The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 25, 1941
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BLYTHEYjLLE, (ARK.} COURIER-NEWS Soci SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Jaihes L Rill enteriaming A. A. : U'.QW., 'tor luncheon, l' o'clock. Local People Will Attend Garden Party l * Imitations- "to' "a "" garden party complimenting Miss Pairicia Shane lyionday afternoon at W^- sorr have ~ been issued 'to 75 local people" in addition" 'to' other guests over the county. Sirs. Frank Lee Wesson and Mrs. Walton P^a'n-cis^Wilson a're enter- taming with' ~the "affair r from : 4. until G o'clock at Materlee, the Wesson home. .-,. • * .* * All Club Members Attend Bridgir Party All members of the Cee-Que Bridge club attended a party given last night ' 'at the home' of Miss Virginia 'Little.' ' -'•"'''•• 'A' combination salad and sandwich plate was served after the games in which Miss Little was high 'and Miss 'Mary Eunice Layson, was second high. r • • •- •' ;-; >: 'Vj »* : --;••• 4 Elect Officers ' I\frs. : DeWitt Holmes, was elected president of. the Euzeliari Sunday schc'qi "pla^s; '^irst^' Baptist church, at a'meetin'g:last'Tiight 'at the home of Mrs. 'ifanifsf'McCsill.:' Mrs. Pletcher^King 'is 'the'' clasps teacher. ' Other., officers elected w.erei Mrs. Eorr'est Mbqre : , ! 'vice' president; Mrs. Floyd' Qa\ r is,.seca-etari r ; Mrs. Lewis Froptpr,-' 'treasurer; ' Mrs. Joe Prickett,. reppr|er.' Mrs.''' George 'Hudson, Mrs. C. B. Kettinger," Mrs. "Clara Miller • and Mrs: Aitona""' Barker were named group captainsr The social committee.^ to be composed of Mrs. A. C. Owens, Mrs. McCall, Mrs. Jesse Gain and Mrs Hubert Pedcn. Following the meeting, the group the Rustic Inn for refreshments . •••'.•' * * 9 Arc Guests of Club 'Mrs. Harold Me eks and Mrs. Ted King were guests of Mrs. Theodore Ld^an yesterday afternoon when ivno ' entertaineU members' o,f the I>-*nle Four Bridge' ''club -for ? tW.y av her' home. Spirea and ' tulips decorated the Ljgarf 'home. A "salad course was served with* iced tea. Mrs: Ed 'Cook was high scorer among, the club' members' ind Mrs. King among the -guests. <.. T ;- sp * • * - • Entertains Rook Club 'Mrs. " T?'." 1 H." Hay'nes entertained members - of - the 'Thursday Rook club 1 and "six guests lor^a party a.t her home yesterday afternoon, '; 'CJiiests;'\yere v Mrs. Theodore Logan', Mrs. G. E. Wilson, Airs. Arthur Rushing','- Mrs-. ;> M'.".G. Goodwin, Mrs. E.'-:-F. Blorrieyer and ' Mrs. A. M. Butt. "The, Spring scheme used for the party WEis especially' emphasized in trie, •bouquets ' of irises, spirea, tul- ,ips^and''weigelia ' ; '"• A '^dessert course with iced tea was served after the games. ' v - •"': '•'•' • ' ; ' -i '' * V : ' Has Party for Clubs Irises, spirea ' and other Spring ^flower's decorated the home of Mrs. c;';. L.' Nabsrs yesterday afternoon when she had a party for members of ' 'the Thursday Bridge club and Tuesday Contract club. Playing' with the two clubs were MrsV"-W. ! --S. Johnston, Mrs. J. C. Ellis -and Mrs. V. O. 'Miller. " Brizes'" among the Thursday Bridge : club 'went to Mrs. Charle." Alford 'Ipr high and 'Mrs.- Russell Barbara.) for second' high score. Mrs. A. Cr! Hall was high and Mrs. John 'G.' McHaney, 'second high among " the ' other group Bridgo award went to Mrs. J Cecil'; {Lowe: "• Trie -hostess served -a salad plate at -the conclusion of the games. • '•• .•'•"• • : * - • * * •• . Is Guest of Club '"Mrs'." J. T. Phillips, Sr. T of Baton Rouge, La., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs: Tom Phillips Jr.. was the guest of Mrs. F.. B. Joyner yesterday" for trie 'Thursday 'Contract club party. Mrs. Phillips was a former member of the club. Lunch was served at small tables which had centerpieces of tulips and valley lilies. In the games, the pmz went to Mrs, G. 'E. "Keck." Mrs. Phillips >yas presented a 'gift. •'.-"' •' -^ • jj, • » pell Club Meets, Members of the Dell Bridge club and one -' guest. Miss Christine Doyle,' were entertained last niiht with a party" at" the home of Mrs. "WV E. Potter. High score prize went 10 W. • p. Howard and traveling , ...... to a new members-Mrs. McDermott. . A r sandwich 'plate was' served. What Now, Mr. Hays Mrs. Walker H. Baker are spending today in Memphis. ' " ; :? Susie, Linda and John Taylor children of Mr..and Mrs. Herman' Taylor, are ill of measles at" their home. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Woodard id son. Herman Jr., of Canton Miss., arrived this morning to i spend several days with Mr. and j Mrs. Joe Shanks and family.' Mrs : 1 Woodard, the 'former MLss'Maxine Beeman, is a sjster of ivtrs. Shanks The Rev. 'and Mrs. lvjiltpn ; "Gra : ' hani of Melbourne, ' Ark., 'spe'hl ' yes- with the Key. -Mr ' ' terday here Graham's E. E. Graham,' Mr. ' Mr,i ' ' C. W. Afflick, LJ. S. Branson and E. M .McCall ' \yili retiu-iV to'night; from Hot Spring? where' they" arq utlending the,' ' 'state ''Rotary convention. They went yesterday. morning. ' '••• " : : ••'•• ••••'• ' '••-••<• Paulclte Goddard stuns natives with evening gown after Hnys office bans movie cutics' posing in sweaters. There's Good Will Under This Caruthersville Society—Persqnal i\Irs. Goodwin 1$ Mrs. Mae Bbsworth was a guest Wednesday evening when "Mrs. Pauline Goodwin "entertained members of the'' Wednesday" Night Bridge club. Mrs. Lloyd Rogers, received high 'score;' Miss/ DbUye i o unison second high, ! and Mrs. Doris Downing bridgbecl for : 'lb\v! : '' Mrs. Goodwin saryed cherryi salad with wafers, open-faced cheese sandwiches and coffee ; '' ' : * ' ( * ! *. Attend Parly ;it Stccle Airs. J. H. Workman and Mrs. T. A. Haggard entertained 'a'num- ber of Caruthersville women "at a bridge party hel'd''Wednesday" afternoon at the 'new country home of Mrs. Haggard' hear Steeled' Prizes, a pair"6f decorative pictures, went to Mrs. E/C. : 'M'asdori, who held high score, and to Mrs : . G. W. Lincoln who bridgoed. The hostesses served "a salad and dessert' course with tea. ' " if: * ' * ' Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dean and small son, Jirhmie,'' who have spent the past two weeks in 'Clintbn; Mo., where they have been guests of his parents, are expected home this week end. Mr. and . Mrs. Joe Baytholemew Thursday to a number of relatives and. friends, celebrating the birthday of the"Rev.' Milton "Graham of Malvern, Ark. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stadler 'rind sons, John and Bonnie, of Beloit, Wis., Rev. and Mrs. Milton Graham of Malvern, Ark., Mr. ar^d Mrs. Durwood Long, Burdette, "Ark., Mr.' 'ana Mrs. Frank 'Matrftjnia, Mrs.' Carl Graham '^nd 'son,'' : Derwayne and Mrs. Earl Graham, all of Blytlie- ville, Ark. '" r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chauvin are the parents of a son, born Wednesday night at St. Bernard hospital, Jonesboro, Ark. The baby has been named William Lewis. Mr. Chauvin Is employed at the Brown shoe company. J. C., Homer Ledford, Raymond Ledford and Tom Ledfor of near Go bier. Jim Gooden and Claude Tinnin of Bragg City, and Edward James of the Jaj Store commuhily, ''west of Hayti, wore in this' city 'Wednesduy to attend a meeting of county baseball managers. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ownby and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kirksey left Thursday for New Orleans and other points south for a few days' vacation. Mrs. H. A. Spcnce of Harrisburg, Ark., arrived Wednesday evening to '.spend several clays as the guest of her niece, Mrs. A. B. 'Rhodes and Mr. Rhodes.. Miss Hita Adair has been employed by the LaPor^e undertaking company, to replace Mrs. J. C. Davis who will resign 'the-first of next month. Mrs. Dick Whipple of Canton, Ohio, has arrived for a three weeks' visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Malm. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1941 June Bride Will Blossom Forth In Floral Coifiure Matching Her Bouquet At The Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Mrs. W. C. Southard, city, admitted. Mrs. Esther Wilson, Steele, dismissed. Mrs. James Meacheam, city, dismissed. Mrs. Annabelle Deason, city, dismissed. Juanita Grimes, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. Joe Lahue, Holland, admitted. Gilbert Atkinson, Hickman, dismissed. Fresh and new is this medieval wedding veil arrangement, shewn with fresh gardenias instead of the traditional wreath of orange blossoms. of West Sixth street were hosts admitted] Marion McClanahan and babies? city, dismissed. Joe Ann Chestnut, Steele, dismissed. W. P. Williams, city, dismissed. Mrs. Ruby" Cummings, Tomato, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital ; Ellis "Kolin. Hay't'i/ admitted. Mrs. Taylor Wicker, Blythevilie. « SUNPAY SCHOOL LESSON i5Y WILLHkM E. GILKOY, D. D. Editor of Advance Text: Acts 4:32-35; 6:1-7 Cur lesson, in its picture of conditions in the early church, has set an ideal before church and society that has never been attained. It might in a sense be parolyn Wells docs her bit for administration's good neighbor policy by wearing this sun hat and scrape from Ecuador at Miami for Pan American Day! nett for high score, Mrs. La- jronne Whittle lor low score, Mvs. Icnard McFarland. bunco, and Mrs. .•"one's, guest. The hostess served a salad course. Plays With Club Miss Patricia Shane played cards .vith members of the ADC Bridge Club Wednesday i.'.fiernoon when they were entertained by Mrs. Otto Scrape at the home of hoi- mother. Mrs. G. S. Barnes. A dessert plate was .served after Bits of News Mostly Personals that they should select certain responsible men who should have the care of the- widows and other needy persons in the church. The apostles themselves felt that their ministry was the ministry of the^brd of God, while others could attend quite as effectually and as called an ideal of communism, j wisely to economic adjustments wc_ are told how the disciples within the church. This proposal had all things in common, but it was a communism very different from anything that has been proclaimed or time. practiced in our The possessing of all things in common was on the' comparatively small of people.' living in part of a fellowship appealed very strongly to the whole group of disciples, and they chose •Stephen, who was to be the first Christian martyr,- along with a fe\y others, to attend to this matter of care and relief in the church. We. are disposed to regard this as the original institution of doa- a ' hostile i cons ' and these who were chosen BY ALICIA HAKT NBA Service Staff Writer Good news for the girl who is planning a formal June wedding is the impressive array of new and .original ideas in flower headdresses. The flower experts say that it's a smart idea to have the blossoms on the head match those in the bouquet. There are charming little flat, (flower-covered , sailor-type hats to wear behind pompadours. There's an interesting medieval headdress with veiling under the chin and a huge gardenia posed just in front of each ear. A halo of white rosebuds and lilies-of-the valley is shown with a long, page boy bob. A lovely calla lily is pinned on the edge of the veil just behind a tall pompadour. -With a flat little wedding; hat of .snow .white stosk. a bouquet of- white stock, white lilacs and sweet peas would be chic. A halo of tiny white iris calls for a wedding bouquet of iris, fresia and perhaps narcissus. June; brides of 1941 like wedding bouquets of carnations, stephan- j headdress with a long tulle veil at otis and calla lilies, as well as white orchids, sweet peas, lilies-of- the valley and roses. Long-stemmed gardenias, tied with white ribbons, make an interesting bouquet tto be •teamed with gardenias in the hair. FLOWERS SHOULD SUIT THE BRIDE A directoire bonnet of tulle am! fresh bouvardia is becoming to young heads with classic braids or upswept locks. Flowers for hair and- bouquet should be chosen as thougntful- world. It was a matter altogether ] were ordained for their particular of^ voluntary action. There' was i tas ks through the laying on of no! power forcing those who had the" 'apostles' hands. This Is tiu possessions to, sell them and put spirit that ought to be always them into the common resources. Prevalent in the church, and "it Wherever groups ' of 'people represents the goal of a society •have suffered greatly through wh.ere. the common resources of r disaster, or have been subject to nation would be organized and great persection, their common used, for the welfare of all. } faith and their common suffer- The bridal Ootiquel consists of six huire, long'-stemmed gardenias, tied with, white ribbons. The short "little girl" type bride; should leave the bouquet that is a sheaf of calla lilies to the tall, stately bride. The large girl will be more flattered by a large bouquet and fIpwer headdress in harmonizing proprotion than by a tiny, old-fashioned knot of flowers for a boqnet and a few small blossoms in the hair. Fresh flower muffs, however, are a good choice for all sizes and types. Small muffs are becoming to .short brides; larger ones to tall gins. SECTIONAL BOUQUET POPULAR; USEFUL The sectional wedding bouquet is popular because it gives every bridesmaid a, sure chance of catching seme flowers when the bride makes her exit. Actualy it is a __ group of small corsages, fastened ""together,^-invisibly with ^r.fe^anct J(; firushed with ribbons!' The'^bnde ^loosens wire and ribbons ^before | tossing the flowers to the rides- maids. It's a good idea to have a sep- Fragrant white stock is used to arate corsage of orchids, gardenias fashion a novel "sailor hat" bridal I or white rosebuds in the center of the wedding bouquet. During the ceremony the corsage appears to be part of the bouquet, "of course. After the ceremony, the bride removes it and wears it on the back. The wedding bDuquet combines while stocK with white lilacs and sweet peas. personality as perfectly as do her going-away suit. the clothes in her trousseau. Cni'c the choice is made, the grcom should be given a picture cr sketch of the headdress j lets or long type of bouquet to give to' snoods into ly as gown or veil. They should suit the bride's figure, type and It's new to have the bridesmaids wear little skull caps of small fresh flowers with matching brace- crocheted or lace which fresh blooms the florist who will send or have been fastened. It's new also wive the flowers. Incidentally, to dress them in whit's with flow- it's no more trouble to send a ers and shoes the only note of headdress by wire than it is to • color. In this case, their bouquets send a simple corsage or box of should be large, their dresses ever cut flowers. i so simply styled. Townsend Club Meets Bread and Rolls is the name of a London street. The Rev. H. J. Kleindienst attended to busino-.s in St. Louis yesterday. Slate Fire Marshal Guv Williams the games. Mrs. Bon Harpole wcis;' of Little Rock, and Jim AfcKen- Is it any wonder that the rec- ings have drawn them together and have made possible such an ord is that the word of God n- experience as 'this among the creased and that the number oi early disciples. If all men were ' disciples increased srcativ. with "=• ^ood as these disciples, one ministers obedient to the faith? couid conceive of a society very I Fulfill the conditions of primitive Christianity and in any. or every age', there will be similar results. high and Mrs. Charles Langston. of tne Little Rock office of second high .scorer. Miss Shane tnc National Board of Fire Under- was also presented •'» yift. Mrs. ULIJS Oub •writer's, intended to business here yesterday. Mrs. Milton Bunch ot Yarbro. Mrs. Don F. Smith had ;i party i lin.s. returned from Si. Louis where fr.r members of ihr- Tuesday At"-! she spent oevoral days in a St. ternoon Club and three guests. Mrs. Louis hospital. She is very much AVcert K. Taylor. Mrs. Kavannus:h rranci.s and Mrs. Harold .u her home Tuesdav. Sch nee. Rrfrcshments were the served »ftcr improved. Mrs. Huj;h Nelson Thompson will leave Tuesday for Louisville. Ky.. to visit Mr. Thompson, who the games in which Mrs. Smith | is emnlcycd thoro SV will be Mrs. ^ nl s h and Mrs. Karmau Taylor,] there for' the Kentuckv Derby pri7je sccona high , corc r. _ Mr> and Mrs _ R B / Da ^ of Is'Hostess to Club' When- Mrs. '<!"." W. A [flick was hostess for' 'the Thursday Luncheon Q3ub party at her home 5 r csterday, sh'.e'also' had as her guest. Mrs. ."Earl Koqntz'of Fulton, Mo., housa- guest of"; Mrs.' E. '". M. Byran' and family. 'A mixed bouquet in the paste! shades, was used" on ^ p dining table, at'wh^h lunch was served. 'Mrs./A. G; : Little was high anc' Mrs.'Ko'dntz; second high scorer in the'"-games! - •• * * * Has Bunco Party Members of the Y. M. B. Club and':four~ k guests.'~were 'entertained at-a'bunco party given yesterday afternoon at the. home of Mrs. Carl Marshall. > Guests -£efe Mrs. Ira . Crawford. Mrs/ Sid Jpnes, Mrs. Elmer' Lindsey and MrsV~!Cli. Ealsell Jr.'' : Prizes went to Mrs. John Bur- CoUc.go Juniors Gait; CLINTON. N. Y. <UP — Tae Detroit. Mi-h.. \vcrc the guests Wednesday of the Rev. and Airs. KleinciienM and H. J. SThh'^rv irx 111 ".?™ w*s^ ;R," «iW but . amended the oru to juniors. iowley has apply aho incss in Little Rock today. Mrs. U. S. Branson and' daughter. Miss Maurinc Branson, and Sl'OXiSORSCU »Y LANGE \\ T. A. 1 5 ffipii! li 5 G a.m. lo (i p.m. In-Building Next Door South cf: PQs' —25 Cents— Every Day In The Week! PIOK&RO'S GROCERY & •MARKET. 1044 W. Chickasawba'Phone riift'crrnt from ours, where there •would be no greed, no selfishness, no self-seeking, but where all would be "members one of another," and where each would have his part in giving and receiving;, it would be unfortunate for the chiu-ch or for society i? we ever lost, vision of this a.s an ideal to be attained, just us it would be unfortunate sought to establish such and condition without spiritual foundations. if we a .state proper As a matter of fact, .such an ideal (condition did not long in the early church, for there began murmuring concerning the unjust 'distribution of' common fnds and the preference that was given for some ever others. The Grecian Jews, particularly, complained against the Hebrews because they said th'eir' widows were neglected in' the daily 'ministration. Nevertheless, it was a purpose among these early Christians to no right, and immediately the apas- tles sought to' adjust this matter by proposing to the disciples OUR SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW! Chop Sucy & Fried Chicken j All You Can Eat for 30c Special Fresh Strawberry Shortcake TRIESCHMANN'S CAFE J. f. Refriniillcr, Owner ** IF VOU SUFFER PERIODIC FEMALE WEAKNESS And Need To Bui!d Up Red Blood! If pain and distress of functional month.- ly disturbances make you feel weak, dragged out, pale, cranky, nervous at such times-try LydJa Pinkhara's Tablets (with sfdd'ed iron). ' Pinkham's Tablets not only relieve monthly pain {headache backache), but ALSO help soothe upset nerves due to female periodic complaints. Wonderful to help build lip red blood and thus aid in promoting more strength. Hundreds of thousands of women remarkably helped. Worth trying! Townsend Club, No. One. will .neet at the courthouse tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Officers are urging that all incm- :icn to the public. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation for the kindnesses extended to us in our sorrow over the loss of our little daughter anri and issuing an invita-: gister . Jannic Lou . Sterlii$r French ana Fa mil v. • • iirocery & 109 W. Main St. Market Phone 15 FREE DELIVERY WE-ISAT-TO-LIV'E AND WE-LIVE-TO-EAT Try u> fur ypin Grocery Needy. Where Friends and Good Food Meet Hot CciiKomme or T«jm«ilo .Juice Broiled Red Salmon, Stcuk. Maitrc <rHolcl Roast, Long- Island Duckling and Drc^sin.u' Breaded Pork Chops, Cream Sauce l,eg-o"-L:mib. Mini Jelly Choice of T\vo Vegetables Fresh Cauliflower. New English Peas Buttered New Carrots, Candied Yams Raspberry Muffins Parker House Roll? Dessert; CofTcc Fresh Strawberry Short Cake Drinks Tea Mil Sunday, April 27, 11)11 Hours 11:30 to 3:00; 5:30 to 9:00 Bill Bultriv, Mi v v, Wallace ISerryhill, Choi AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION ;y!hevi!ie Airport , April 27 • OT' Bpl 1 I « (TffS. (Rain Date May .lib) Parade of Aviation Fifteen Turn Acrobatic Contest Hombrni;- Contest Rlhbfjn Cutting: Contest See a "hian solo by correspondence Close Call Race African l^rsuit Race Dead Motor Landing Contest Three Plane Formation Maneuvers Parachute Jump Three full hours of laughs and thrills Airplane Rides Admission 20c

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