The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1939
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-mo BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Charles L. Wylle entertaining Delta Contract club. American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 r'Mock at Hotel Noble. Fur-Trimmed Cohibihation Dinner Party Honors Weekend Hemscguesls. Mr. and .MIS. A. 0, uuie enter- talfled members of,(lie Thursday L-ui:c!ieon club and tholr husbands with a dinner party last night tit tlrelr; home In compliment to their weekend, house guests, Dr and Mrs. F. M.- Hogans, of Lincoln, III. • , Dinner was served biiflet style' after , which bridge was played Mrs. l^eretl B. GCQ received high score' prize. V * « lias Winner Parly. .Sobert K. Johnston, of Oklahoma City, Oklrt,, entertained nine guests with n dinner parly nt the Jiotcl Noble Wednesday night, Mr. Johnston relumed to his home yesterday after having attended to business here for several day's. * » * Has Club Parly. When Mrs. Russell Phillips hr-ii iv • party ' yesterday 'afternoon for members of tlie Thursday Luncheon, club, she also had as her guests Mrs: James H. Bell and MrnT Hiinler 0. Sims. A fruit centerpiece was 'used ou (lie dining room table vvhlcli was made colorful by Thanksgiving placecards, In the bridge gaines which followed, Mrs. Everett B Gee war, high scorer and Mrs. R, P. Klrsh- ner, second high. » « » Have -Class Parly. Members of'the Phcbcnti Stindit? school class of'the First Baptist cliurcli were entertained at an old fashioned plsy party, given last night by Mrs, George Jneium and Mrs. Wade Reeves •.at" tlio Reeves home. Old fashioned games nnd con- |pitf> were played after which n sandwich, plate was served.- Lolly-, pops were given' as favors. » * 9 Entertains Club , Yellow chrysanthemums decorated the. home 'of Mrs. M. ' 0. Usrey yesterday afternoon when shtv entertained members of the Mid-Week Bridge club uwl one uuesl. Mrs. J. H. Elkiris, with M party at her home. Lunch was served nl the dining table after which bridge was play- efl, Mrs. \V. L. Horner was given Iho' high score prize. i ' - * # 9 Thanksgiving Motif " '••'•. Deed I'cr Club I'arly A Thanksgiving inollf was used Mi tho decorations for the party Klven. Tuesday by Mrs. Meyer ara- ber for members of the Tuesday Afternoon club nnd one guest, Mrs James Terry. Refreshments were, served at the Kiir-trlmmed spafp, often lo match your fur coat, now take an important place alone; with mulfs, fur-trimmed bags, hats anil cloves. They keep ankles warm on chilly of course, ami are chic with any day costume. ?M*5«^"*%:iC Miss -Butjt was Bits of New» Mostly Personal* Censor Freezes Reno Knees Relehfl, who attends. the University of Alnlmmn uf rusealotKu, ,sl,opp«| hero yesterday* or' a brief .'visit wltli his parents, Mr. atui Mrs. I 1 '. G. Kelcliel, and 'athily. He was en route to Colmn-' Jin, Mo., to attend lha convention f the National Association of Lutheran students being held ut ;he University of Missouri, He Is I i delegate of the Etti chapter of : aintna Delta. A group of friends ..„ — ^, v ^,. v ,, uu ,..„ . rup o rens of I w games in xvhld, , nc i u;ill!? u slu( j e nt pastor «t he . Rllt.f u-nv liloH cr*Krni :i.-* _____ _il.. _, .. . .. ond high'. » * : » Is Hosicss.To Club Mrs. J. M."WnUanis was hostess Is members of the Thursday Afternoon club and one guest, Mrs. Doyle Henderson, with a party yesterday afternoon at her h:me. :In the rooms where the guests Played bridge, the hostess lad arraiigert: bouquets of chrysanthemums. Mrs Doyle .Henderson received the high score pilzc. 'A dessert course was served at the conclusion ol tho games. • « * * fs Guest of Club. *- Mrs. J. G. Barnes played crux's with members of the Double Fcir. Bridge club yesterday attcrnoc/T when they were entertained nt ihc home of ! Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. 'Hie apjiroachiug l)0ilday v;n; emphasized in the "turkey" designed tallies and table covers iistrt by the hosiess Blooming plar.ts were the floral decorations. A salad plate was, sirvetl ni'lcr the bridge games. Mrs. Teti Kin: was high scorer and Mrs. W. S. Langdon, second high. Has Dinner Dance For Employes Thursday Night A dinner dance in 'celebration ol Ihe success of Waul week which was observed nt the Moniaomorj Ward store here a week aco v,as given last night at the Hofcl Ko- We for eniplojes of the -.tore and their guest*. .White red, jvhite and blue l,:it- loon fioatcd above the Dlue room, a'three course dinner was served! .Tables were also decorated in 'he three colors indicative of Armls- !tcs day. Bouquets of red salvla and white chrysanthemums rlankcd bv blue tapns were arranged dowr ' iVio centers of tables rlilelr !w.< red, while and blue rimnm. J T., Smith.- mann'ier of Ui. ^Uirc, tirctlded as lca--tmaj,ter. A toast was given hj L, c Brady after which Mrs. Robert :Wndc ,ir" ,- hUroo;uced the perfonnrl of Ihi' .store in a humorous I?!K plher cnteitaiiiment number.-; on tlK! program were a ucgio tap dontei end daiicliij by Iho the Rev. ~ ., "* :\ — --•=•• «~~.~. wjiMt^auv -oj niiioBHuii lue and Mrs, Carleton (jmlth Jr., sec- 3. w . H( , h |i, were with him. U T. Moore Jr., of Rldgiey, reni)., will spend the weekend hero .vlth lil.s parents, Mr. and Mrs, b, l\ Moure'Sr. He \\i\\ lie ncconi- :sn!ed hern by little Manila .Vnlker, nlso of Rldgley, who will )c the weekend guest cf the' Moorcs, Mr. lint! Mrs. E. M, Terry went 'o Conwny today to spend two Says with their son, E. M. Terry Jr., who Is u.student at Hendrlx :ollcge there. Miss Marilyn IJrpwer Is lea vim; Sunday for Fort Smith where she .vill be employed. Miss Kara Jo Uttle and Miss! Margaret Shaver left this after- noou f:r lOvanston, 111., where they .'111 spent! the weekend with Ml« •flnry Tipton Ross of Cartltlier.-:- villc-, who atteiuls Northwestern "Jnivcrslty. They are joining n party fi'om'.,C«rutlicrsvillc for the . «. roinij up cspcclnily for Die NorlhwiMtem-Purdiie foul'jnll BBIIW '.qmorrcjv. Miss Blmver formerly itlendcil NuiUwcotcrn, Mrs. L. T. ; Moore Hr., is ii\>le ;o ie out niter hnviiij; bnen coiiriiicci o hi?r bed. tor several weeks l;c- :auso of nn intecteil llmk The conditlpr. of Mrs, Rtipni 7ra(ton. who has bren very :,?;i- •ujlylll. Is improved today. Osceola Society ~ Personal Mr. mid Mrs. W. Leon' Smith Students wid rltUens of Reno Louis.' ire srcnrtinj today in Memphis Nov.. fight to keep Frank Bell Speaker Tweiity-oiio members of the Mis- slsslppl G.unljr Agricultural couii. ell heard Frank 'Bell, ^coretajy- trcnsurer of the Production Credit Assrojlutlon, toll of the origin Growth, and workings of the oi> Banlzallon nt their ninthly supper meeting and business meeting held at tl»o Osceola Community clubhouse Tuesday night. : Krcenmn Robinson of Ulythevlllc vice president of the county council, presided in the absence of Harold Splcer, president. Miss Inez Klncald Is secretary <f the, group Following Mr. Bell's address, he conducted an open forum In \vtiich members asked questions relating to his work, The 29 members of the council Include all Sinltli-HUBUcB, Home Econ-nilcs and vocational a,nr!6ul- tmal teachers of the county; coiinty and home demonstration 'agents nncl their assistants; AAA administrators ' and their ussistixnis;' PSA director aiui their assistants; REA director; Production' Credit execuV lives and heads - f the Dycss Rural ReliaMltatlon project. : Meetings are held on the first Monday night of each month''with the next' meeting anonunccU. for the Rustic Inn in Blythovllle ;oii Dec. 5. » » * , ' '^ W. M. U. Meets Plans .for a mission study class noxt week, the Lottie M:on Sca^oh of Prayer and offering for Fore!?)! Missions nnd reliorts Irgw' etahHlng committees were made and hsavd at the monthly business meeting 31 tlio Baptist W. M. U. Ht'.'the church Monday aflein:on.. • • '• • Tlio permanent and yearly watchwords repealed in unison singing of the W. M, ,U. hymn" and flevotloual message by Mrs. Harold 13. Tltlmnn opened the meeting. Mrs. Jeltle Driver acted as Secretary In the absence of Mrs. Clem BOK'en, regular secretary. ' >. •'• One hundred ami twenty .'Guide nooks for 1040 were'ordered? which :i!so serye its, year books toi-.Hlit members. Mrs. Ma Tnckcr, enlistment chairman, reported fow nbv members during October; Mrs,.pa- vld 'f'ravls, Mrs. Janies Sanders Mrs. M..L. Mayo nnd Mrs.-Dryai Rogers, hringiiig the total • ihem- bcrehlp to 112. Mrs. Glascoe statet thR.v,.t)ic mlsccllancou.s-,shower fo». tho Saptisl liospltal In Uttle Rod included 25 pieces of linen and 6f quarts <t food. Mrs. Burton re ported » large box of clothing sen' to l.he Orphans Jlome at .Monti-cello. Plans tor tlie mission study clas lo. be taught by Mrs. K. H. Jone. ne>it week Mere sinr.imccd \rtlt' hostesses for eiioh afternoon. Th ; book, "Dny Dawns 111 Yortibi Lnnd't will be studied. • * -.* E. H. Burns, county dcmonstro. (Ion agent; Miss iur-z Kincair' home dciiionslJ-aUrn agent; Coy l Kclfres, AA,\ administrator iinci" iii | assistant, Dan fJccd, were in Jones j bora Tuesday for Iv. AAA mcetln to leafit details of the program, . The Rev. Jj. T. fjRwrcncc. p.isto 'of-Iho I'resbylerlan church, A. W B wen, siiperintendent of the oun day school nnd K. s. Chiles ar. Ill Memphis tonight for the Kclij lotw. Education .conference: held a tlie Second Prcsbvterlnn church h that city. • ' ,' J. B, J3ium. Lehman Williams, ei M. .Hodges," Dr. Lonzo Jfowkn, Dr Oeorgo Cone, I«o Sclirelck anc Jake Tlirallktll nlll go to Memphis loniglit for Iho Shrine G'crcmoula il Al Cliymia, Temple at the Memphis auditorium. Mrs. John Edrtnglon, accompj- nied by Mr«. s. .S. -Stcrnberg O f Blylhcville, la. In Helmut today foi the meeting of tho Pliillljir. County Federation of Women's Oltibs. They are special guests <f Mrs. Krtwu'x Bnvens, dean of llir- department (Chairmen of the General Fedcra- UOH'of \VoinrnVCl»l*i. • •'"' ' Mrs. Anna Davidson haj, icloi- cd from a monlh's visit with her sister. Mrs. (Jiiy Chaciwich In ire sECiimg nay \ n Memphis Mcv.. fight to keep dijiij.lcil kncc.s Mrs. T. V. Conner of Dyci-i Mrs .vliere Mr. Smith is ,'.ttemlln« to of Co-ed Elsie Crablrce. Unlver- It. C. DuvWsoii nii'd-' Mr?' loc' JW ^ 1M3f : .. ., | si| y of Nevada Orum maporctle,! — 1 —— ^<\lll J. Matt}\e\Vfi. IprrtiMv nr Kl frrtil h^iii(r ^ln-niirlc,,] TI....~ i. u . n - ^IHHMBnBBa^iHa^MHBiBvavrvrn ' T. . ;'•,'• lH j tlu ; w:i ' recently of Sl.Urc.m being shrouded."'Bare''kn.;S Louis, loft. Sunday for Baltimore while silk lights, strutting nnd ;here. he has accepted a position 'prancing hove been barred by with Ihc civil service. Ho lias Bran of Women Margaret Muck. o:en (he giicsf of' Mrs. Matthews' --Karl Potter, .wcretaty; Mrs. J. M. Stevens, trcasmcr. ' I Mrs. \Vooci.ini iwd chnrgc ot (he projiiun whicli was a discussion nl.needs fl Iho community. Airs Lewis siive a lalk on '-rips About. Flo*crs nnd Shrubbery", and Mrs. I R. A. Oreemvay told "The Legend or the PoUixcltm". | Tlie served » dc,v,crt plate to Uia U members prtscnt. j jarrnts, Ur. arid Mrs. H. A. '.or, for ubout two week:; ^tls MatHtews. who ?s .still with her parents, will Join him hi Baltimore, in n few weeks. Mw. Georgia Jf. Hunt \vi!t Lnke Ciiy tiiis altcrncon 1)0. (0 the weekend wish Air. Hunt. Mis. loin P. .Miirlin has rottirn- «1 from Memphis where she con'•'"--' a .sptclnll-sl.' ' ' . As a result. of tlie. sivlcs conteU . . Wa.rci week, j. E Biadley, of the" lire Uiparimcnl. \vis presented, first priw and U H. Butts, head or- the nun's depart- 'Mrs. M. W. Lewis vis cl L "lrd mrnt, ttas presented second prize. ' president, of the Dell Hc>n» Dcm- Gucsls included 12 cmplojts ot onstraliou clul) at a incclhi» at i Demonstration 'Glub News Notes t:iislrf'.v Sword Displayed ALBANY. N. Y. (UP) - Newest addilioiis 1 to Ihc Albany Institute r.l Hiitory mid An Include a num.. ter. ol exhibits ot tlw old., Inclutilni! CJfiicn'il Ous- •,. , Read Courier News ^ant ads. I Otl'Ci' officevs. chosen were: Mrs E. M. Woodard, vice president; Mrs.' \Vert Optometrist "HE 51AKKS 'EM SEE" Orer Joe Isaacs' Stota Phone 540 BUY NOW PAY NEXT FALL You can buy anything in our line now. iia.vinjc only oni--hall doivn and Ilip balance ticxl fall, providing: (lie total tjill amuuntb to Slo or more.' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1939 FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Miss June -Branson, daughter ot Mi', and Mrs. u. K. Branson, Is one if the seven girls at Brcnavi college, Gainesville, Oa., who will be named In the Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities which will ue released from '.he press Jan. l. A senior at the college this year. Miss Branson has received numerous honors during her college career. This year she. Is serving as Hlitor of the IJrcnan annual, president of her si-.rorlly Delta Zetn, president of Tri Beta, honorary blologk'u! fraternity and Is on the student government honor court. She was one of six students chosen for a place in the outstanding senior scetkn of Iho annnnl. "Didn't he like school?" "Ho must-he says S0 me of the happiest years' o£ his life woi-e spent in the third graOo." Watson were guests at a bridge iinchcon given In Blythcvlllc Wednesday by Mrs. J.-E. Ben, Mrs. Chnrles Parlloiv mid Mrs. U S Allen. .. Love Banks of McCrory spent Sunday here with his s:n, G. Hart- ,>j|i Banks and family . Mis. J. Paul Baird and daughters, Joan nnc) Barbara, of Dyersburg- are here for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John MIDer. They uill return I;. Dyersburg Sunday. R, A. Bowen, of Pcrryvlllc. Ark., ivlio is spending the month of November here with his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Burnt and family, is in Olive Branch, Miss., this week ns guest .of his sister. Mrs. Betlic Enron. Mr. Dimn accompanied him to Olive Branch Sunday afternoon Mrs. E. M. D.-uglas is the guest of Mrs. George Edrington lor two veeks. Mrs. H. C. Davidson has closed tor kindergarten class for two weeks on account of wlropins; cough unong the small children." Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Boncy of •Slumps, Ark., are. here for the week ivllh their daughter,' Mrs. Paul Galloway and • children, while the Rev. Galloway is Jn/Morrlliton Ypr Hie o:iiference. . Mrs. Sallle J. Lynn, mother of Mrs. Tal Toiigatc. has spent, (he last'-Hcek in Ridfrelv. Tenn., as >niesl •>f her granddaughter. Mm. \V. E. Dunluji mid family.'Mr. and Mrs. Tongate will go'over for her today. Natlian Welniicrg went to Mom- •Jhlx Sunday to aceompany his wife incl infant, daughter, • Lynn Wein- Xrg, iKine from (lie Baptist hospital. Billle and Uu* Alexander .spoilt 'he vacation period last vycck with '•heir grandmother. Mrs. V. A Alox- wder, and with Mr. and Mrs. B C 3rceso In West, Memphis, Their •nother, Mrs. w. V. AlexniKlcr, and Mrs. Man- Bovrcii I'oilrns nenl to West Memphis for them .Sunday, accompanied by lilllc Janet Kins, •vho hart visited Mrs. p. T..fiose- wk'il niul Miss Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Edward'• Tea ford Jr. have returned rr:m Athens. Ala, where tlier went to take part In the wedding ol her brother. Douglas Ci. Ro^erj of Korl .Smith to Miss Mary Reed H.endriqks of Athens, \vhleh occurred at the First. Methodist church Saturday night. Mrs. Teaford was a. bridesmaid and Mr. 'rciif;rtl an iislicr. Mrs, Teaford and the bride wire classmates at Agnes Scott college, Dcsntur. Ga. Mr. Rogers is socre- tary-treasnrcr of Bruce - Rogers Company in'Fort Smith where tlicv will live....... Mrs. Hale Jackson' and'Mrs. Ida Tucker are In St. Louis this week visiting an aunt of Mrs. Jackson's. They will return I:day. nccomp\- nled by her mother, Mrs. U L. Vandc-rvoort of Chicago, who will sncnd several days here and in Memphis with another daughter, Mrs, Neoly Bowen and Mr. Bowcn. Mr. and Mrs. Maslin Rogers of San .Diego, Calif., are here fa- a visit will) his- mother, Mrs. Liuva Rogers and family. .They went first to Lansing, Mich., to purchase a neiv car mid then drove (o Osceola. Prom here they will go by New Orleans and (lie southern route to San Diego. Publication Will List Jane Branson Hunters Welcome Her* BILLINGS, Mont. (UP)—R. E. BiUeman, district agent for the ; Biological Survey, lias sent out an SOS for more hunters. Predatory animals—some p( them big game —are overrunning his district. Uuring tho past throe months bear killed 487 sheep, 1 calves, 2 cgwf. wirt one pig. Coyotes killed' "!« sheep,, a calves, 192 turkeys, 280 [chickens, la sase hens, 3 pigs, a gruise, 13 deer, 19 geese, and one duck. A mountain lion kiued :i deer. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal. Mrs. Hojijicr Hostess to |)ri(J S e ciul). Mrs.'Tom Hopper was hostess to! her-Tuesday Brid?clei;r.i at Jierl home thk week. The high score i prize went to Mrs. Dick Micoie'' second high to Mrs. Glynii Whi'e; oridgo to Mrs, Vclmer Camnbrll nnd Mrs. Michie drew high c-.nd. Mrs. Hopper .served a salad course, cookies and coffee * » * Lucky Nine entertained. Mrs. Ruel Ashev was hostess lo her Lucky Nine Bunco cinb at hoi- home Wednesday night. The high score pme went lo Mrs. Vclmcr Campbell who also received traveling bunco; bunco went to Mrs. Tom Hopuer and tow score went, to Mrs. Dick Michie. Hamburgers, cookies and iced drinks were served. Uau^htcr Korti. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lamb are Himouncliig tlie arrival of a ", l : pound baby girl at their home on Nov. 3rd. The baby has been given the name of Anna Mnrte. I>. and Mrs. L. E. Copper sp^u; yeslfrday in Memphis.'' FIGHT MISERY right, wlwrV (L/> you (eel It-wlth swllt-actlng \ \ VICKS VAPORUB PflY ON OUR I J. L. GUARD Optntnelrist Only Gr.idimle Optnme- irlst In BljthevUJo. Glasses Fitted Correctly For Best Results In Baking—Use Shibley's Best FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER At The Hospitals Bl.vllieville Hospital Mrs. H. H. Garnett, Liixorw, admitted. Mrs. Frank Kalz. city, dismissed. Walls Hospital /rominic, ?cid,. ,ci),y. admitted. • Ed Hoicomb. Manila,'.-itlmitied.'" Ethel Wiiller, city," iidmitled. . Mrs. Wysc Penj', city, admitted. Mvs. liarl Meadows, cilv flktniss cil. . ' Memphis Mcthiidkl llDspital a. T. Shcrrcll, Braggadocio, ad- niitlcd. T. N. Sh.crrcll, Braggad:cio, admitted. Mrs. Kale CHIsmlwl), O.'jcuola, admitttKi. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. J. W.'Price, city, admitted, STANDARD TIRES AND tOUK OLD TUE 4,40-21 4.50-21 Infant Training Early | TOLEDO (UP)—With every birth certificate the Toledo District Nurses Association hands out a copy of a pamphlet, "Your Child," prepared by the .library. PROPORTIONATELY tOW// HUY NOW WHILE TODAY'S LOW PRICES KXIST. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Ellis Snipes, Budget Mgr. 5th & Walnut I'liDUB 811) There arc no ' mosqujtoe:; in France, according lo rcp:rts from that country. Cal! Us For Prices Before Selling Your tirgcry, and XJuarantctrj ; . ' " A veiy safe and harmless nietliod; without coiinnameot to' bed, loss of tune from work and with very little discom- DRS. NIES & N1ES dilute 611 Main Blylhevlllo, Aik EBDIO AERIES ARE OUT OF DATE STABTS CAMPAIGN CLEAN UP THE ROOFS Lee Wilson & Co. Wilson, Ark- FRIDAY \ 'J.iO (Jrjort konMiii.v Wly you sliniiltt :iltcnct tills bliow Matinee or .\ishl 20,000 MEN A YEAR With Uundulph sicoll. Jlarqarcl Lindsay f.-, ['reslon Foster illurch of Tinir CommunUy Sins SATURDAY LEGION OF LOST FLIERS with Klrhnrd Arlcn & Kh Boy Williams Cartoon * Serial 'I'lianlom Cmi t is' AdmKvion i Oo ,t y.r, c ,\\\ i)j» iiicM—10r. In Kvcrjliotly \igh(—ten «• atli •v Fri. & SaL ROUGH RIDING RHYTHM «H)i Ken .Maynarit Cartoon A- Serial "Ughdni; Dcvll- LISTEN' TO KLCN 11:00 n.iii. — la^j p.m. — 4:3(1 |).ui. bRAND NEW 1940 NO AERIAL-NO GROUND NO INSTALLATION * BIG JO-INCH SPEAKER LOVELY WALNUT . CABINET JHE m BEAUTIFUL 1HW Models As Low As 95c Down $1,00 A Week , W. ADAMS. Mgr.

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