The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1941 · Page 2
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PAG& TWO BLYTHEVtLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 17, Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Lange School Parent Teacher Association meeting 3 o'clock .at school -preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 -O'clock. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. James B. Clark. Mrs. Sallic liubler entertaining members of Maple Grove Cemetery Association, 2:30 o'clock. Business Women's Circle, First Baptist Church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Dr. Edna Nies. ''. Mrs, John F. Reinmillsr entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Mrs. Dixie Crawford having Tuesday Club. Mrs; Joe -Lynn Hamby entertaining Tuesday Bunco Club. Tuesday Afemoon Club meeting with Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp. '•..Mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Jesse M. White having Friday Contract Club, 7:30 o'clock. Lions club having "Ladies' Night" 7:00 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Past Matrons and Past Patrons meeting 7:30. o'clock with Mrs. .Raleigh Sylvester. Royal Neighbors meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Herman Walpole. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .Mrs. James H. Bell entertaining .Wednesday Bridge Club. Delta Contract Club meeting with -Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Mrs. Charles Langston having ADC Bridge club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Langston. Central Parent Teacher Association meeting 3:00 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meet. ing at. 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Jess Homer enteitaining Thursday Dessert Club. Altar Society, Church of Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, 8:00 o'clock, Catholic ;Hall. Mrs v J. J. ,Cooksfcon entertaining '.•Thursday Bridge- Club. Mrs. Harry W. Haines having Mid-Week Bridge Club. Thursday Contract Club meet. ing with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. T. J. Barnes entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. Miss Nancy Kirshner having- Cee- Que Bridge Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Tera Turner. Music department, Woman's Club, meeting 3 o'clock at clubhouse. Mrs. Robert Weidman entertaining Jolly Eight Club. Elmwood • -Cemetery - Association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. -- A, Stickmon. Metzger, who played piano solos. In the business meeting, plans were made for a Spring Festival to be held soon. » * • Study Playgrounds "Playgrounds of the South" was ihe subject of the program presented at the meeting of Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood Saturday afternoon nt. the home of Mrs, C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. W. L, Homer was leader of the program which was followed by n round table discussion. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour which [allowed. To Have Dance for Capt. and Mrs. Powell Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck and Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smiih will entertain with a dan::e Saturday night in compliment t.o their house- guesUs. Capt. and Mrs. George M. j Powell of Panama. j The affair will be nt the Amen- j can Legion Hut ut f;:30 o'clock. j Mrs. Powell is the daughter of ! Judge and Mrs. Keck and a sister '< of Mrs. Smith. , i Pokla Dot Pooch Pays Off Announces Plans For April Wedding The service will be solemnized Wednesday, April 2, at the First Baptist Church of Jonesboro by the Rev. O. L. Powers, pastor. Mr. Franklin will give his- daughter in marriage. Mrs. Nathan Franklin Role sou will be matron of honor, and Mrs. Louie Weinberg of Leachville, sister of Mr. Mooring, and Mrs. Robert Muse, of Jonesboro, will be bridesmaids. Aubrey Mooring- of Rector, brother of Mr. Mooring will be best man and another brother. Horace Hutton Mooring of Leachville. and Kevin McDermott of Jonesboro will be ushers. Betty Allyce Lyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lyle, of Jonesboro, will light the tapers. Miss At The Hospitals UlythcvUlc Hospital Jackie Webster, cit.y. admitted, Mis.s Margaret George, Osceolu, admitted. Mrs. Eulala Lawrence, city, aci- miUed. Bill Arnold, city, dismissed. Peggy Joyce Gill, Hnyri. admitted. Mrs. H. C. Porter, Stccle, admitted. Ray Lnrkin. city, dismissed. J. T. Armstrong, city, dismissed, Peggy Roberts, city, dismissed. Mrs. S. H. Bevill and b\iby, city, dismissed. Mrs. Frank Jones, Luxora. dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. E. L. Malonc, V/nrciell, admitted. ..•> Naomi Blackwood, Manila, admitted. Mrs. Everett Utley, Holland, dismissed. Mrs. E. L. Rhodes, city, dismissed. Mrs. Edward Emerich and baby, city, dismissed. Shirley Pauline Carr. Yarbro, dismissed. Alice Sue Graves, Steele, dismissed. Memphis -St. Joseph's J. T. Holt, Caruthersville, mitted. Odls Holi?.claw. Caruthcvsville. admitted. Memphis .'Baptist Hospital D. Ohlcndorf. Osceola, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Harry Coley Jr., Osceola. admitted. ad Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Mrs. Utlcy Bntertaius Mrs. Virgil Utley and Mrs" Ott Sanforcl were cohostesses to three tnfcles of bridge guests at the home of Mrs. Utley in Holland t.he latter part of the week. The home was attractively decorated in cut flowers. High score award at bridge went to Mrs. Marshall Burroimhs of Bits of News Mostly Personali Mr. i)d Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son, Jimmy, spent, Sunday in Mem- j3hU with Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. O. A. Lowe, who underwent an eye spent the week end hern with hb |fW Amol ..^ C T parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Hus- UptOmetnC brCUp To bands. Mrs. Husbands and Miss j LonJo Hargett motored him back • to Jonesboro Sunday, ' TK Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James ' M e et FW l nere L,raham Wright visited relatives Ncrthearr rrn, T Cptom etric at Hoe Thursd nj , hl Dr. O. H. Johnson of Jones- : For Rent j FOR RENT—Two-room unfurnlsh- i cd apartment. Lights, water and Ash. 17cktf . m Nashville, Tenn., over the week ' tore, group chairman, presiding, if; Morion Florsheim's "Champion Rana of Choman" showed up at New York's "Calling All Dogs" with the longest tail and this fancy green polka doi job. The champ got the prize, and the cash dog- lovers paid to see him will buy milk for chnaren of occupied France Celebrates 81st Birthdav With ^ Reunion Of Relatives, Friends Mrs. Jam; Boney declared 1t> t, bi>-fh anniversary was her nicest birthday I ever had" fol- Mrs. E. F. Shettleswoiih, who lives in Oroville. Calif. Mrs. Boney's birthday remem- lowing celebration of the occasion! branccs were arranged on a table ' c'eccrnted with a cake and orchid sweetpeas and she wa.s a.'.so given Ann Franklin, sister of the bride- Sfnele vvho received hand made elect, and Mrs. J. Hardy Little Jr.. plllow s1i P s; second high a linen organist, will give a program nuptial music. luncheon set went to Mrs. Tom | Hopper of Cooler who also received | the bririgo award, n potted plant- A salad plate and iced drinks To Be Hostesses For Bingo Party Miss Margaret Taschrier and Miss • Marie Abraham will be hostesses * m: "* Matrons Entertained for the bingo party to be given ^"" T - r ~~ u - 1 ' ~- were served. Ivlr ' s - Friday by a surprise party given by a group of friends and also attended by her two .sisters and a cousin who was reared with the "Rye girl.s." Neighbors and other member:; of the Lone Oak Missionary Society nirpriscd Mrs. Bcncy at her home with the ull day celebration, at- tnded' by 50'relatives an'd friends. tharing honors with "Aunt, Jane" were her .sisters, Mrs. Martha Lane, 7S, and Mrs. John Ledbctler, 70, find her cousin. Mrs. Elma Archil'.ion, 76. who "is just like my sister" as Mrs. Boney expressed the relationship. All of these four women were torn here and arc the only sisters left of pioneer families who are natives of what is now Blythcville. Their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Rye, started the movement to have a rural school in the outlying section of Blytheville and contributed 160 acres of la aft for u school site. In addition to this generous offer, the Rye family gave free board and lodging to .the first teacher of the .school. Mrs. Boney has lived her entire life on her farm on Highway 18, three miles west of Blytheville, where she has become widely known. She has benn a member of the Lone Oak Baptist Church since its organization and before there was n church in that com- i-riaay morning ai Eye, Ear, Nose and Tnroat Hospital, one xs recovering and will oe removed from the hospital to the home o! MI' daughter, Mrs. A. E. Sargeant, of Memphis, Tuesday. bKuitie O. -Perry, who is attend- ,*ng senool in Md/nprus, sp^nc me week end here witn his inomer, Mrs, ^iata ferry, ana re/daves. Miss bnythe George will return Tuesday trom Hot springs wnere one nits attended tne races since Dr. ;>nd Mrs. J. B. Gordon of Shuwano, V/isc., spent Sunday here rt'un Mr. ana Mrs. P. u. neicael and tamiiy. Tnoy ware en route aomc alter having spent the win- Mrs. B, w. wjKson i.s able to be up alter having been quite ill of ^neumonia lor several weeks. Mrs. j-i. D. Lyjc 01 OaKaaie, La., «ias arrived lor an extenaeci visit A'liia her sister, Mrs. L,ee uuncan. .w,u Mr. Duncan. Mrs. Flora Lucy, of Memphis,, spent the week end here wun ner' nioiner, Mrs. G. B. Peery, wno is ..lUAiy .improving from a fall a week ago wuicn iracuireo ner nip. Mr. and Mrs. Ernes c M. George, of Mempnis, Tenn., were guescs *oi Lvlr. George's parents, Mr. and .,a-s. hinest M. George, over the week end. Miss Jimmic D. Brock spent the week end in Adkadelphia and in Hot Springs at the races. ' Miss Doris Deik. wao attends the Academy of Arts at Memphis, c-pent Friday afternoon \vitn ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack uclk. Mis.s Medncn HaruooK, Miss Marguerite oiiaa, Miss cJizi-° -rtcnenry and Miss Letitia Keal .spent the WCCK tna w^i u,^ Jamilies in Conway. Miss Molly Guard- a student at the University of Tennessee ar, Knoxville, came Saturday afternoon to .spend a week's vacation here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. M'iss Helen Lucille Moore spent the week end in Conway 'wu.u >^ parents. Her guests for" the week end were Miss Martha Ann Sibley, Toler Buchanan and Jack O'Keei'e. J. B. Husbands, who attends Ar- end. Georgc Connell .spent the week end in Conway wiih relatives Burdette Dramatists Second In Play Meet i was announced today. | Dr. James L. Guard and Dr.' | Alva Weil have charge of local! ' arrangements. : H is the regular monthly meet- of the yroiip. An estimated ten! sons will attend the Burdette schools received nament sponsored by the Arkansas Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Crcqmulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the j trouble to help loosen and expel I germ laden phlegm, and aid nature ' branes. Tell your druggist to sell you Statc College at Jonesboro Satur- ! American Legion Auxiliary will a bottle °. f Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are day for high schools in Arkansas :'"'•'<* tonight ai 7:30 o'clock "at'the and Missouri, ] American Legion Hut. First place went to West Helena; A special program is being ar- "A n "r A i iTl •*"£' • ** ^ I for its production of "Wheat Fire." , ranged to follow the business ses- V KkUM U LSI O N T^M f> "Rl 1ivl&t}*nnrvj*tt\ht*3!b». ..i -. -i t_._le«irtM f ^% | ^*| ^^ t f n • • * for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis group directed by [sion. Mrs. Gordon Psalmonds presented "The Catalogue." In'the cast were Loretta Eubanks. Lacey Powell Betty Chf»ffK Bill Rakestraw, and Sill Lee Wixon. Students participating were motored to Jonesboro by kiss Florine Jordan, Miss Lois Fields and Miss Lena Mae Grain. Read Courier News want aos. HEADACHE ( MORKING AFTER.)' ' For jittery. n-?rvoa* he.-ulachw, Cnpudine. Acts fast because it's l. Sec how quickly head clears, nerves are relaxed, and you feel steadier. Follow directions oa JabeL lOc, 30c. 60c thca .... ~ "• •>•'• .nitauaiiv.t», \SI1U 1\ ?.?^" C . .°. f i :°; SCS : imi othe r C01 - Kansas State co.icee at crful flowers. Mrs. Lane made the presentation of gifts. Out of town guests included Mrs. Maud Dunn of Van Nuy-s. Calif., and Mrs. B. B. Roy of Memphis, daughters of Mrs, Archillion. Alter lunch and opening of- the gifts, picture-making entertained the party members duriny the nf- lernoon. Local Legion Members Attend District Meet A district American Legion meeting at. Jonesboro yesterday was attended by more than 15 members of the Dud Cason post of Blytheville. More thjin :WO Legion members from the. district were present ro attend church .services yesterday morning en mas.se and attended to business of the meeting that included an address by State Commander Walter Hickman. Floyd White of the Blytheville group responded to a welcoming address. Post Commander G. R~. Carter led the local delegation. IS A PAINFUL CURSE FEMALE PAIN -Women, who suffer pain of Irregular periods with cranky nervousness flue to monthly functional disturb- anccssliould find LydiaE.PlnkUam's Vegetoblo Compound simply marvelous to relieve such distress. Pink- barn's Compound, is mado especially for women to relieve such distress- Ing feelings and thus help them go BmllLng ttmi such "difflcuJt days." Over 1.000,000 women fcave reported remarkable benefits. Try it! ACNE LAST TIMES TODAY The A/J-Owf Laugh Shovvf munity she was nf minted with tho Try relief antiseptic action can give you. First 1874. Baptist Church here, Marshall Cameron was Thursday night." 8 o'clock "catholic llo * tc? - s for n bridge pnriy Wednos- Hall. • ' ciay afternoon when she had members of since Millions have been made happy by famous Black and \Yhit.e Ointment. The mother of two diujulitera tsr Your need in cleansing is good sonp. and two sens, all but our. live Enjoy Black and White Skin Soap, here. They iiro: Mrs. Li-slie Moore, r.-rtnn and Jame.s Calhev. and _, The affair is -under the auspice. of the Altar Society of the Church 01 the immaculate Conception. Postpone meeting ^.he meeting "of Sisterhood of Temple Israel scheduled for Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. ' A i Moms ZelJner has been, postponed i ri r ,^4 < indefinitely, it was announced to dnnKs * c r ° u " Malrons Bridg(! to Mrs. Carolyn Armstronc and | »rW E o award to Mrs. Tom Hopper. ! ' ard P , cre Er?. Lewis Knlertains Mrs. T. C. Lewis wa; PJan Costume Bali. The costume ball, annual uffairl? r a - ? Ven . °' c}oc * ' 1nn >' Tm>rsi of the Cotillion club, will be *ive'^ ray , ms . 1u wncn ' she lu) Saturday nig;u. March 29, at the:Ji,. °o ,\° g » C !'- b aiKj American Legion Kut. accordin^ to ' Mts ' Ralph RlIsni »S «»^ who has been at M hospital in «St. he ttriderwetit a can- operation, is now very much : improved. Hr expects to be able iced j t o r pt urn h.omc the latter part of I this \veel:. 1 Fred Vau^Un of Memphis spent fist week end here with his wife and other hostess Mlcme as guests . Tlie St l ncllt v;as CiUnr d nut '" lU ^ S ' ^ U1CS 3Uri gh vS:orc announcement made today The committee appointed to work out arrangements for the dauc« ; ,s made up of Mr. and Mrs R A Nelson,, chairmen, Mr. and Islrs. James J. Pickren, Dr. and Mrs. F. ~ E. Utley, and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. i DISCOMFORTS Sheitqn. '•-..•.' 's. Dick Patrick decora- plate. woul lo s ' Marvm Willis: second hi-h °J j: Have Welfare Program •Miss Anne Council, statc child! ( v;elfare worker, and Mrs. G. R. 1 ^Carter, child welfare chairman of I American Legion Auxiliary, dis-' cussed their work before members i — of-: the .Armorcl Parent Teacher i Now Blany Wear " Nation Thursday a f t e r n o o n i they met to elect officers. ! ' Mrs. Howard Cald-vteH was nam-1 ed president Other ofiiccrs chosen i .vere: Mrs. T. E. Tate. first -vice- ! - president; Mrs. Jessie - Ridenouv. j second vice president: Mrs. Ga.r-1 MENTHQLATUM Quickly Rslieycs STUFFINESS SMtFFttKG SNEEZING 17 \ T o- n rri-n^rnr- JPAJLhE TEIVi Ii >,.-,. T ./.7 -„ v , , ., * >uh Llltle worry HK%r 3aush or sneeze ^itu- ° l ]n * cure fals « teeth or >3£ SST^-'ti^ S: I ETr ^ f - f * % •ttsr-sw?!^ r^r£&gK L. Hale, ,tiis- ';treaswrer.; : Mrs. E torian.' ; "'• Also on the program wpre ChrLs- nausea. Its alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plate odor" (denture DISTRIBUTORS JOHN MILES MILLEK 12S W. Ash 1'honc 118S or 375 Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville. Arkan!<as Specials! Extractions $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates ...... S25.00 (Extractions Included) Bungalow on Chick a- sawba. Hot Water Heat, atlic fan. Terraced lot$3758—Terms v Possession today. LAID CO. v HENRY TRAVERS . FRANKLiK PAHfiBCRH Distributed by RKO RADIO Produced by HAROLD UOYD Directed by RICHARD WALtACE Screen play by Frank Ryon and Serf Granef Also Paramount Xcws TUES.-WED.-THURS. (Tuesday will not be Bargsuu Niffht this Week) f A Thousand Wiles i Of Oanger..A Thousand % * [ Thrills LAST TIMES TODAY with LLOYD NOLAN & Lynn Bari Abo Fox N"c\vs it Conn-dv TCKSDAY & >VK!)NKSI,),\^ BASGAIN NIGHTS lOc i 2y c appiness with Mildred Cole Richard Ainlc. Sclccicd Boxofficc open 1:15 to Uoxofficc open {>::;(} to :•'*() LISTEN TO a.m.. 12:43 p.m.. 4:30 St. Patricks Day MONDAY NIGHT American Legion Hut i) p.m.-'lil-12 p.m. Admission 25c per person The Public Is Invited !T S nEW In ilYTISElfflLE! CONTAINING VITAMIN B 1 (TffiAMIN) IRON and NSCOTINIC ACID To the many people not eating a did adequate in all csseniiaJ.s and especially those who depend largely upon bread for U»'ir vitamins, this n c w , E N - H1CKKI) HitKAl) win n«: a boon indeed. A ?im{j!e ami tasteful \\-ay of sociirinsf that important vita m j n 151, rrhlamini as well as Iron ant! Xicotinic Acid. Tin- next t>me you ncefl I-rcart. insist en KX- RiCHED BREAD. PEK LOAF ffiER IAS IT! Call For Blytheville-Made Bread — It's Enriched — e Baking Co. * If s a a rga / n Independent, coil action gives "Luxury Comfort.' 1 S5 more is dieap for ihal- Sag-Proof Eelsr;; that won't lircnk down. \Torjh at least >5 extra. It lusicd 3 times as long in tiurauilily (csls. Ili longer life is worth S5 more. '..•uaraturecl for It) years. At' 50c a year . . . i\'cll, ibat figures oul $5, toy. FOR A A ISIGUT Look nl all ihccc c.v/fff fc.-ihires of flic ! rest. ilo price \ s $39.30. Figured over 10 years: of gervki?, I ha I nusVo? if cost, aboul a penny ff nisht. Conic in ;uxj scr I'or yourself the extra value in a Beautvrcsl. Our biulgel terms make it easv lo own cue.

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