The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1941
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) -COURHEg- NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1941 Social Calendar ,-TUESDAY'S EVENTS Order of Eastern Star having stated'"meeting,. 7;3Q o'clock at Hall". Mrs. G. S.- Barnes entertaining Bi-Monthly. Bridge. Club. Lange Parent^ Teacher Association" meeting 3, o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30. o'clock. Mrs".''"Dixie Crawford having Tuesday Club, Mrs. James V. Gates entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Tuesday, Bunco Club meeting with Mrs.'R/P". Lane. Mrs,' Goronwy Poetz having Friday "Contract Club. Mrs. A, Conway, Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertaining lor Miss Patricia Shane, 7 ofclqck, at Conway home. "WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter p, P:E.O. Sisterhood, |||§; meeting 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. &.*& J. A. Leech. Mrs. Charles L. Wylie entertaining. Delta Contract club. > Miss Mary Borum entertaining with bridge party for Miss Patricia Sliane. • 'Mrs! Otto Scrape having ADC » Bridge- Club : at the home of Mrs. G. S. Barnes. Wednesday Bridge Club meet- 1 ing \vith'Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, i Mr,sv : ' Theodore Logan having • Double Four Club, i Town andi Country. Club meet- i ing with Mrs. G. G. Caudill. 1 ' : ^THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Cart Marshall entertaining |p|| . Y.MJB. club. i Prosperity club meeting 2:30 o'clock with. Mrs.'M;. George. | Altar- Society, Church of. the 1 Immaculate Conception, sponsoring t bingV "party, "8." o'clock, Catholic '* Hall. ' " . ! 'Club .199 haying hay nde and ' wiener- roast. Miss Virginia Little having Cee, Que "Bridge Club." f .Mrs!"'C; L. Nabers entertaining Thursday Bridge Club. Mrs. E. B. Dickinson having Thursday. Dessert Club. Miss Shane Announces Plans For May Wedding To Become Bride In May Presbytcrial during,the business I A. L. Reagan. The Rev. ' E. K.'Her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. T. F. _ e ii_ _ ^»»_^_j!'i_ A.._.nfX.Ur r>^....^.lt tin ef r»t* r\ 5<?%V\tc?Oftrl f\^n ffrrMlT^ fJl'MlSPV- session of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon. Reports were also made by auxiliary, officers, cause secretaries and. circle chair.- men. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty presided. The worship period was in charge of Mrs. Mattie Allen, who spoke of Esther as a woman who in time of great stress was faced with an opportunity, to serve accepted that responsibility. Sewell, pastor-, dismissed the group with, prayer. Bits of News Mostly Personals Creasey. Mrs. W. S. Brown, of St. Louis, the, week end with Mrs. W. K. Taylor. Mrs. Doyle Turner, who was uVj Mr, ancl Mrs. W. L. Corner ana charge of the study program an-;.son, Jack .attended the Gardci swored the question "Why the! pilgrimage in Holly'Springs Sun Christian College?" Assuming the; day. Mrs. Robert Scott and daughter, of Memphis, are visiting Mrs. Frank. Simmons and other rela,- ;ives here. Sandra Lee Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Toby Lone;, is ill of measles, She is at. the home Yarbro Honor Roll Is Announced Today Honor roll for the second six weeks of the second semester at the Yarbro school, was released today. Students on. the roll and the Mrs. R. c. Allen. She then invited questions from the audience. Mrs. Worthington, Mrs. John McGill, Mrs. O. P. Barber. Mrs. Young, Mi's. Zal B. KarrLon. and Mrs. George Muir responded from the floor. The meeting was closed with the repeating of the Mizpah benediction. * * * Club to Have Dance. A "backward" dance will he ^iven Wednesday night, nine o'clock, at the American Legion Hut. The affair is sponsored by the Younq People's. Club of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Ninth grade: Opal Manley. Sixth grade: Sylvia Swain. Third grade: Rose Emma Par- Tish, Ruth Krcch, and Miss Edna Ruth Freeman. Second grade: George Franklin Henson. Cailton Sheppard. First grade: Barbara Ann John- Jlytheville Students Are Elected Officials New officers of honorary and social groups recently elected at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. include four Blytheville students. Howard Frisby has been elected treasurer of Baptist Student Union. Miss Winifred Crawford was named pledge supervisor of Pi Beta Phi social sorority. Two officers of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity are local students. H. G, Bunch is treasurer and Harold Lloyd is secretary. A single .squash vine sometimes has 15 miles of roots. which sponsors month. a dance each of her'grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. ' ' • Fl -° ncis " R 0 hi n son, Ellis Ray Edgar Lee Jcnes. Her sister. Toby;' ' Ann Long, who has been ill of pneumonia at Blyt.heville hospital, Miss Patricia Bush Shane, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, today announced plans for her wedding to Lieut. Tilden Perkins Wright of Muskogee. Okla., son of Mrs. Vernie V. Wright of Littlefield, Texas. The military wedding will be sol- Miss Patricia Shane, bride-elect much improved and was removed to her home this morning. Mrs. O. Shonyo and Mrs. W. P- Brewer left Sunday for Dallas and ether points of Texas where they will visit relatives until the first of May. Miss Jewel Eubanks and Otis Cummins, of Franklin, Ky., who ore in charge of horseback riding at Lake Lure Camp for Girls. _ Lake Lure, N. C., spent the week \ end here with friends. Miss Eu* '' * ] banks was the guest of Miss Nan- I'hin to, Sew For i nie Clarke Smith and, Mr. Cuin- ( Red Cross Tomorrow. ! mins. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. plans' for an all day meeting at Morehead. the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry to- j Gflrl Davis j r . , ;0n O t Mr. and morrow when volunteer workers of- | Mrs Q av is Sr.. is ill of measles the Woman's Council, First Chris-j at '^ is home. tian Church, will .sew for thej M vs. sterling Martin, w.hp has American. Red Cross were made j fcf en ser i ous i y u\. at.' Walls, hospi- yesterclay at an executive board t ' al following an operation per- meeting at the home of Mrs. W. O. formec i Saturday mprning, is.J Geurin. Meeting will begin at 10 j s ijg n tly improved today, o'clock. | Mrs. James Terry was co-hostess with Mrs. Geurin to the 17 members present. Mrs. John C. McHaney was in charge of the brief devotional. Group singing and a prayer, by Mrs. Russell Barham opened the session. After reports were made by the chairmen and group leaders, the- group made garments for war victims. The hostesses served sandwiches ancl punch during the social hour. $ * * Club Has Shower For Bride-Elect Miss Patricia Shane, bride-elect of ' Lieut. Tilden P. Wright, of Muskogee, Okla., was surprised with handkerchief shower last night Swain. Honorable mention went to Billy Glass, Bessie Pressnell, Peggy Yarbro and Virginia Pierce in the fourth grade and Bud Abbott in the third grade. Rose Emma Parrish received mention also for having had a perfect spelling score for the second six weeks. ad- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Jo> Ann Chestnut, Steele, mitted. Mrs. W. H. Northern, city, mitted. Ellen White, Steele, admitted. Lee Neal, Steele, dismissed, John Baker, city, dismissed. Amy Stanfield, city, dismissed. „ Frances Vaughn, Bragg City, ad- IN MEMQRIAJVl In. memory of my dear husband, Dwight Bentley, who was taken from me April 3. 1 cannot say. and 1 will not say That he is dead—He is just away! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreaming how very fail- It, needs must be, since he lingers there. And you—O you, who the wildest yearn For the old time step and the glad return — Think of him faring on, a.s dear In the love of There as the love of Here; Think of him still as the same. I say: He is not dead, he is just away! MRS. DWIGHT BENTLEY. Mo. f dismissed. Mason Day, city, dismissed. Clifford Miller, Steele, dismissed. Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Usulus Griggs, Route One, and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Jr.. and daughters, Jane Faxon j and Ann, and Mrs. William, Braun.) city, admitted, of Memphis, spent Sunday here! Mrs. Aubrey Shelton Steele, with Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas' dismissed. 1£\MOROUNE BURHSA WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY Sr. Robert Jones, fonnsrly of. here, Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Rebecca- Dill, Osceola. ad- who is new in the ' United States I mitted. Marines, spent trie', week end here i Mrs. Dewey Graves, Osceola, ad- \vith friends. Ke has been sta- tidied in Hawaii, on the Admirals Flflcship. Pennsylvania, but is visiting his family in 'Little Rock''Bitted. mitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Ben Butler, Jr.. Osceola, ad- plans for a military wedding to be She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane. a nanciKerciuei MKJWCI ictsi m^iy of Lieut, Tilden Perkins Wright of Muskogee, Okla.. today announced wh g n '. mcm bers of the Double G solemnized Saturday night. May 10, at First Presbyterian Church, club 'were entertained at the home _. I _ r -A *•__ T ~C1« ^«»-i r- "ft/T/^f"^ olio which was solemnized yesterday at the Durham home. George W. Patterson, minister of the Ffrs"t'""cFristian church, read Saturday the at before '••<•'.i.~ night, May 10, at the First Pres'}••• by-terian church. The, Rev. E. B. 1 v Williams, pastor of; the First •'''•'• Methodist Church, and. the Rev. ,-.i James A. Ov.erholser, pastor of the H ^ First, Presbyterian church will of- ''.I *. r: „:-» i-V. '" Texas, also an aunt of the bride, 1 sicnary Union, First Baptis ficiate Miss Shane has chosen her cousin, Miss Constance Bush, of- Para- go'uld," -to be her maid of honor. Ker bridesmaids will be Miss Florence Crump of New York City. Miss ; Marjr Spain Usrey. Miss Martha Ann Lynch and-Miss • Margaret Shaver. Lieut. Burnham L. BaUon of jji Muskogee, will, be Lieut. Wright's j •; test man. Ushers will be Lieut. '.'! Lewis L. Crenshaw of Muskogee, Lieut. Charles J. Long of Okla- l( homa City, and Lieut. Robert C. ^!: Twyman and, Lieut. Fred A. Hild !j!". of Randolph Field, Texas. U Prior to the ceremony. Louis . : L Lynch' will light the tapers and v a program of nuptial music will '+''•'• be played. Bernard Goo-h is to be organist. William Boeswick. soloist and a selected choir under the direction of Miss Nannie Clarke Smith will sing. A reception will follow at the Country club a I eight o'clock. Laura Virginia Durham Is Wed to J. D. Davis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Durham announce the mr-Tia^e of their daughter. Miss Laura. Virginia Durham, to J. D. Davis, Jr.. of Brownsville, Texas, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Sr., of GiUr.ovc Ark. the immediate family and a few friends. The bridal party stood before an improvised altar banked with spi- rea. Other nrrangements of spirea with irises and tulips decorated the home. Miss Elizabeth Baxter attended her cousin as maid of honor. Wallace Williams of Brownsville, was Mr. Davis' best man: The bride wore a navy blue ensemble designed with a long cape and a white trim about ihe neckline. Her accessories were in navy blue and white and she wore a corsage of gardenias. Miss Baxter's dress was Oi brown ..nd white crepe over which was vorn a short brown coat. Accessories were in brawn and white -. i and her corsage was of white carnations. was the only out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs. Davis loft on a wedding trip to Galveston and Houston', Tex. They will be away until May 5, when Mrs. Davis will return here. She will continue to make her home with her parents until Mr. Davis completes his year's service with the United States Army at Fort Brown in Brownsville. Mrs. Davis was graduated from the city high school and for the past four years has been connected with 'the Southwestern Bell Telephone company where she is now evening chief operator. Mr. Davis attended Helena high school and Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge. Before being sent to Fort Brown, he was connected with the Burton Oil Company at Forrest City. Disxiplcship Is Theme. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw led the pro- pram on "The Challenge of Dis- Church, yesterday afternoon, at the] ^mS church. of Mrs. J. Fan-is McCalla. Irises, spirea and narcissuses decorated the McCalla home. Refreshments were served during the while on leave before being transferred to San Diego. Dr. S. P. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Nelson and daughter'. Margaret Lou, have gone to Columbia, Mo., to spend two days with Dr. Martin's daughter, Mrs. Jce Litzelfelner and Mr. Litzel- felner. Mrs. Carl Marshall returned Sunday night from Little Rock where she spent two weeks with. Miss Shane was high and. Miss Mrs. H'. G. Bounds. Osceola. admitted,. CAJID; QF THANKS r wish, to thank each and every friend and relative for the contribution, to us in the loss, of our home destroyed by fire in Novem- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ber, 1940. MRS. L. R. SULLIVAN. HELP WANTED •iiut.w*. •. • i • 1V11S5 OlltUlt: WcUs .111511 miu i«Aio.3 'Speakers and their subjects were M W aret .shaver, second high ,c- fnll/Mi-c- T\/Trc T*Jat Rrittoin "Ah- scorer. as follows: Mrs. Nat Brittain, •'Abstinence"; Mrs. Herbert Graham. "True Discipleship"; Mrs. H. H. gt fl Christian T»>.«nl-c- "Wort- nf W C 1 . T TT - • r • - Stenographer with experience. Write Box "S", Courier News. 22-ck-tf Brooks. "Work of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, Cost of Dis- Missions In China cipleship." The devotional from the Psalm was given by Mrs. Guy Martin. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. W. ers fered prayers. Sixty-six present. "Christian Missions in China Today'- 1 - was the theme of 'the ;ht by Mrs. Robert Lane afternoon at the meet- of the Woman's Society of Street Methodist Church at were! cne church. The meeting was opened with group singing and prayer by Mrs. A white wedding cake decorated Local. Woman Named To District Office. Mrs. James B. Clark was elected to the office of recording secretary of Northeast Arkansas district of the Arkansas Presbyterial at a meeting held in North Little Rock Friday and Saturday, which was attended by Mrs. William Young. Mrs. G." W. Dillahunty U i 4 L111 kjit -LliL, *•/ i»s.Vi*^*»^3W v^-- — 1*1. ciplcship" which was presented at land Mrs. Ray Worthington. ,iS,"SM?.« i. sss~ ~ =-.«j.;~j^j^ »-. ~»i"».jL?y- CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank each one of our relatives and friends for your kindness, help and .sympathy in the. death of our dear father and husband. George F. Cunningham. We especially want to express our appreciation for the floral offerings. May God richly bless each of. you. MRS. GEORGE F. CUNNINGHAM AND FAMILY. FOR WOMEN- If fidgety nerves, restless nights and other distress caused by functional monthly disturbances keep you from, having fun at such times—take Lydla. E. Pinkbaih's Vegetable Compound— famous for over 60 years in relieving weak, nervous feelings,of womens .••difficult days." WORTH TRYING'. BACKWARD DANCE Wednesday Night 9:00 P.M. American Legion outlining the names of the couple made the centerpiece of the dining table for t,ue which followed. Mrs. C. M. 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