The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1940 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 4, 1940
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THURSDAY, JANUARY -1, 1940 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARKI) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. T. Ooerst, SATURDAY'S EVENTS , American Association ot University Women having luncheon 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY By Sy!v 3 Auxiliary to Meet The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal church will meel at the home of Mis. F. L. Engler at 7:30 o'clock Friday night to make arrangements for the reception lo be given for Bishop Mitchell Sunday. The reception will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Stockett from lliree until five o'clock Sunday afternoon, The Bishop will be here lo conduct services Sunday morning nt the church nt which time the Rev, Matthew A. Curry will be installed as rector of the church. He will be entertained with a luncheon at the Hotle Noble Sunday noon by the I men of Ihe church. Mrs. E. A. Stacy, president of the Auxiliary, has urged. all members lo attend the meeting as (here ore ninny plans lo be made. Son Named The baby born to Mr. nnd Mrs, Frank Asher early Tuesday morning at the Biytheville hospital has been named William Franklin Ashcr for his father. * • * Dance Will J!c Given At Hut Tomorrow Night A new type of dance called the "Merry Mix-Up" will be given tomorrow night at- the American Legion Hut by five girls Miss Loll Jo Hnrgett, Miss Mildred Mulr, Miss Dorothy Gross, Miss Peggy Jones antl Miss Marjorie Mays. The informal affair which will begin at 0:30 o'clcck will be preceded by a party at the home of Miss Marjorie Mays. Miss Jeanetla Jean Seoaiigh will entertain the COPR. 1JWBY KM 6ERVICC. we, T.M.MC. V. 0. PAT. OFF. Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Elclso Rnmcy, who linn Joiiesboro Tuesday ntclit. Both arc students ut Arkansas Slnlo college. niKl iwd been sucmtliig tJio liolt- "eve with Iliflr parents, Mr. Mrs, Chester Nnbers, nnd Mr. Mrs. p. 1!. Acton. Hiilen n. Stone, whoso Uncle was injured while ho WIIB working two iiyo, was tnkc'ii lo Cimi|i- clliilc hi Mcni]ilils ycstcrduy. 1 Mrs. Stone, Dr. C. 0. Stevens, his mother, Mrs. Minnie Stoiw, two brothers, uon nml U. v. Stone, Lnne went down with "lid Mito him. I PAGB( tlon hero wllh lliclr ixirents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ChnrlM A, Wood, Miss Niitmli) Clurk Sintlh re turned Mils morning fr«m New Orleans where she attended tho Susnr Howl Bnmo between Tulimo university nnd Texas A. and' M. She went down wllh n parly ot rolntlvos from Whcntley nml Lktte- Hock. Howard Moore nnd Jnck Webb left yesterday morning for Pay- ottevlUo nfter hnvlng spent tho hero wllh their pnronw, they wonlu know by Friday whether <>'• »ct mi oiicrntlon wns necessiiry. If they dcdilo not to operate, Mr. tl10 <"""' Tonu., with her .sister, Miss Sue «.»,.,;,, and brother, Clordon Knmcy, who nlU'ml the Chicago Art Institute, nnd niiolher brollier, clwite, who makes his liome there. Sho will go I holidays nt Ihe clinic snld Dr. mill Mrs. L. II.'MOOI'O, nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Webb. They nro students nt the University or Arkansas. Gorowny Peel*, o! Birmingham, Aln., has returned lo his homo nfler having sjient the holidays with Mr. nnd Mm. c. O. Langnton nnd fnmlly. Mrs. Poetz, who accom- jmnled liin, hero, remained /or tt longer visit with her parents. Harmon Robinson left yesterday morning for Piiycllovlllc where he rday where from they • for ihc lumunl field trials of All Aincrlcii Field Trial club, liccniise of wentliei- conditions, tho Irliil), were postponed, null! the week of Feb. 10. Marvin Ninin, ivlio nil-ends llio umvmity or Arknnsns nt Fnyclte- L. K. Ashby and p. T, Dlxon Jr., have returned lo Seiinlobln. Misc., nfter hnvlng spent the holidays |liere with tiietr parents. They nrc nt the Norlhwcsl l\!l-ssls- Ihe iimvims spent the with his imrenis, Manlii Nunn. _ Union Willlnins hns rotiinted to Conwny where ho attends Hcn- holldnys Mr. nnd here Mrs, «- *•"•«• West went ,« LHUe Rock "Just my Kick! Outta all Pop's neckties, I would pick the one Aunt Dora gave him for Christmas." group at intermission with a party at her home. * » * Arc Guests Of Club Mrs. -Rental Welenkamp, Mrs. II. F. Kclsey Jr., nnrt Miss Peggy Long were guests of Mrs. Toby Long yesterday afternoon when she enlertained members of Hie ADC Bridge club with n parly at her Down Memory Lane 10 Years Ago Washington—Flames that leaped through the roof of Ihe southwest wing of (he capitol and licked al the side ol the huge while dome today had left only a black spot III With Diphtheria, Is Improving Today Raymond Krutz Jr., aged two years, who is ill of diphtheria, is better today. This Is the only new case reported to the Mississippi County Health Unit in about two wecte. The child, who lives with his the side of the building. Offi- parents on the Harry ncarn farm cials were more concerned over the I ncar tlle Mississippi County Fair- cause of che blaze than the dam- grounds. Is a cousin >of the Prcvost age wrought. Five 1'ears Ago Excerpt from au editorial: "As rural Mississippi county Refreshments v/cre served al the conclusion cf the gnmes In which Mrs. Albert K. Taylor received high score prize among the club members innd Mrs. Wetenkamp among (lie guests. Mrs. Hnynes Entertains Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertained members ot the Thursday Rook club and two guests with a party at tlie home of her daughter, Mrs. Russell Parr, yesterday nfetrnoon. Mrs. Emma- Nolen and Mrs. W. M. Taylor played cards with members of the club. Handmade tallies indicative cf the New Year were used for the games. The hostess served a salad plate in the late afternoon. • * * Play Bingo Bingo games were played by the 11 members of the Past Matrons and Patrons' club who attended the meeting of the group Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. A business session preceded the games. The hostess served refreshments. emerges from the depression it is going ahead to a new and higher level of social and economic life rather ilian bacx to the conditions which prevailed prior to 1929 The old fever of land speculation and the idea that to STOW cotton on nil (lie acres available is the way to wealth have largely disappeared. More and more farm owners, large and small, are coining to regard their farms as homes as well as the mere means of making a living or of making profits. As a result they are planning their improvements and their farm operations with a view to the .years ahead Tney are laying the foundation for comfortable living and for prosperity of a kind that will not be easily thrown into reverse." One Year Ago A rush or warm air blanketed Arkansas today, sending the mer- Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by ansivcring- the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers Mow: 1. What is meant by a dry wine? 2. Should sweet wines ever be served before, dry wines? 3. What is meant by an aperitif? 4. Is it good manners for a husband and wife to argue over some point o: a story one of them is telling? 5. Should p. hostess dress to overshadow her women guests? What n-oiild you do if— You air. using a friend's name in a formal invitation Would von write— 'a> Mr. Jack Brown? <b) Mr. John Hunlington Brown? <c) Mr, John Brow? Answers 1. iVot sweet. 2. No. 3. An appetizer, served before a meal, such as -sherry. 4. No. 5. No. Bust "What Would You Do" so- lution—(b). cury soaring to bringing heavy and south central sections. G5 degrees, and rains In central .Bead Courier News Want AOs. child who died two weeks ago. At The Hospitals Walls hospital Mrs. Neil Bombalaski, milted. Brenda Lee Smith, missed. city, city, ad- dis- niythcville hospital Billy Goodwin, city, admitted. Mrs. Lilln Hfcsley, Herivmndnle, dismissed. Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs. Russell Phillips, city, ad- millcd. Spencer Alexander went (o Memphis yesterday to undergo examination at Campbell's clinic Ho Will return there next week for an operation. Bennett Hall has returned (o New York where he Is stationed with the U. s. Navy ullcr having spent two weeks nl liome. Ills brother, Eric Hall, who Is also ir New iprfc, was unable lo come here for Christmas. Mrs. Russell Phillips underwent an operation at li,c Memphis Methodist hospital tills morning Is n Btudcnt al the University ot Arkansas, lit- hnd been spending the holidays here with Ma inothei', Mrs. 'Edwin Robinson Demonstration Chib News Notes she ThLs is the second operation 1ms undergone recently. Miss Mary Sjmln Usroy has returned from Cleveland, Miss where she visited Miss Murjorie Ward for n few (lays. Miss June tennson left Wednesday morning for Gainesville, Gn where she attends Bi-eimu college. She had spent Ihc vacation here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. S. Branson, nnd fnmlly. Miss Ruth Shonyo of Rcchestcr Minn., will leave tonight alter linv- I"B visited Mr. and Mrs. O. Shonyo . . . here for ten days. She will stop in Chlcneo for a visit with relatives before returning home. Mrs. T. n. VnnUlbber nnd son, H., Jr., have ijoni! [o Tucson, where they will stay for n ihreo months rest. Another son, Justin Wayne, Is remaining here with his miher, Mr. Van Bibber drove them to Memphis Monday D'eht where they took n (rain. Cecil Branson, a sluclenl al Dc- Pnmv University nt Orcncaslle, -li»l., returned Tuesday night lo school after linvlng spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. nml Mrs. U. S Brnn- son, nnd family. Mrs. J. E. Ilnsson, of Memphis, is spending tlie week here with Mr' Ilasson ami friends. Mrs. Chnrles Lnngston nnd sou, Charles Jr., linve returned from Bowliiio Green, Ky., where they spent the Chrlslmns holidays with Mrs. l/ingstoirjj mother. William Fnuglvl nnd Lnthnm atacy, students ut (he University of Arknnsns nl Fnycttevlllc, will return lo school this week end They have been spending their vacation with Ihelr parents, Miami Mrs. W. J. Fiui 8 lit and Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Stacy. hts Chicago alter hai-ing spent' holiday vacation here with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Park—- Ho nil RCA Institute In The condition of H. C. "Chuck" I-OIIB, who Is at llie Memphis Baptist hospital, is very much Im- lor some time. Miss Mnrjoi-lc Wood und Miss - ft-.*. ^^">:^-J2^?«.^ lie Aclon went; "W have .spent Ibck- GhSnns vncn- The Promised Land Home Demmet nt Die liome clouso for tin- onstralloti club of Mrs. John monthly meeting Wednesday, wlili Mrs. Paul Nakes as co-hostess. Mrs. Felix inn, president, culled tlie meeting to order and presided over the business meeting, when the roll was called nml the minute rend by the .secretary, MIX Jnme.s- Mc- Otuighoy. Following the business mcethiK. Miss Corn Lee Colcmnn, ht>::io dem- onslrnlloti ngcnl, gnvc n discussion on the 1'lnnt lo Pros|iL-r contest, hot lunches for school children and n tlkeus-sion on Ihe Arkansas Ftmn Outlook iior KNO. 'Hie next meeting of Ihe club will be held with Mrs. I'ellx Hill mid Mrs, Nixon Slllvcly, on Feb. 1. Honor Mcmlnira Wbn \\'ill Muvc From Kkroii Mcmbcr.s of tho Ekron Home nemoiislratlon club who will move soon from thai community wore honored nt tlie meeting of the club Thursday <U the homo of Mrs. will Payne. Gueisls of honor were: Mrs, T. Norton. MIS. Jordan, Mrs. Lucy Try One of Our Ui'llclous HOT PIT DAUDECUE SANDWICIIES Cie Hickory Inn Across from IHj-li A collection of bJnnkels from all parts of Ihe world was said to have been owned by the late Floyd Gibbons. Read Courier News witnt ntis — PRESCRIPTIONS Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. & First Plionc 111 Ei If S Read These Important Facts! Qy i\ on np n Krvci cun m a !< n you nl J. hag gr rTanky—r^n make your life a nishlmarc of jealousy, wl( pity and "tba blurs," Often cuch nervousness ia dua lo female functional oi.tordori. So Like famous I,ydia L', PintHm s VcgcUble CompouiiJ to help calm unplrung ncrvra ar.rl Its^n functional "irrcguiantirs. 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After gnmes wero played, tha Hoslcss ecrvca sandwiches, cookies, ftiicl hot chocolate, The nest meeting will to Jan. 10 iU llie home cf Mrs. Bum Awforci. Slcclc-Cooter Society—Personal I lives, I» Hostess Al Dinner Ma 1 . Clnrlcc Olllllnnd was hosl- ess nt a Dutch cHnncr nnd bunco pnrly nt her home in Cooler Frl- <l«y Jileht. Her guests were members of her Lucky Nine Bunco club find elchl 8 ucsls which Included Mrs. Torn Pcny, Mrs. Jonnto Phll- Hl>s, Mrs. Artie Kobcrtson, Mrs. Mnry aiftw, Mrs, Wnltor Wilson, Misses Mno Dny, Mnblo Smith nml Loin Slewnrl. "Igh Bcoro prljio nmcng llio gucsls wcnl to Mrs. noborfason niicl low lo Mrs. Wilson. .Among tho club members, Mrs. T. N. nrignucc received llie high score prize nml Mrs, Jnnies L. Cnssldy, low, JonrJj-Hnll Klles xolmiiKCil Thureilny Miss Flossie Hull ot llie Numlicv Hlglit community bcenme Dio bride of Elmer Jones, of Cooler, nl the home of Mr. nnd Mis. Snillh lit Number Eight Thursday night.. Justice of llio Peace D, u. 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