The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 3, 1940
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PAGE TWC SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3,'-194U ' • . . — ~-._ I.,. _ , — *-/-*.... wAn-nn, j. j 1 Jj/JjIxUr Duchesses In PJwto Finish For 'Besllte^d' Title Social Calendar MONDAY'S' EVENTS Woman's Missionary society. Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Mission "Study Group, Woman's Council,. First Christian church, meeting 2:30 . o'clock with Mrs. J. D. Smith, Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with : Mrs. J. D. McDowell, Executive board, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's Society for Christian' Service, First Methodist church meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. MoCiUchen and Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon entertaining Col. John Martin Clmptcr .of the Daughters of the American Colonist?, u o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. .City Contract cmo meeting with Mrs. Hoseoe Crnfton. Mre. Carleton Smllh Jr. having Tuesday. Afternoon club. Double G club meeting with Miss Mildred Moore. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck entertaining Thursday Bridge club. .Mrs. V. O. Miller having Tuesday Contract club. ; WEDNESDAY'S EVENT3 - Mrs. p. A. Cunningham entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Bi-Monthly. Luncheon club meet-.- ing with Mrs. J. p. Holland. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. .Harold Schnee. ' Mrs. p. W. McCutchcn having Town and Country club. FLAPPER FANNY, - C0P*.'| JM Bf NM 6t«Vt«. IKS. f.H.HK. V. S. PAT, By syim "Fan says I can't use lipstick until I'm sixteen!—gosh by ""'"-e. I'll probably need it.' Grant, Miss Florence Crawford, Presbyterian church, being held at V:30 O'clcck fit home of Mrs. T. J, Alahnn. THURSDAY'S EVENTS ;Mrs. J. M. Williams entertaining i Thursday afternoon club. I IJelta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Charles L. Wyllo. Airs. Theodore Logan having Douuie Four Bridge club. Mrs. C: W. Affltck entertaining ! Thursday Luncheon club. I Thursday Contract club meeting' with Mrs. G. E. Keck. I Mrs. Richard Dickinson having I 'Thursday Dessert club. I Miss Genevieve Pfiefer, of Brinkley, was a guest of,the group. Wilson Society—Personal Clu Masons To Meet On Tuesday Night The Royal Arch'Masons 117 wll meet. Tuesday night at 1:30 o'clock lit the Hull for decree work, officers announced today. Down Memory Lane Norman Gutc 10 Years Ago Wnslli "B t -on-ChieI Justice \VI1- •Mid-Week Bridge club. .FRIDAY'S EVE '.Mrs. J. p. Holland entertaining' Friday Bridge club.' Elmwobd Cemetery association a close one of the most ,-*^^^^>S? '««» J » ««, ccunlry, man smithy or Memphis, M,mlenls| Jake ' Ungflr „„„ ^ having a^l day meeting witli Mrs, Otto Bradberry beginning nt 11 o'clock. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of Unlver- - , - -..- .- . u „„,,; lu UWKe „,, slty Women, meeting 12:30 o'clock ! wns >voleri lo M «- J- A. Merrill lo alter four venrs In Memi ills at Hotel Noble. »«= David p. Dodd roses lo Earle, Ark.; Jill ope, The y lll ° c!tll) house grounds, Webb Lumbnr rmminnv i, n ™ niitl^nnoimcemcnl WBS mode that;.week L " mbcr .- con .}l 1! » l y "«c , ,,„„ ».. ^ Brooks In Mem- ^^^f&l™™^ three readings mid n 'Up dunce, i " ,^'' \. . £'=H^ t ? : «?-=t,rS':s/'E«L;s Dinner Hciiors jvilss Coppcdfe and Fiaiice Miss Dora Cop'pedgc and her ^ ""f|Jv.w&i; IUHI Ilur nance, Frank Huffman, were complimented at a dinner party given Jflst night • for six ' guests nt the home of Miss Thclron WorUilnK- ton. • Tlie wedding will be solemnized lomorrow afternoon at four o'ckck at the .First Methodist church bj the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor fc d~crncy, and containing a history of the First Baptist church. Figures in a miniature bridal party were reflected on the mirror m the center of the dining (able in carrying out the pink and white scheme of the party, favors of immature ccrsagcs of pink carnations and white carnation bouton- nicres banked the mirror Pink tapers flanked Die wedding scene. The bride's place was mark•-•. s corsn E= of P'nh nnd white carnations. Bridal placccnrds completed the table decorations A tour course dinner was served. 1'lan For Prayer Season Plans for the season cr prayer lor home missions «xre discussed at * _meetmg of H memljers of he Woman's Missioiinrj' Union of I he First Baptist church vestcrttay afternoon at the home 'of Mrs . The prayer season will be Mar.-h ' ' ° m " 6 - group 'nlso . -: -• ---^ e'v\^j itihu completed plans for lhc entertainment or Baptist churches which "Till meet here next rridny Prayers were ofTcril by Mrs. C. •Hi i, V meeti »e was adjourned nie hostesses served « ?,,\ f< \ ,,1,,,, with coffee. ' ° Daughter Kcni A tiaughter was born to M v . nii'l Mrs. n ^ mphwthta the club house the last of FcDru- Knight who Is rapidly improving *" ! ^^ing a major cperatlon at the Methodist hospital recently Paul Hucklns spent (he week-end ' ..... - ft " (Is ' B i ' Mrs 1. B. Baker, Mrs. John Woods, nnd Mrs. C. H. Porter were welcomed ns new members. Mrs. W. B. Burkelt jiresented a book to the club library, which was ^emptied by an elderly member of the United Daughlers of Con- of the Burden spots of Arkansas. .An Ice course carrying on tthe Valentine motif was served by (lie hostesses, Mrs. Albert Grcc'mvell, Mrs. c. W. Hoover, Mrs. Bruce Wilson, Mrs. W. A. Williams, Mrs. Ferris Crnlg, Mrs. A. J. Cole. Mrs. John Burnett of Joiner was .in out of town guest. Workers Council Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson on- In Little Hock. Mr. and Mrs. _ -„„„ ^ i.ji. nun i>ua. Louis Wilson spent yesterday in Memphis. One Vcar Ago Washington—President Roosevelt branded as "a deliberate lie" n report that he ha<| placed America's frontier on the Rhine. Joiner News Mrs. Mclvin Sjieck nnd sou, Johnnie Earl, visited In Osccoia Wednesday as the guests of Mrs. Speck's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Earl Quhni. Mrs. Betty Speck ftiul Miss Mar- Bits of News Mostly Personsjs Mrs. o E, M Terry has returned from St, Petersburg, p)a., where she went with her sister, 'Mrs 'J L. Blnford, nnd her nephew Lynn Bin ford, of Brownsville, Term Mr* Terry and Mrs. Blnford, who ac- c:iii|Kinlcd her home, were met In .Memphis by Mr. Terry nnd the" attended the showing of "Gone Will, The Wind" before returnla home. . Hnrold Sternbeifr, who Injured his back while swimming 'lit Acapulco, Mexico, -recently, was to br removed the latter part of this ; wcek to u hospital in Dallas Tux or Memphis. He is steadily 'improving and It Is expected that 'he will Lc able to be cut in two weeks J. P. Wnlden, formerly of h'crr has gone to Nntchez, Miss,, where he is to be assistant manager of me S. H, Kress Company. He was transferred from Hot .Springs where he lield the tame position W. B. McMiillin is seriously m at his home, C22 West Main street following a .heart, nltnck Thursday] He will be unable to have visitors for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel :F. Norris will go to Memphis tonight to hear the San Carlo opera production of "Rigblotto" at Ellis auditorium. - .-' ,' : Mrs, E. M. Regenold is ill ol brrnehlnl pneumonia at her home Her mother, Mrs. o. E. • Moore, cnme here from Wilson yesterday lo spend n few days with her. Mrs, Ralph Hoblnson nnd Miss Boss Wilson motored Mrs. Moore here Miss Betty Eberdl, who Is n student at Hcndrlx college nl con- way, has returned lo schcol after having spent her "between semesters" holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Jr Mrs. B. P. Guy: left Tuesday lor St. Petersburg, Ma., where she will spend six weeks with her .sister, Mrs. J. W.- White, and Mr White. Mrs. J. w, Wright will leave this afternoon for Rochester,' Minn where ;;iie will Undergo examination nf the Mayo clinic. Her daughter, Miss Mnry Sue Wright will- accompany her. Mrs. Wright has been In ill,'health for some lime. •.'.-' Mrs. Edwin Robinson is recovering-from a bad-c:ld which 'has confined her to her 1 home for a few days. Mrs. John Wttldcn is 111 of influenza lit her home, 1115 Hcarn street. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughters, Misses Sara Jo, Frances and Virginia,' nnd son, Tom Jr., nnd Miss Margaret Sluivcr will attend the opera, "Mnrlha", in Memphis this afternoon, Mrs. L. D. chamblln and sons Jack and Don, and Mrs. Ben White and sen, John, .went to Memphis today to sec .the motion picture 'Gone With The Wind. 11 Mrs. F. L. Engler, Mrs. Eddie Cummins nnd Mrs. O. O. Hnrdn- H'ny arc spending today In M';m- Mrc. Ziiln rjnsitifm and dmigh- :er, Miss Hazel, went to Memphis today to sec the mciiicii I picture. "Gone With the Wind." B. F. Gay Jr., hns gone to Fny- ettevlllc to enter the University of Arkansas for the second semester. He has previously attended school Competition for the title of "world's best-dressed woman" was so keen that !«,„„,! P • ~~'~, . ~ cou.d not make a choice. So the race was declared a dead heat, with the Du hel" of K™f? P 7"" tied for first place, America's Doris Duke CromweU (left) was * no w wile of the ... S. Minister to Can.:, CHURCH NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson on- , h " ,, , "-X °> c ^ nna M!ss M ar - tertatncd about twenty members' L " , " '' CC , k , ntlcmlcd (o mis '- ol the Baptist Sunday School j nc » In Memphis Monday. Workers Council at their home on ,, j Ji" I 1 N , ts ' u p - Nowrtcn and Thursday night, with a spaghetti M'°', °" y Bmvd ™ »rc visiting In Clipper. During the business" MJS-,, ," illut ''""'"Pa, Fla., for ... - .i,,, i a '" w weeks. it was voted to meeting lo the Tuesday tiefcre Terry Mitchell, of Mem•>..--*.,, ? \v \u v A U^MIlly IIUIC'IU nV,!*. „ , ' -,-v... (he first Sunday in each month, „*„'?,',JL 1 >e " 1 ."'?"£* elltl w «h her instead of Thursday, camion citiii Meets. About Uventy-fivc couples, and stuss rinnccri n t the- ,. olhei. Mrs. W. T. Mitchell. John Grccr 'Bench, --."- ... «j_ng, Uillf.. is visiting |,i s m olhcr-ln- f law, Mrs. Emmell Speck, for a few days. —.„, „„ ,„„,-«,„,• cvcmne. K-ft,-i] ,J, V ', mnS ,, lh °, Ilcoplc who Bn ' nt Mrs. Brurr Wilson nnd Mrs W J «,, ., e lhc sll(nv - " c "'° ! ><= With The ! llflu-icr ,,.„.•« hnci..,,.^ .., .... X ': U " K1 now Wavluc 111 Mfmnhls house on nicsts Cltl'.l- '.vhou lutlwij were hostesses to Ihp villlan club, nl their vretilnr .y dance. Mr. and Mrs. ind Mr. and Mrs. Cash, wli ccEiilly moved to Wilson now playing |» Anna Ruth Speck. Loflls. Miss Mary Ann tarj- Alice Sluddle, Speck and son, Johnie Harrison, Mrs. U. Norton and from here who \ V civ h, Memphis this week to see "Hem- With the Wind" (ire; (lie- Hev and Mr. nnd Mrs. June Cliilcs and :n have gone lo Laiittc, La., for two weeks' trip. at their IS,,^ ^ \t ^, , ..... " " W i-bepn named I Guest of Club, Mrs John Thomas Scanlon «•<.. a Bucst ot Mrs. O. O Hartliua'y >esterday afternoon when --he ri- terlained members of lhc Friniv Bndge club with a party at her yesterday afternoon. conclusion of UM games in Vine? Vrs. J W M uus Ji wns hii-h scorer and Mrs. W. n sqcona high. « « » New Members Entertained Tlie five new members of the O. M T. club were cnlertained tithe other 12 mem'icis at B slcaV Mipper at the Rustic Inn ThurefUy New members aie- Miss ton - i; *' Mnry Mrs. W. o. t'r.urr. Mrs. W. 0. Mrs. R. A. Kcgcnolrt and dauviit^r. Mary I-rances. Mrs. Albert circen- wrll ant) Mrs. Bnicc Wilson. Son Is Rom. Mr. and Mrs. Robert \Vilscn ill are the paient5 of a .<.yn born vl hospital in Mi 111- At The Hospitals Walls llospitnl t Mrs. Frank Kiunl o»by. city, dismissed and l.on WnUson. Doll. dlMmwrd Kl.vHicvitlp Hns[iU:il Russ Rlncharl. stcrlc. admiltcd Mrs. George Mitt|, cws i (xth street, city, admitted. Mrs. E. G. Hotbiij... Joinl™«,!.'] I-'JRST I'KESBYTEIUAN ClIUUCH Jiiiiifs A. Overholscr, minister Church school 0:45 a.m. .Morning worship U:CO a.m. Theme, "The Singing- Faith." Young People's meeting fi:30p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. Theme. "What Is Personal Freedom?" Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. T J. Mahan. 420 West Walnut. Choir practice Wednesday 8:15 p.m. You arc cordially Invited to attend the servtes of this church. riLGHlSI LUTHERAN If. J. Ktcimlicnst, pasinr Di\'ino service 9:45 a.m. Sermon theme: "Lord, That r ?,r,r,- See' Sunday School 10:45 ii.rn. The Lutheran Hour 3:30 over KLCN and 4 p.m. over WREC. Confirmation class meets nt 2:15 pjn. Special Lenten services bogin Wednesday '7:30 p.m. We Invite you to visit our services. We preach Christ and Him Crucified. TK.MPLE ISIMKL Herman Pollack, rabbi l;30 p.m. Sunday school will be In session. ;i p.m. Services. Social Hygiene day will be observed. Sermon "topic: J "•" —-~.-"» j-i-~«i mil I" iiij.M, oUlit (IV O praise to do more than He J 1RS j and ending March 241 the already done, nor can the Infinite will preach « scries of do Ir-SS than holtnw nil ..nnrl el.,™ ..m,..j.i;_.. ,. .7 -'. do less than bestow all good, since He is ivncharglng wisdom and Love." Page 2. c(ls .' A Christian Science program is We "Clirirtinn Service." Miss Margaret broadcast next Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 1:45 P. M. over KLCN. I.UXOKA METHODIST CHUKCI1 R. E. L. IScanlcn Jr., pastor Clmrch school at 10 a. m. Mrs. Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning services at 11 o'clock. The Anthem: "We're Wearing the City." Sermon. "When Religion •Becomes Tradition." The. Younjf. People will meet tit '.'IS o'clock. At the evening service at seven o'clcck, the fust quarterly conference will be held. Let us have a goad representation of our church that niyht. A number of Items of great interest to members and friends of the church will be discussed. Shaver will give a reading, "Dor- most cordially invite public. Strangers in .our city especially invited. We'll try to 'make you glad you came our way. PILGKIM TABEKNACLK HO Cherry slreci O. \V. Doss, iwslnr !l:45 a.m. Sunday School. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Morning'worship. 7:00 p.m. Young People's service. Mrs. Veda Trotter, leader. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic.' service:' 1 '''' 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer service. BAVTIST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth Itcv. Alfred 'Carpenter, puslor Sunday: 0:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:49 a.m. Morning worship. .u.^w «.*i,. ju<yiiiiiig worstup. An- CALVAKY EPISCOPAL CHUItCH tller " nntl special music. Sermon— "Tlie Future of the Family." Everyone is welcome to attend. LAKi: STHKKr METHODIST A. Curry, priesl-ln-cborgL- Evenlng prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Ash Wednesday, Holy commun- i:u and Pcnctential service at 8:30 a. m. Mki-wuek service on througluut Lent wil 7:30 o'clock. Friday be held Will Hear Operas At Memphis Over Week-End Several .students of the junior high school will hem- one of fho three operas being presented this week end by the San Carlo opera company at Uie Ellis Auditorium In Memphis. Among them will be (he students who Tire going today with Miss Mnry Emma Hood, junior hlgli. public school music teacher nnd her fistcr, Mrs. I'at. O'lJryanl' They will wr (he opera "Marifm " whlnli Is sung In English ,, n , ( tll ' e accompanying ballet. ' These students are: Ppliv Hurig- ers. Roberta Flormnn, Hehria John- fcn. Adallnc Lcc. lYauce.s sue Bright. Jane Cnstllq. Ann Dreji Mary Frances Numi. Dorothy Crawford, Maxinc Evans, imoican Mocre. . ST. STRI'HEN'S E CHURCH liillluiB' A. Curry, prlrsl-in-clmrgc I-'. JI. Street, paslor ' 1Toly cc) ) ln " in '0!i and sermon. a. m. church school, ivcrson ' J,';?, 0 a ' m Sermon topic. "Char- .»..„ n. m. Prencliln'g service i, Ncxl Wcd ™sday is commonly 6:30 p. m. Young People's nieel- :," own ns Ash Wcdnesdnv. The IBS "i Penctcnlial Service appropriate Mcrrls, Ings. 7:30 p. m. Preaching 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, Because of (he Europciin war Pirn-American lias discontinued' their scheduled landings at Eouth- aniplon and Marseilles, but have n:t. discontinued the coHtineiu-to- contlncni services. Read Courier News wuut ads S °" IV ' ' nic ' Ih- torn ' i TV l '^ Gravos Wils »> ' v <™- plns Wednesday rvcnin,. where MIC HJW soplnc Tticker in "i fwc u , To Ate at Ellis Auditorium Mrs. u. N. M onis , wl ', , confined to bed for lhc past < Jnonlhs. left FUcUy for FREE DEIJV'KR-S 1WW. HUIn St., 1-honc 15 Now In Nnv Localion J. J. HARGETT .SERVICE STATION • JIaili & Ilivisinii 1'hmip :>(IO . meeting at parsonage. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. service. service. steward's pastor. Broadcast KLCN. 6:30 p.m. Training union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Special music.: Mixed quartet. Sermon —pastor. Baptismal service. Wednesday—All-Church Night 7:QO p.m. Departmental meeting 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service. Business meeting and pastor bringing Eecoiid sermon of series on "Religion." 8:30 Choir rehearsal. and practice. 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Ladies' •Bible class. Radio services, KLCN. :dni)y .from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except' Sunday from 2:30 (u 3:15 o'clock. '• You are cordially invited to each or our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. ASSEMBLY OK GOD CHURCH Scvcnlh and Asli Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 1:30 a,m. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:01) a.m. Children's church. 3:00 pju. Men's prayer meeting 6:30 .p.m. Chris,t.'_Ambassa'd'drV 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic services Tuesaay. 7:30 o'clock. Young people's meeting. Friday, 7:30 pjn., Diblc study. ' ; The fiber of pine cones is usud in the finest of Instruments for recording changes in humidity. KXPERT HEAUTV M'OUK CALL 106 .^X,, Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES UK S. HrrmihViiy LOVK is the subject of the Les- stn-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Church ol Christ. Scientist, on Sunday. February •!. 1510. The Golden Text is: -Tlie love of God is shcii abroad in our heart. 1 ! by the Holy Cilmci which is given unlo us." Kooians ,=1:6. nong the rliiittons which comprise tin- Lcssrn-Snrmon is the following from the IJtblr. Lord hath appeared of old unlo me,' saying. Yea. I have loved tlicc with nn everlasting love: therefore with lo\iui! kindness drawn dice." Jeremiah 31:3. Thr Lcxsoii-Sennon also Includes Sl'L'Nl) VOUlt CASOL1NK IIOI.I.AK WISELY SAVE •')(" fn Ic Per Gallon ON GASOLINK Valuable Coupons Willi Karh I'urrlia.vo <:.VSOI.INi:_M()TOIv OIL KKIIOSENE \Vbolr.saIr * Itclail 'iit.vni; p. ^..t-i.^11 viw j vji.i v ii_t; n|l'JI VJiJl IIH,*,' for that day will be held n(. 10:00 I a. in. I There will be a mid-week Len- (cn service every Friday at 10:00 a. m. These services arc intended lo be a preparation (or Easter Day. FIRST CHRISTIAN' Main at Sixth. Cico. W. I'atlcrsoii, .ministi'r n:-!5 a.m. Bible school, Russell Barliam, superintendent.' ' 11:00 a.m. Worship, communion, preaching. BCRimiing'next Lord's Swedish MaNsage, Van. iia Mrs. Kulh I-inlion JOYNER OIL CO, IiKlcprntleiil Dealer i'AMi C.VK TO VOtrtt CAR Highway 151, Nnrlb, Ulyllu-villi'. \Vc Deliver . 1'lionc L13. Sign the Ntw Register ai the Ritz VICTOR MclAGLEN-COOPER HAl'TIST CKAI'KI, Lilly Sirccl a.m. Sunday school CHUUCII 01-' C11K1ST Dcntcn Ji. Ncal, niintstfr Lord's Day services: 9:45 a.m. Bible study. 11:00 a.m. Preaching. Ii:45 a.m. Communion. &• aerial "Green Horti" SUN. & MON. Try One of Our Deliciou PIG SANmyiCHKS liskory Inn BURNT ROSftUND RUSSELL in WOWftSO HAWKS' Arrnss From lli»li School LAST TIMES TODAY Their work always lias finish tbat m.irks laundering." A N£W UNIVERSAt PICTURE Also Sclcptcri Shorts SUN. & MON. Better and ' Cleaning PHANTOM KIUEBT EDGAR WALLACE'S GREATEST THNIL1.EB IDE LISTEN TO KLCN 11:1)1) n.m.-12;45 p.m.-4.-30 !>.?».

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