The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1941 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Fletcher Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. S. P. Martin. Ora Holland Birthday Club meeting 1 o'clock- with Mrs. Ira Koonce. Miss Frances .McHaney entertaining Cee-Que Bridge Club. Mrs. J. L. Nabers having Thursday Bridge Club. Thursday Desserl Club meeting with Airs. O. P. Barber. Woman's Council, First Christian Church,* meeting for Pre-Easter service, 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim Tabernacle, meeting with Mrs. J. L.' Col em an. Mrs. Ira Crawford entertaining Y. M. B. Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining. C. B. C. Club. Mrs. Gene Reagan entertaining Jolly Eight Club. Woman's Council, First Christian Church, meeting for Pre-Ea'stcr service, 2:30 o'clock at church. Aid To Britian Billie Payne Ei To M&rvin R. Sanderson Mrs. Louise Payne announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss t Billie Payne, to Marvin R. Sanderson of Liixora. The wedding will be solemnized during the early Summer. Miss Payne was graduated from the Blytheville High School. For the past year, she has been connected with the E. C. Robinson Lumber Company. Mr. Sanderson is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Sanderson 'of Stuttgart. He. was graduated from Arkansas State College at jcnesboro and is now principal and coach of the Luxoni High School. * * * Gives Dinner Party Mrs. E. F. Fry gave a dinner party for the teachers of -Sudbury school Thursday night at her home. In addition to 'the teachers, Mrs. Fry also had as her guests, Mrs. Elma Armstrong, Miss Med- rkh 'Hancock. Miss Lola Na.son, rind Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. The dining table was de:oraied with low bowls of jonquils and narcissuses, while spring flowers were arranged about the other rooms. Easter baskets of eggs and rabbits served as placecards. Following dinner, cards were played. « * * Club Has Wiener Roast Members of the B. K. T. club were entertained Saturday with u wiener roast at the home of Shirley June Barhar-il After, beano was played the group listened to a rndio program. Is Hostess to Club Miss ^Virginia Nunn was hostess to members of the Friday Contract, club and two guests, Mrs. Chas. Langsibn and Mrs. Bennett Bernard, for a party -at her home yesterday afternooti. Refreshments were served af tor- ihe games. Mrs. Jesse M. White was high and Mrs. Bernard, second hish scorer. fJERE are a couple o£ smart play suits from the British-American Ambulance Corps collections-now in stores throughout the country The model at left is a one-piece affair withcardigaa IShr h? '''r PQlt f? ]S -" v i^y Palfn-" The other ofcy- ight, m_ Crowns of England" print, is one-piece with a' matching, "—>-'-• ^ v a ' Club Meets Members of the Tuesday club and two guests, Mrs. Russell Parr and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, were entertained at ihe home of Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann yesterday afternoon. A spring: motif was carried out und cookies were served \ buffet style. Easter eggs and & rabbit formed the centerpiece of the dining table. Wlien^M^Harman Taylor en- I 11 S I H T Hi M F tcrtamea members of the Tuesday 'UuiniLlllLLI Afternoon Club for a party at her home yesterday, she also" had as m ,\ MI n ~ ~ her guesu^.Mrs. Toby .Long imd Dlyiheville bl'OUp ib Com- Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. , r r A i Refreshments were served after P Cle ^OV Concert And the games in which Mrs. Taylor Marchina Hnnnrc was high and Mrs. Meyer G'raber mdlulin g HOllOrS was second high scorer. „, .. ..„ ~~~~ * . . Blytheville School band which made a creditable showing recently at the Northeast Arkansas 'district festival at Helena will go to Hot Springs for participation in the state festival April 25 and 26. This will be the local bands first trip to a state ccntcst and it has been made possible because of the fiowers whfcrT decorated j lh ° i nterc - st , of UarenLs of band the house and the salad plate membe P' The >' will go in a char- which was served after the ea.mes Bits of News Mostly Personals WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1941 Mrs. C. W. Ramey and Miss Emma Kate Richards will return oniHht from Columbia, Mo., where they have spent iwo days. They vill be accompanied homo by Mrs. Ramcy's daughter. Miss Eloi.se Rn- :ney. n student at Christian College who will .spend her Spring vacation hero. Ano'ther daughter. Miss Sue Ramey, who attends the Art institute in Chicago, will arrive tomorrow morning for the Easter holidays. Gordon Rnnicy, who also attends Art Institute, returned Monday after having .spent a few ciay.s with his parents. , Miss Loi.s Ingram of Jackson. Tcnn.. came today to be the guest of Mrs. Leslie Hooper and Miss i. 4 -- Hooper. She came especially for Miss Hooper's wedding Saturday to J. P. Newell Jr., of .Memphis. | Miss Billic Legnett, who attends ; tile University of Mississippi at! Oxford, will come tonight to spend i h'er S)>rlng Vacation here with her Ijaren'ts, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Leggett, nnc! family. Mr. Leggett mo- i tored clowi^i for her today. She will be here until Monday. "Bud" Fisher, of Washington, D. C.. who has been quite ill of peritonitis at a hospital in Alexandria, Vu.. is slowly improving and will prcbably be dismissed from I the hospital this weeU. His mother. Mrs. H. E. Fisher, who flew to. Wnsliingtcn to be with him, will I remain there with him i'or a while, i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn will return tomorrow from FayetteVill'e, • Ark., where they have been visit-1 ing their son, Marvin Nnnn, a student, at the University of Arkansas. Marvin will probably return here with them to spend his Spring vacation. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilhite and' family of Anadarko, Gkla., will ; spend the Easter week end here i with Mr. Wilhite's sisters, Miss Josephine Wilhite, Miss Cordelia Wiihite and Mrs. G. G. Caudill and family. „ Garvin VanMatre McLaren, a student ill the UiTivtrsity of Kansas at Lawrence .will come iiiurs- clay morning to spend his Spring vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McLaren. He \vi\\ •Return to school Monday. Mrs! Charles Gadihg returned Sunday from Memphis where she underwent an appendectomy at St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday. She is i-ecuplVrating al her home, 1037 West Walnut street. Mrs. G. C. Hawks and daughter, Miss Estelle Hawks, are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. Farris McCalla returned last night from Charleston, Mo., whore they had spent two clavs. Overholser Will Deliver Sermon At Easter Morning Program Final arrangements were made for the Union Service on Easter Sunday at Ins meeting of the Ministerial Alliance yesterday morning at the home of the Rev. James A. OverhoLser. The Rev. Mr. Overholser, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, is to deliver the sermon on "Christ's Finished Work" at the Union service. Ii will be at 0:30 o'clock at the First Church of the Assembly of God, Seventh and Ash streets. In charge of arrangements for the service are the Rev. S. A. Merrill, pastor of the host church and the Rev. Mr. Overholser. In an effort to create a more church-conscious community, the Alliance voted to instigate a drive for loyalty to the services and attendance in general m/oh the churches of the city. Window placards and small windshield stickers advertising this .sentiment to alien d wor.ship will be ready for distribution from the churches very scon. Mrs. Overholser was hostess to 10 members for breakfast preceding their business session. one was assisted by Mrs. Louise Crane huei. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Maggie Moody. Holland, •admitted. Mrs. Willard Wray. H'.iyti, admitted. Carol Ann Laciner, city, admitted. lilytheviUc Hos.pit;il Miss Lehnie Daniels, city, admitted. * j Mrs. Pi-eland Looriey. Luxora. | dismissed. Mrs. J. R. Holland, city, di 1TI.C....U. Mrs. Charles Stromire. city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital R. O. Belford, Manila, admitted. Huion Carnburn, Blytheville. admitted. . Mrs. Jesse Taylor was high and Mrs. Dixie Crawford second high scorer. Mrs. LaFerriey Honored Mrs. G. W. Moore emertamea ; Entertains riuit members of the C and N Birthday M," ? ,V. . , Club with a dinner at her home I la f r ^ J \£' ^ a ™ s 5i Tuesday night omplimcnting Mrs. ^^ ami* J, Kmg LaFerney. whose oirihday was the eighth. Cne giiest Mrs. Truman Kirby, tereri Greyhound bus. ncon Brd>P ?fte? attei- Her guests wi:re Mrs. W F Brwer. Mrs. Th-odore Logan and was also present, for the affair. I Mrs • -A birthday cake with candles]' «,'.;,,„„ ,.., lc ,. - . . »,, "Hcige \uis played m room dec- nf frVip Hii~>~ • » i . \JA i^iit. u < i t i or^i * Pf I 71*11 n ing table. Bingo was played follow- ] John FCU \K 0 l ' ... ... ^ games, after Celebrates Birthday scrvcd a salad h About 80 band:; from over the state are expected to take part in the state festival. The local group will enter the concert and marching band divisions. Bill {Morse will be.a euphonium solo '•entrant and majorettes will take part in the twirling ensemble event. At the district festival, the adjudicators stated lha't Blytheville had the best marching band and one of the three best concert bands in Northeast. Arkansas. They nraed Charles G. Morehead, local' dire-tin the Rometa Hill celebrated her ninth' (v,ricvoi\ fh-n >irthday yesterday with a party I jjj,. s r'c I :iven for her by her a tint. Mrs.! R \V--o 1 "' '• ^ Mdie McGregor at SCO ClavV; street. \ i^vo'-' '-'"h- > • .•>'• Eight guests were nrcspnr fnr tho A ' ,' 1 .?:_..'. U tei ', bir given Eddie McGregor at SCO Clark street, i guests were present for the; a m ,>r affair. Games v;ere played during \ eon the afternoon. " j f j ' • Refreshments ot pic and hn;.! ,'„'..,„" chocolate were served, were given as favors. and ATrs. C. i.sc.s to Char- Daughters ot" the at a lunch- selebraiip^ Av;ny ston country honie Masonic Lodge Meet 'Chickasawba Lodge. Mo. ir>4 Tlnrty-two million quarts of baked beans are calcn annually in Boston. THE BEST SANDWICHES ARE SOLD AT OSe Hickory Inn Across From High School Native Arabs will not walk on the streets with their wives. TOO I.ATE TO CLASSIFY l.nnd For Sale 16CO acres of cut-over land just west cf Harry Brown's Gin in >Dunklin County, near .state line f—about 10 miles from Blythe- {viUe. This tract of land was Grig:- ;inally owned by an estate which .an individual purchased and I am ^subdividing it into small tracts. 'Will be in my office all clay Saturday, in the Cooper Building. •Ri-ALES Land Co. i. •. I. For, Sale Arkscy and McCupin seed Soy 'Beans. $1.00 per bushel. Pure -sti-nsn. J. L. Terrell, Phone 1162. 0-pk-lG ^" • If Vou Suffer Periodic- •••••^ female Weakness AND NEED TO FORTIFY RED BLOOD! Lydia. E. Pinkham's TABLETS (with added iron) have helped thouscmds of-girls to relieve functional monthly pain and weakness. Pinkham's Tablets ALSO help build up red blood and thus aid in promoting MORE STRENGTH. Worth trying! Balloon, M. 7:30 o'clock at the Kail. There will be work in the E. A. degree, it lias boon announced. Are Guests of Clnh Mrs. Arden Crowdcr Shields Edwards were Mrs. J. N. Dillon of Ore oh ierday when she enipru-ncci Tuesday Bunco club al the home-) ic^i''^^^" P- of Mrs. George Shamlin. i j,^ ' In .the* games, hi^ii score pri//; ! t^v'-' went to Mrs. R. P. Lan;. so:onri • p j high to Mrs. Crowder and low io ! - t o' rv Mrs. Edwards. j "y- r A dessert course was .scrvc-d af- ; ed ^ ter ths girnes. ;• .. r » ", cciuorpicco was a bowl or ycl- j Jcnv daisies and E:ister place?ards j also addeci to the spvin-' roiors of I ihe vable,. Garden f lowers decor- Meeting v/a^ n-wncd with the 1 Amor- I resruUr ' prosenI- laH; on Club Parly Flowering qinhce and hyaciri-th;.. I decorated the home of Mrs. V. G. ! Holland yesterday afternoon vv.o:; ; , she was hostess for the Tr.'j.xriay I Contract club party. Mrs. E. F. Biomeycr and Mv.s Russell Green way plsyed carci.- "with the mfembers. Refreshments were sewed afl- j er the games in which Mrs. James i V. Gates was high and Mrs. Holland, second high scorer among the club- Guest prize went to Mrs. Blomeyer. * * m Class Has Party An Easter party icr members or the Triple L Sunday school class Of the First Baptist church was given last night- at the home of Miss Mary Jo Buchanan. Ten members .and a few visitor;-, tvere present Cor ih'e afl&ir.' ' Aitcr games had been plaveti, refreshments 61 iced drinks,- aand- LUXORA 'Phone 42 Mai, Sat.-Sun. 2 and 4 P. yj Every Night 7 P. M. Always We • We Fl.OWEHS FOR !•:ASTER! F?f a;v ]':>>v;or i.iiiirs First. Benunfijliy D-rcnrai'v; to Suit tiir Ocrasi'-.n. From nOr per pot to SI.SO err ;/>".'.. Also cvhcr bloomin: pi;<nt;- Como down and ni.a.kc your .selection and ^ vni; held them for you until Sausrcia. HITS" In The Gorgeous gowns, pcrfey bonnets, and tnm footwear arc enhanced by the sneer- ness of Rollins Chiffons. 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