The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 24, 1940
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PAGE TTVC BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Niagara Freezes v«f""V Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Henry Humphrey entertaining Thursday Contract c)tib. Mrs. P. C. RotnrocK entertaining Thursday .Afternoon dub. Prosperity club having party at home'of Mrs. Mose George. Mrs. George A. Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs.- C. • W. Aflltck having Thursday Lunchec n club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Mrs. B. A. I^nch entertaining Mid-Wcek Bridge club. Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. Howard Frlsby. I '-••'Mrs. toy Welch entertaining: Delta Contract -club. Miss Jean Berrj'man having O. M. T. club at 1:30 o'clock. Young People's club, Church of tile immaculate Conception, sponsoring "lucky bingo", eight, o'clock at Catholic Hall. • '• FHIDAVS EVENTS Mrs. J. p. Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia JVTcCtanahan-Barbcr Riles Solemnized' Xlghl The 'wedding ol Miss mitVi Durber, daughter of • Mr. nnd Mrs. B. C. Barber, of DcM, nnd Marlon McClarmban was 'solemnized tfmi- dny night o'clock nt the home of Magistrate T. L.. Cnssidy, wrip read (he service. ; Mr. and Mrs.- Alvln Lewis iit- teriued the couple. Mrs. McClannhnn \vns graduated from tlie' Del) lilgli school anil is-now a nurse nt Inc Walk hospital. Mr.-McOlnnahan is with the Red Ball Bwbei' shop, •They arc making their home at 213 North First street. Entertains Club ' Mrs. C. A. Gunnlnghnm entcr- lained ; members o( the Tuesday BndgeVcmo and one guest, Mrs. Fred .Child, with n party nt her Uome 'jjcstcrday afternoon. I Lunch which was served al'thc' (lining table was followed by bridge games. .Mrs. Harry Klrby received hlsjh score prize nnd Mrs. Hunter O. Sims, second high. ...:.* 4 • AH Club Members Attend Bridge Party All (he members of the Tuesday Contract club were'present for the party given ; yesterday afternoon by Mrs. V. G. Holland nt her home. •••-Refreshments were served nt lhe| conclusion of the games In which I Mrs; A. G: Hall was high scorer I find Mrs. V. O, Miller, second high. ..'• ..* * : t , I Bits of News Mostly Personals •"Granpa's awful old but his memory's porfec'iy clear. You oughta hear him tell about the time Imlians nltacked his car an' he ran otilta gas." Steele-Cooter Society—Personal fs Kostcss to Club 'Mrs. Meyer Grafter was litxstess to members of the Tuesday Afternoon club and one guest, Mrs. Eddie Regenold, for a party yesterdav at. her home. ' . Mrs. ReBenold received the high score prize and Miss Ruth Butt the second high prize. Later, the hostess served refreshments. flrltfge t'lu', i\r«ts Members of Hie ' Bi- Monthly Bridge club met yesterday nfler- noon at the home of Mrs. O. s. Barnes foi- a party. Mrs. Ed* In Rqbinsoiywas also a ^uest. Mrs. M. o. Goodwin was high scorer in the bridge games after which the hostess served a dessert plnte. * • * Has Club Parly. Green was the prcdcmlnanl color used hi the decorations for the party given last night by Miss Mary Spain Usrey at her home for members of the Double G club. Mrs. ,J. E. Bcaslcy, Mrs. Toby long and Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon played curds with the club members. Miss Margaret Shaver was high scorer and Miss Usrcy, second high among the club mem'jcrs in (he bridge games. Guest prize «'ent to Mrs. Long. A dessert ccurse with coffee was served at the conclusion of ihc Slcclc Bridge Club Knlcrlainrd The Sleele TueiKlay Brkise chii) was entertained In the home of Mis. Harbert Muitgciis last week when she also had the following gucsls; Mrs. Hoy Workman of Cn- ruUiersviltc, Mrs. Jim Bnriics and Mrs. Walter Dryan of Micob. Mrs. Marshall liurroughs, Mrs. Mus-jhetl Hnmra and Mrs. Lee vsagcr of fitcele. Mrs. Conrnd K-i\incs held high score club, prize nnd Mrs. Barnes, juest high, Mrs. Burroughs received low score award. The hostess served cheese sand- .wichgf,-, iplckles, pecan jiic loppnd with whipped cream find coffee. I Olendcan Jones, wlin attend col- j lego in Cnpe Glrardcmt, spent Inst weekend In Cooler with their parents. Mory Helen Strong, little daughter of .Mr. nnd Mis. James. Strong v.ho lins been very sick \vltli pneumonia, Is very much Improved. Mrs. George Lawrence was rs- Uirned lo lier home at Holland the latter part of the week in a German ambulnnce, from tlie Methodist hospital In Mcmplils where .she lins been under Irc.itmeiil. Her condition Is unimproved. I'nul Duffy lett Sntm'rtny for his home In California rifter a week's visit here with relatives. He wjis accompanied home uj" llerbcit Gilmore who will spend several weeks there. Mrs. Lenord Cnssidy and IIUI2 son of Orowder, Mo., spent lust I'lays Cards With Club. Mrs. Jesse M. White played cards with members of the City Contract club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained at, th- home of Mrs. L. S. BcWsh. Refreshments were served av the conclusion of Die games In which Mrs. White - was high ami Mrs. Hoscoe Crafton, second high scov- rr. Are Guests cf Club. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry ami MI- S . Russell Farr were of Mrs! Jesse Taylor yesterday iilteniooii when she. entertained members of tile Tuesday club with u party at her home. JoncfUHs and irises were used to decorate the . entertaining rooms Mrs. Fair, was high KOrcr and Mrs. Trieschmann. second liich in the games, The hostess served a salact plate after .the games had been played. - • - » • » * I'oMponc Aid Steeling The meeting of the Ladies' .\id of Temple Israel originally scheduled for tonight at Ihc home ot Mrs. Abo Nickbl'qf Osceola has been postponed ' because of the death of Max- mibcnstcln of that city; •Avmuihceim.'iit of the dale of the meeting will be made later. - - • ' ---- _-- __ __ I •'pcr .Children Pafriolie SINGAPORE (UP)-Childien ill iV'Icpcr .'.camp In the Malay Stales iirOj.hchljiing rtilsc money for llrlt- fs)i' 'war charities by running errands for inmates- of the camp and by cleaning shoes. Cooler Hrlilgc Club Knlcrtnlncil The Tuesday Bi'ldgaleers citib of Cooler was entertained Inst week In the home of Mrs. Gils Cooper. The high score prize went to Mis. Sidney Miller Jr., who also received bridge avvnrd. Mrs. Velmer Campbell received second high and Mrs. Floyd Winter, traveling .lonors, Tlie hostess servccl lima ,flsh 5!incl«'lchcs, rtidlsli loses, stu'ffed celery, cookies mul hot chocolate. *' • » Vouiif Miilrcns (iiiesls of Mrs. H.ill The Young Matrons BriOje t-lub of Slcclc was delightfully entertained In (he home- ot Mrs. Ralph Hull Inst W?:lnesdny evening when she also had Mrs. A. D. Alicrnnthy, Mrs, Harbert Hudgcns .Mrs. Toni- mlc Frnkes. Mrs. J. B. Get man and Mrs. Jim Barnes in (o play bridge with them. The. club high prize went to Mrs. Lee Ycassr niirt juest liigh to Mrs. Hmlgeiw. The liostcss served chicken snlntl -andwlchcs. potato chips, plrkles. Truit rnke mul coffee. » » •« Mrs. Ashcr Uoslcss to f.llrky N'iur Mrs. nuel Asher «ni hostess tf> her Lucky Nine Bunco club and !\vo nucsls. Miss Mil gavel McClure ind Mrs. OIK Cooper nt the horn; week hfiti the former's sister, Mis. K. C. Bteele Jr., nnd -new daughter, Ann Louise. Tlie Ucv. and Mrs. H. S. Ilollcy returned over the weekend after n week's visit with relatives in points who lins been Mrs. Henry Russo and Harold Erownllel of Detroit, Midi It'll Mils morning nflcr having spent a few days here v/llh Mr. n.m\ j,i r . Fnuik Ollssoii ami MI-. nnd Mrs lienari! McParland. They will vlsil J. If. Brownflel and family nt Flslicr, Ark., and Mr. ami MI.S W, M, McParland nt Sena'tli, Wo before returning here Friday lo spend a few days. They had visit In Fisher before coming hare Die- first time. Mr. and Mrs. c. Lewis Wilson and daughter, Anna Lou, of Mem l>hls, have returned home nftcr having visited relatives here ovci the week end. The condition of J. E. Wlili-wbrlh who Is seriously 111 nt Ihe WalK hospital, remains unchanged lo day. Mi™ Pally Ann Green will M t rive Icday from Memphis for a visit with her parent 1 ;, Mr. urn' Mrs. Knrl Green. Because she Is an honor student at St. Aj»nr Academy, chc Is exempt froin hcv semester oxnmlnatlons and n>;u spend n week here while oilier students arc taking them. Mr. and Mrs. S. Jiedel, Mis. S. Joseph, Mm., Walter Rosentlml an Mrs, Sam Florniau will go to 'Os:? oln this afternoon to be with the family of Hie late Max flubenstcin Funeral services for Mr. Ruben stein will be held at ten o'clo; tomorrow .morning at the Collins Cliipe! in Memphis with bnrlnl to be nt Ihc Barren Jlirsch ceinelerj Mr. anil Mrs. Ike Miller and Mis. Louis Appleuaum w,ore In Osccoli yesteixlny «ncl Mrs. Miller also returned today.- Stephen Fritzius, old son of Mr. nnd Fritzlm. is 111 i Blylheville hos John Roland Sanders went to] Little Rock Friday to -accept a-D^^4- H -f position in the radio department.!' QSTOT T reiGI of the Arkansas State Police commission. MJ-. nnd Mrs. Jesse H. Webb, and son, Jesse, have arrived here from Dumas, Ark., to make their horae| at Oil West Walnut street. The Hcv. Matthew A. Cm ry, rector o( St. Stephen's Episcopal church, has gone to Tort Smith to attend the niinual convention of the Diocese of Arkansas which is i of Illinois. Wiiltcr Johnson, sick of pneumonia, is very much improved nt this time. A. W. Jordan of Steele, accompanied by Ills smi-lu-lon-. Dan Pcrtis Jr., of Lcpanto. Ark., U> spending a vacation in points ot Florida. Miss Mary Newt Cnrr is recovering from a week's Illness of flu. Cold Weathc r Forces Delay In Band Clinic Because of the cold weather which has descended on Blylhe- vllle, Charles Moorehead, director cf tlie local school band, announced today the postponement of the band clinic which wns lo be held here tomorrow. M. J. Ltpprmin. of Hendrix. college ,11 Coniyny, who wns to conduct the clinic, win come instead some time next month, Mr. Morehead stated. Mind Your Manners ol Mrs. Tom Lrwis \V?dnesday! The hi|;h scon- prize went In Mrs. T. N. Brijiaiiff: bunco ,in:l .ravelin* bunco to Mrs. Lewis nnrt low score- to Mrs. Clniicr CiiUihnd. The host"ss snn'ori clu'pi^ ^nnd- wtches. Crtkc and u-r-d drink*. linok rluti Kntrrhlurtl Mrs. ,J. it. Woik.'mn '.ins hostess lo the Bcok Club (it stpcle Wednesday aftrrmspn wlirn time wore 'I' your kii(iw!c;lgc of correct soilal usage by iiiiswering (he fol- !lo *»ig questions, then chccklni njnlnsl the nmhorilnlive answers 1. Dors a man leave a street or bus tefore ov nfli-r Ihp woman with him? ').. Whnt is IMC reason tor this lute? .'I. Docs a min prprrdi: or follow B woman to tlicir tub!? lu ;) V cs- laurnnt? •I. Dors ho tnllm- iiir usher In a theater o; Id her follow the usher? 13 member.-: prr.seiil. An Interesting prn>ram on Cur- , rent Events s i v cn wit!\ M,,; j has taken you to a concert or play E. E. Benton reportm; on "Tourist ' lv ' 1 ' c ' 1 V°" thought wi\s very poor. Wlint would you do If— You are a woman nnd Homer, Hsu-kef 1 : Mix L;'.vo» Eul.s gave a talk on • Tin- GorlfnMpr cf Play" nnri Mis ^.\ fn Gavrctt on "Youdi R:\,Tinii:r;, <i^ \Vnr Wlirpp." Mr,-,. Workin,i'A ,^ivi s :! ;: sahd course and coftrc Knlrrtllns al Hridiit Mrs. H. E. Don net w;is hostess to Ino tables ol hiicijc pnesl? at hrr home, vcoi:. High score pri-r wtui to MI., Har.el. second lilali to Mrs. Holly and low M-OIV in m v , Mrl).>iii:i. She ;crvcd Ired dviiih? rlurinj tiic Btnnra anil ul the rwcuision n't Hir Sinner, .sin- .-j-rvrd : , -,1^,1 ,, 0 ,|,.,. and tiot churoUite • Harold filrct,. cf Nr.i M H li id was [here last wco--. vKiu,,- , V | : ,ti VW j nnd took his mother, M ( « ^ c Stccle Si-.. atv,l (UiU';hi.n- Miw Louise, lo ChJIliruthc. M<r wlieiT Ihc Inttcv is to aU;ml colics lliij term. James Brown. Missc? i ouls™ Beckham, Rowena Campbell" aiiii Woulii you'll "I am so clad opportunity lo :: hart the __WEDNESDAY, JANUARY . 24, .1940 j Ice Box Rental Urged j For Storage of Food! Osccola Society—Personal WORCESTER, Mass. <UP)-ice boxes rented In "the same way as safety deposit boxes is (he suggestion of J. JJ. Fraiiikoii of the Massachusetts State college dairy industry department.. His Idea, already tried in the Middle West and In « Vcrmoni A hillbilly is called iv Huc-Hl (pronounced Hootaol) i u poiainr.1 Hridi'-Ktccl Honored Miss Joy fllack\vood, whose mir- rlrv«e lo Lelloy Owens will occur, „„, lomorrow nflcrnoon. was honored |c:miminlty, calls for a central ro-^ foclay with a beautifully appointed frtgenUlon plant where housewives luncheon given by tier mintA', Mrs. ma . v rent a "locker." Owight ISlackwood and Mrs. W. L.i Each locker would have H 250-" Kelse 0 ' '" ll ' e Blockwoo<1 holnc ml ! pollnd canacity- and would keep Bridal place cards marked tlie' ns a year. Frandscn' bc!tevcs°"li places fcr the 24 guests with thet would save housewives much mcnev' honoree's chair marked with a '.by allowing-;ihem to store home] nuKp white satin bow. A silver grown products am? by allowlntJ Howl with white carnations and, llieni to buy meats, fruits andl em centered the large dining tn- vegetables when prices nre low We with tall white tapers in silver holders lighting the scene. The hostesses' gift to their neice i was a set of crystal golblets. Out- of-town guests were Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Blythevillc, nnd Mrs. Hal McHaney ot Kemiett, Mo. Included among the ether affairs (lint have been given for Miss Blnckwood was the buffet supper nnd linen shower given by Mrs. I Jeltie Driver In her home on Tues' day night,, when pink carnations and pink candles were used In dec- ! orations. ( She also shared honors with Mlf-s Jane Wcahersby. whose wed- <lhi£ to John H. Donaldscn of Sikcston. Mo., Is set for next Wednesday, nt (lie bridge party and miscellaneous shower given at the country home ol Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., last week. iVire. Joe Cromcr Hostess Mrs. W. \v. Prewltt of Ihis city niul Mrs. J. H. Grain cf Wilson were winners of awards at. Ihe Friday Bridge Club in tlie home of Mrs. Joe Cromcr on Carson lake. In addition to members of the club. Mrs, Dwight H. Blackwoocl, Mis. nheba Davidson of- Uniontown. Ala., Mrs. Charles Stillenger, and Mrs. J. H. Grain were guests. An ««llenc lixanvc in colds, re-: licvcs biliousjiM.5, sour 'stomach, • bilious indigtstiun, flatulence and headsche, due 16 constipation. lOc and. 25c at dealers Try One. of Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From High Schnol . four months' Fr| B ltl S rl P °f winter stopped the splash at Niagara Fails as zero M "' S " ''' G1:lcll sh Kntertahi> Mrs. S. L. Mrs. •Clinrtes | tcmricrnlures left American Falls, above, SO per cent paralyzed. Only a n," four taWe brldt tmonlfl at the- small trickle of water now drips Into the gorge. .she belongs at her to-: \ being held there today itibnw. ' ^ " Jack Horncr, son of Mr. ami Mrs. W. L. Horncr, Is 111 of influenza- at his home, 1200 Chicka- sfuvba avenue. Mr. a|id Mrs, Neal Geseil, of Jonesboro, are spending two.days here with Mr. Gesell's mother, Mrs. J. S. Geseil. Mrs. George M. Hunt is 111 ot fn- nnenza nt 800 West Main street. At The Hospitals | niylhevlllc hospital Stephen Frllsiius. city, admitted. Mrs. Trell Archer, city, admitted. Mrs. Bnmn Aforgnu, Brisg City, admitted. Mrs. M, K Cmnpbell, city, dts- .iiisscd. : Walls Mis. Tom Brown, city, admitted. Mrs. Oscar McFnll, city, dismissed. Miss Hena Meivin, city, dismissed. Afemplils Mcllindlst hospital Bruce Ivy Jr., Osce:ln, ddmltted. Memphis Baptist hospital Miss Ocncvn Humes, Manlln, nd- mittcd. Paul and Harold Brownflel of DD- trcit, J. M. Brownnel of Datto, Ark., and Herbert Brownfiel of Fisher, and one sister, Mrs. L; M. Walraven of Detroit, nil of whom were there for the rites. home Thursday afternoon. ' MlD ' Cla , Ucl ,?'"''" , IV011 . hi & ™ »w fl "l, rthconEolatibn prize Sign the.Nsw Register attheRi'tz Down Memory Lane Id Vcars ,\go Five small wolf pups,, caught by L. Gltisco of near Miuiiln at- at the county tracted a crowd roiirt house lodny, Mrs. Mmy Sullen, mother of Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Is 111 at aer home ru West Ash Mvcd . . . F. L. I'iltmnn has returned from two days spent in Memphis . . . O. C. Barnes of this city, will prroch at 'the Armovcl Church Sunday morntng. Five Years Ago Marked Tree—Mrs. Franklin D. ifcosevell was drawn Into tlie eastern Arknnsns iilnntalion owncr- sharccroiippr controversy (ortay wlicn truant,'; sent her i\ lc)cgr:im »1 of Ward H. Hnn Diego, Chile — Southern chlie lay stricken today by « vio> tent cnrthqiMke which caused ai! . 1. lltloic. 2. £n tlmt lie can inir-v Uclp \m g»^l down tlip .-.t^p:,-. 3. Hi: follows her. I. Itr Iris hrr [nllmv thr iv,hi-r I Ho.-.! "What would You IXi" s' hitlon— (hi. loss of lite and property riMliuctiou. It Is lielicvcd 20,dCO por,=ons had perished. Thr lrn<lr winch t-onne ir;.l nbc-u'. . fusl lilch\\ny s known. cs of ,\:~ia Minor. ii lr C! ,., ( w .| (1 , t!ir .WANTED! WOMEJL 3S to B'i j-rs. eld, »-tio nro milirwl' tnooiiy, nervous, fcr.r lv>l fl ;1 ,ii» . dfzsy erclls, to uki> L.vdhi K, r; f £' hrira'3 Vrgetnlilc Compouivi. I-Vinous in helping women go f miliii" tlitti "iryinif limej" dm. 10 i nn ". I tonal irrogninritioji." Try it' Dramatic Group To Hear Miss Irene Morgan Miss Irene-Morgan will be the principal speaker at the meeting of . the ;Little -Theater .Thursday night m 7:30 o'clock at the city hall. VV. K. Francis, president of the org.inlznilon, has announced that. | the meeting Is open to all who are interested in the work cf the theatrical enterprise. OiiDSls were Mrs. Raymond Cartwright, Mrs. H. C. Davidson, and Mrs. F. A. White. WED. - THUR. YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE JI ...IF YOU HADN'T LIVED IT! According to .the U. s. Bureau j of Plant Industry, smoking does not dull t:\ste. Use a few drops of Va-tro-nol. It's a wonderful help in preventing colds from developing. The Rev Andrew Gundy, Seattle n.iiloi. orcl erred mil to paying a SI oarKing tine, so tlie court accommodated mm. The Rev. Mr. Uuucly is $hown serving nis two-Hour sentence. Attend Funeral For Mrs. J. W. Brownfiel Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnrd Mc.Farlaud iWd Mr. and Mrs. Franfc Glisson have returned from Fisher. Ark-. where they attended funeral ritr-i of Mrs. J. W. nrowndnl who died last Friday ni-,?ht. Slie was H5. and the grandmother ot Mr. Mc- Farlnnd ami Mrs. Glissou. A member ot a pioneer family of i thai section. Mrs. urownflel was ' LIVER BILE- Without Calomel—And You 1 II Jump Oul ol BeJ In ihe Morning Rarin' to Go Tlie liver fhouM rour out two pints of liquid lille into ytiLir lK»vve[^ «lail/. If this liilt is not tlowiiiijf frtuly, yuur i"o(»rl may not diKest. It may jiiit <!cc;iy En the bowels'. Gas hi oats tip your Btorrach.'Yuii yet contti- INilcil. Yon fed stuir, sunk Li\d the world iook.i pnnli. U UV^ 3 1)1050 Korxl, olii Carter's LHDe I.lvcr Tills lo pet tnc=c t^o pint* of bite Flowing frroly to innkc you. fcf\ "u]» nm1 up." Amazing jn ninkini^ liilo flow frcelv. Ask for Cnrtvrlk Little Liver Pills bv nninr. lOtf nntl 2S^.£lul)liornlyrcfii!canyliiu EXPERT BEAUTY WORK LALL lUb Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP UEDUCfif SENSTBLY Swedish Slassago, Yap. Hallis Mrs. Ruth tairhon j*mL5 CAGNEYj PRISC1LLA LANE l\ Hrllf ; "* .' r - ' r s-^' ROARING -CUDIS CEMja'JEFflty iVliin rnns, HcIlUEh. p«.jl K-ll/'Dlitittd bxMQUL V^ftL5H ; I »»WR -.-.K. rtta. . fe,,, „., t , ,.„, W .!4 >*,:< *'^(e/a/tre^,nls,i,«.Pie. e.OrijVoJWa / t J M*/lH»&,ju-jl I'arnmniiHl ,\e\vs * Comedy"' O'X.Y WED. & THUR. Also Sclccled Slimis LISTEN TO KI.CN 11:00 a.m. —12:45 p.m.—i:30 p.m Phone Uiti 2*4 Fhonc Rosy bcrn in Spriiii;tpi : |. m., but had I lived at FUhcr lor 51 yeavs. Funeral -wnices were held at' I the Fisher Baptist church ami burial was mrule in n, c cemetery at (Tarrisburg. Ark. She is survived by her hitswml J, W. Browniipi; two daughters, Mrs. W. M. MrFnrland of Sonnlh Mo., and lilytiievlllc. and Mrs. J W. 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