party. Mrs. Herman CarUan presided i Mrs. Jesse M. White in rharap of.: \ ~ j the program for Circle Four which! ^ A i met in the pastor's study. Mrs. B. I ; J. Alien and Mrs. Crosier were •• " co-hostesses to It members. Methodist Group I Has Program luce tin?: ] Mrs. SalUe Huoler war; tional leader for the pv • meetinj of the Woman's 5 .-• of Christian Service, Pirn i odist Church, yesterday afternoon 1 at, the church. 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