The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1941 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 26, 1941
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 8:30 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club 199 having dance, o'clock, at Woman's Club. Mrs. J. A. Saliba entertaining Prosperity Club,. 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary S o c i c t y. Pilgrim Tabernacle, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jess Roark. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson entertaining Cee-Que Bridge Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. John P. Lenii. Mrs. George A. Hamilton having Thursday Bridge Club. Thursday Dessert Club meeting with Mrs. P, G. Reichel. Mrs. LaGronne Whitile entertaining Y. M. B. Club, Mrs. W. L- Homer having Mici- Week Bridge Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Anderso nentcrtain- ing Jolly Eight Bridge Club. Mrs. J- D. Smith having C. B. C. Club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion Club having costume j ball. 10 o'clock, at American Legion Hut.' ,Miss Powell and New Partner, Entertains Club Members 01 the Tuesday Bunco Club were entertained at a party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. W. Neal. Prizes went to Mrs. J. N. Dillon of OsceoJa for high. Mrs. \V. B. Nally for second high and Mrs. Lcndennie. Fowler for low. Following the games, the hostess served a salad * * r Arc Guests Of Club Mrs. L. H. McLaren and Mr.s. Eugene Dickinson were guests ot Mrs. W. W. Shaver Tuesday r.fter- noon when she was hostess for the Tuesday Contract Club party at her home. A .dessert course was served after the-games. Mrs. B. F. Potter was high and Mrs. V. G. Holland, sec- one? high scorer among the club members. Guest prize went to Mrs. McLaren. Caruthersville Society—Personal Mrs. James _Roblnson and Mrs. Christian winning prizes, The hostess served a salad course. coffee and candy at the close of the meeting. * •* » I Auxiliary Installs i Twenty-seven members and live visitors were present last Thursday afternoon nl the Presbvterian j Church to witness the installation i ceremony for the newly elected I officers ofi the Auxiliary. : Officers installed were vice presi- ent, Mrs. O. W. Cook; secretary, MAftCB 26, 1941 , Wheeler; secretary of Mr*. assembly '« home missions, Mrs. C. ; F. Cain; secretary of religious edu- ction, Mrs. Edna Cowan; secro- Paul Horner chairman or Circle , here with the Brown Shoe Com-!->«— Two, Miss Nellie Summers chair- 1 pany to accept a position with the man of Circle Three, and Mrs. l Sports Specialty Shoe Company in Gcorcrc Crockett chairman of Cir- ! Chaffee. cle Four A hanaKerchief shower was Riven Mrs. Homer Turner who has served Mrs. Robert Hawkins and small i ai '8 hters - Harriett and Julianna, «turned home from Clear' **•• wher tl > e y as an officer of the auxiliary dur- ; * a « ' **•• , wher f tl > e y had been mg the past year Mrs Turner left * acatlonin 8 ior about two months. Ml an < ' s ' U p - Lu the past year Mrs Turner left this city with her family for Chaf- lee, Mo., where they will make their residence. At the close of the afternoon re- ! there' ireshments of assorted sandwiches. j. P. Lumsden have ie residence owned by Randolph at 500 Cotton, and plan to make their home ~ v ' "oowiueu .vuiutMi;iii.a. c /-< oi,.. i , , . . chocolate Easter CRKS -iml t-oflec' ' ' SL( phaii and (iau 8ht(>r, Joy, were served. ! ch ' ovc w * «°». Chester, to Jackson Sunday on his way to Rolla where hesUjr ks lo be H Mrs'" w' ! V 1 P >1 , i tary ° f Chrlstian SOCial ^viee: Mrs. and M s W. A. ivmcc was lloliloss j JfK . k Hart; pjuslw , s akj and M,nl ' n ™' bn l,: U1(1 ^.v«.siU,r«,j Homer; chairman of church Social ^ Elolse Davis has gone lo Tlptonville for a visit with friends | Mrs. T, W. Collins and son. Billy, ' (: of Sikeston were here Monday to Keigley who is connected vlsit with Mrs. Jack Hart. *Mrs. with the United States Finance I c _ ollins is a forme r resident of this Panama j Clt - Vi .. .serving the second vear ™"* 1 ^° n c arrived here to visit Mr. and Mr.s. Harold Jones and Mr.s. Clay Greemveli opened the of their two year term * , Wlth fri ends. Mr. Keigley is a -small son left Saturday for Hot mcetiDK wiih a poem on Spring.; Mrs. Amburgcy, auxiliary presi-i Prm , e , r em p 10 3 Te e of the local* branch j Springs where they will vacation Power j for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown have . - ••••" "»/.'i-v.xj vi,- n .m-iit, JJJI.M.UI ,>> mo Mrs Paul to jj members and two visitors, i Homer; chairman of church 'sochl ale Kei 8tey who is c Monies. Van .Johnson and S. C. i activities. Mrs. H V Ll'"e]felner lWtl1 the Unil ed States Christian. Monday afternoon at j The other officers of the oreanixa- De P 4rtm «nt branch at "« tK -'' hol "<-- (ion are .serving the second vear a ^ al Zonc a ^ived here Mrs. clay Grcenueli opened the of their two year term * ' Wlth fri ends. Mr. Keig mcetinK wiih n poem on Spring; Mrs. Amburgcy, auxiliarv pren- ! former employee of the loca. inns were made tor a wild Mower''dent, announced that the auvilian- tlie Al> kansas-Missouri r 1 ;,* 1 ;',:..:!". •"IT, 1 '"-- «"»«= « **>» i °. <*** «^^"uS - will be held at the Caruthersville high school Friday afternoon, ^ March 28. from noon until four m o'clock, according to an announcement by Supt. R. M. Pierce. The purpose of the project is to acquaint parents with work being done by students at the high school. Exhibits of their work will be placed through the building, and members of the home economies department will serve refreshments to parents during the afternoon. year and also that the Polosi Pros- Corporation. the nt'xt rcyuhir meetine. c — -»--v. vv**v*/vjiU*>(4Tl *-A~ " -•-••w. *-n.i AAUJHUi •Mr.s. H. H. Piymon hod charge b - vfcri ' l l will be held for Presby- ''Burned homo from a tw oi tlio program "Furm and Home ; lovial Churches in this district on i V!lcatiot) J » Hot Springs Grounds. Made Attractive", wad .she Al)ril 7 " 8 :U Potosi. I Mr. and Mr.s. Homer Turner -inci -.'' s M y -i, t s i ri A ,^ vui : 1 s^r i "^- ^~^n,^rr •™^™m^%£ sr^irr ru= Air. and Mi's. Ed HuJfman have i ^ ono to Fe stus, Mo., whore his ' ' mother i.s seriously ill. Eleanor Powell, after dancing with most of the big names in tho Jioofing business, chooses "Buttons," half terrier and half bengle, foj* her partner in her newest movie. Francis. Mr.s. O. P. Barber, Mrs. F. j E. Utley. Mrs. Jamcn Terry, Mrs. j George M. Powell of Panama Canal Zonc. housegitest of Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck, and Mrs. Ellis Snipes of Cape Girardeau, houseguest of Mrs. H. L. Chambers. T IT '4 ' ™- />i , clll -' > Pint's ux-iu to Mrs. Ren- Is Hostess lo Club ; km wctcnkamp for hi^h and Mr.s. Miss Virgmia Little was hostess Harman Tay!or for ; soc0nd hlgll to members of the Double G Club nnd , ucsl pri2e , t to Mr .,_ FvancLs . for a party Tuesday night at her nign . anc , Mrs . Tcrry , ^econd high. 1 £? e ' , I A sandwich plate Refresnments were served during j aftor lhe ganu , s _ uie games in which Miss Margaret + * Bits of News Mostly Personal* Shaver was high and Mi:^ Mary Spain Usrey second high scorer. •* .» « Entertains Club Honor Recent Bride, Mrs. Kverctt B. Gee iind Miss i , 'Wcy Kir.'ihncr spi'nt. Monday in j was sen-cd j Memphis. * | Mr.s. H. A. Doyle is convalescing | at her honn: on Highway 61 north •; following n major operation per- Mr.s. Eddie Burks and her cUiugh- | formed oiglu days ago ai Memphis Itcr, Miss Peggy Burks, entertained i Baptist hospital. She returned . . i with a linen shower last night in home yesterday from thr hospital. An epei-gne of mixea flowers was ;^ honor of Mrs. Charles Kennemorc, Mrs. Ellis Snipes and sou.. Rob- asea m the center of Mrs. Eltqu WJ10SC marriage was announced re-1 ert Tipton. late of Cape Girardcau, \v.. Kirbys luncheon table Tuesday - -- — • •- -------- .when she had the Tuesday Bridge Club party. In addition to the members, her guests were Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Mrs. Harry Kirby was high and Mrs. Baker, second hig-h scorer in which followed lunch. Has Club Party When Mrs. Muvrav Smart had the Tuesday Club party Tuesday afternoon at her home, she also had as her guests. Mrs. .G. G. Caudill, Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and her houseguest, Mrs. F. B. Levy, of New York. cently. Mrs. Kennemorc. is the former Miss Mildred Weathers. Fourteen yuests played bunco. Prizes went to Miss Mary Lynn Jackson for hiyh. Miss LeFetra May for "bunco and Miss Ann Buchanan for low. After the guest ot honor had opened her gifts, the hostesses served iced drinks and sandwiches. Attend Luxora Meeting Officers of the literary department, of the Woman's Club were the guests of the Luxora Book club for tea at ihc home of Mr.s. C. B. Wood and a movie Tuesday afternoon. A salad course was served after | Mrs. James V. Dates, chairman, the games. Mrs. Jesse Taylor was j Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb trcas- lugh ana Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann ! urer ;md Mrs. John F. Rcinmiller. was second high scorer. A gift was also presented to Mrs. Levy. * * 4 Bridge Club iMccls Members of the Friday Contract, 'Club and two guests, Mrs. George, secretary, attended 'from this city. Officers of tho, Osceola Progressive Club were also guests. Later, the group attended the showing of "Gallant Sons" at, the New Lux D. Pollock and Mrs. Toby Long. were entertained at the home of All Club Members Mrs. R, C. Allen Tuesday afu-r- AUciul Bridpc Tarty Tue,sd.'iy afternoon bv Mr.s. irc cream and cake. ni noon. Refreshments were «ei-\-cd during the garner in which Mrs. L. S. Ben- .„ ....,.„,... ,.,,,,,,,,„, ish was high and Mrs. Pollock, .sec- i Emma Nolcn at, her home ond high scorer. j The emcvlninim: rooms were dec-' * i «ra;eci wit.h jonquils. ; ,aponic:n inn; Plan Men's Night. j other early flowers from her gar- Flans for the annual men's nicht i den. prog!am given by the Woman's Council of the First. Chnsunn Churcn Were made nt the Monday afternoon rvt the hoine Mrs. 1cm i-. Martin at DeU. The program will be Wecine^ night. April 9, at the church. ;\ George W. Bnrham will be charge of arrangements. A nominating committee wyj? up- pointed by jta»-a. K. M. Terry, v.'no urwiaed m the atxser.ce 01 Airs. </ojiu u. McRaney, presioent. Committee rnernoers are Mi p. bSarnam. Mr.s. R. c. ko?e ana Groruo w Patterson. ]Scw oificers w::i o? hv .stalleci the fir?t of July. Mrs. L. L. Ward. Mr.'. C. A. Tar.! and Mrs. J. crcU LO^T wrrr r,nm- eri to t-hc ccmmitlee i)i er.ntr.c c/t aitaiigetnenTs tor ti-.c May hrVrtk- • 'ionic tast- -given owiufJ'Uy for mcmiirio; ' [ 1<'* *•'.:>'?i'••••.<.. i ; .; of tne high school gradual; 1 , io'evot\ given class who arc alpo members of tho i; ' r 'f- f->f"ip ?in?: arc spending the week here with Mr.s. Snipes' muiher. Mr.s. H. L. Chambers. She will go from here lo Jackson. Miss., lo join Mr\ Snipes wiao has been transfen'ed there for a few months' .special work. Mrs. Betty McCutchca Seanlon and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Tom F. Martin, spent Die week end in St. Louis wiih friends. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barharr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe spcnL yesterday in Memphis. i Mrs. Harry Kirby :md Mrs. i Hunter C. Sims spent Monday in ; Memphis. i Miss Ertythe George and Miss Grace McFadden have gone to St. : Louis to do Spring marketing. They are expected to return Friday after having gone there Monday i night. i Everett B. Gee. II. H. Houchins ! and E. B. Lyman returned yester- I riny from H(»i Springs where V.hey | hnd vacationed for a week. Mrs. Korl VancHvcr and Mrs. i T,;<yton Pickard. of Kennott. were • All mombcrs of the Bi-Monthly | the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bridge Club attended the party | .^eymore and family ycstmUiy. .Mrs. B. A. Lynrh i.s til of a cold ;it. her home on, West Main street Mr. and Mr^. Elton ;irr sjiendiiv; today in Mi>. Micr Womaek spent the week end in 55. Louis wit.h her Following the gmnrs. sho served daughter. Mrs. Raymonci Fowler W. Kirby Demonstration Chil> News Notes I who underwent r\n operation at a i hc"<plti»l there. Mrs, Fowler is now • rr.ovenm; aftrr hHVinp been re- l moved to nor hornr. | M. A. Isaacs is expected 'o be ! out. tomorrow nfter havini; been i ill of ;\ sinus infee! ion. ' Mi5r. Betty June Easley is ill of me't.vles ;U her horiir, u-27 Chicka^a \vb;t avenue. Mr, Christian Churcn. JV'lTS. H&llh scripture reading. "Parabfc o! it.c Ten Talents" from ihc 25th chapter of Mauhew. Mr. Pauer.iou offered prayer. A dttscit plate witl; coffee '-v: ; £CT7rrt the 20 ir.euiber.s and visitor. 'Mrs. B. W. Ttw?c;»!t. lowing the social hour, tiif .continued tlieir seeing lov Ainencan Tt^d Cross, trc f5tile;> |.;.iv ?rhrr,rer a:i:i ;'r tio^tfiVH'Vs to Yavbro Home L" r r n r.jreVl'v. : tin- Sr"r,e:«rc:' IH-;U-C; <.r.-i! n !j 1r ^til•-. S'. m t'.r;:;ev c-f "America." i* uonn. "I,-- It TV ho V7. A. r' Mn». C. !•'. Tucker' a-:id s. Mi. 1 ^ Lynette Tucker oi Co.lepe . :u. Columbia, ? vi; fneni. :uvci Mrs. Al't'Iick. spent Monclfiy in • lohn CHnric,- VvS-,;''-. ;., r, ot Mr Mrs. .r-'o;,- 'M. \vhii.e. L-, nblc to lv <t^;' nt !•;•>• hnvini; been confined 'o ]u-; Uonie ^mcr Fviilny He ou. Lost Cctjie News Has Party for Clob, j ' Orchid, altf yello- color scheme! ornphasized in tatties and bouquets ' of. Jo«^j; Carried oi,l o sprm s | •'.« party given by Mp:.vo ?fc M , ri », J..B.-Btotey at her home y ester-! attended the day for menroers of the -liicsday! nomic TO y ;i TC> ; 'N Mr. ;>v.c! Marcu.-i Lvraixi 'iii.- yc:Merci:iy 10 ar - : pe'.'irii;st Mr. orici Mr.\. By: on ?-i\;rr,fj vr,.| cron liltor e rye v.heu h» by a pUiymtitc. y on s .nrt ;ire M. Ire,;:; Keck \viicrc they .spent the eiir' ^ith their con, r.- 1 . :.;uci Mr.s. Mort'C Vir.f.iiia Nunn are spendlug today ;n Memphis Mr?. B5».f.y McUuWifili w.MUJan MiGtoreci *o Hot ^Springs tcclny toi- her mother, Mrs. O. W. McCiu- encM. >vho has been v ., . , . ! -•-•->-• »^>.»ii 11 V..LV M iil'CihlW V lio in*. -. - - lhe C1UO meiuBcriibt-tf, vh.iij])p hn- -••,-,-''„ were the 'following guests: "Mrs. Al-! i u! mxl to her ho'.iu' ' • s-'.-/"" bert'K. Taylor, Mrs. KavanaughMits., Sunday. '" O ' f ' 01 " AILANTA. Ga, ilil ? 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