The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1942 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1942
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1942 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S'- 'EVENTS. Mrs. T. P. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. Club at Rustic Inn. Music Department, Woman's Club, meeting 3 o'clock at club. C. and N. Birthday Club meeting 6:30 o'clock at'Dogwood'club house. Accent on Spring Miss Cleveland Is Bnde The .-marriage of Miss Rachel liou Cleveland, of St. Louis, to -Edward. R. Stiegler, of Miami, son of Mrs. P. A. Stiegler, of St. Louis, is announced today by the bride's parents, \Ir, and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, of this city. The wedding was solemnized April 6 at Port Lauderdale. Pla. Justice 'of. the Peace P. Bird read the oerembny at his home. Attending the wedding were Mrs. L. D. 'Crairixnoricl and her granddaughter, iMiss Jean Crammond, and Mrs. M R, Gathaway of Rfiaini, Fla. T and Mason Poston of Pensacola, Ha>. For the ceremony, the bride ..wore a brown tailored suit \vuh beige and'.whits accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias and orange blossoms. The bride-has arrived here for a •brief-'visit ••with her parents before returning to St. Louis where she Is connected with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. She formerly made her home here. She • will join Mr. Stiegler as soon as he has -been assigned to a port. H<* is second class chief petty .officer of the United States Navy. Club To Hear Concert 'A piano concert will be presented by. Miss Agnes Weeks, minister of, music at First Methodist Church; "tomorrow afternoon at the .-meeting of the Music Department of the Woman's Club at the club house. : The concert which will begin at 3 o'clock is open, to any one who cares to attend. . ; - ..'• Miss Weeks has arranged a program of four groups for the members of the Music Department. Her opening group will include two sonatas." iy,. Scarlatti, "Fantasia in C Minor", Bach, and "Pastorale' 1 -'-by Mozart" and will be followed by Mendelssohn's "On Wings of Song" and Liszt's "Con- Accenl colors, all-important in Spring 1942 fashion, are carried Into the Easter corsage. This luminous white one is the modern manipulated type—five Kasler lily petals with a cluster of carnation petals at center. was made by Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mrs. Fairfield. They discussed the results of the examinations. • * * •» MRS. ADAMS PLAYS WITH BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr. played cards with members of the Tuesday Contract Club yesterday ufter- noon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. V. G. Holland. Refreshments were served after the games. Mrs. W. W. Shaver was high and Mrs. James V. Gates, second high scorer. ,of News Meetly * Peraeaal War Broadcaster To Talk In Memphis Social Calendar of Jaycees To Interest Women Visitors cert Etude No. 3." In the third group will Brahms' "Pour Waltzes". Debus- bcrs including three preludes, a nocturne, a mazurka find a polonaise. * * * Honor Mr. Garrett S. K. Garrett was honored at a surprise party given Wednesday night at his home in celebration of his birthday. The affair was arranged by the faculty of the junior hi^li .school of which Mr. Garrett; is principal. There were 10 present lor the supper. « The two course supper was served buffet .style from the dining table which had a centerpiece of violets arranged in a handmade' wagon. Favors were miniature wagons used for nut cups. They were made by Miss Emmagreen Mallory's art, class. Mr. and Mrs'. R. K. Crockett, of Osceola, visited Mrs. Crockett's, sister, Mrs. J. J. Bryant, here yesterday. Mrs. John Nichols am) Mrs. Patsy Todd of Dyersburg, Tenn., are visiting Dr. nnc! Mrs. Paul L. Tipton this week. Today the Tip- tons have as their guests, Mrs. Charles G. Ross and Mrs. Sadie James of Caruthersville. Mrs. Harvey Chapman and her mother, Mrs. Halsell, and Mrs. J. E. Halsell, are in ' Memphis today where Mrs. Chapman Ls consulting her dentist. They will return tomorrow. Miss Rena Wilson of Sanoval, 111., is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Mrs. C. R. Wroten and daughter, Mary Alice, went to Pine Bluff today for a visit with Mary Alice's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wroten. Mr. Wroten will motor to Pine Bluff for Mrs. Wroten tomorrow but Mary Alice will remain for a mouth's visit. The uncensored story of the fall of Singapore and other stirring events of war in the Pacific will be told by Cecil .Brown, ifce war broadcaster just returned to the United .Stales, in a lecture at the Memphis Auditorium Wednesday, April 20. Mr. Brown, who was aboard the British -warship Repulse when it, along with the Battleship Prince of Wales was sunk' in the South China Seas off Malaya, is appearing in Memphis under spon.sorship of 'the' Memphis Council of Civic Clubs. ! H& will tell what it's like tn be aboard a tor[>edoed and -sinking warship, what Singajjorc was lite) on the evo of 'invasion and how Australia is girding for a "last ditch" stand against the Japs and making preparation for a. counter offensive under _ General Douglas MacArthur. Those attending Mr. Brown's lecture will hear an unforgettable vivid account of the conflict he has personally witnessed in Malaya, the Philippines, the Dutch East Indies and Australia—all-out war he has seen from the "scorched earth" of bombed cities and villages, from the cockpits of bombers soaring over enemy territory and from hurtling tanks " deep in jungle terrain. Immediately following his lecture, the noted raido correspondent will answer questions asked by those in the audience. Plans have been computed for the social affairs to be held in connection with the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce convention here this week end. Wives of local Jaycee members have been in charge of the arrangments for special parties for the wives of visiting Jaycees and have assisted in planning for the joint affairs "or both the men and their wives. For the first afternoon, the women are 'to b? entertained at a matinee Friday afternoon at the Rilz Theater. The group will meet on the mezzanine floor of the Hotel Noble at 2 o'clock before going to the theater to see "Blondie Goes to College." On tiie committee in charge of arranging for the> theater party are Mrs. W. Q. Boyd, Mrs. A. E. Hickman, Mrs. John McDowell and Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Again on Saturday afternoon, there will be a party for the womsn. Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis and Mrs. R. A. Porter will act as hostesses for a bridge luncheon at 1 o'clock. The affair will be in the Chickasaw Club room of the hotel and is for both visiting and local J^yce? wives. Program / for the entertainment of the women wa-s worked out by Jack Finlcy Robinson and Carl Ganske. Joint convention socials include a cocktail party tomorrow afternoon and dances both Friday and Saturday nights. At the cocktail hour at 5 o'clock at the hotel, the social bureau will function. Miss Mary Ann Nabcrs is assisting in arranging for dates for the jvisiting stags. Members of the reception committee of which J. Farris McCalla Is chairman will be hosts for ths party. They are Mr. McCalla, Bancroft Terry, Richard Becker, John Caudill, Jack O'Keefe, Elbert Huffman, Howard Burton, Walter Day, John Burnett, Bernard Allen and Jack Owen. Walter Stroud and his Blue Rhythm Boys from Cape Girardeau, Mo., will play for both dances. The.cabaret dance on Friday Waterworks Improvements Will Be Started At Hoi>e FORT WORTH, Tex., April 36. < UP)—Geprge F. Harley regional engineer for the Federal Works Agency, has ' announc?d that B. W. Edwards of Hope, Ark., with 'a bid of $59,120 was low in seeking a contract for construction of waterworks improvements in Hope. The project is estimated to have a total cost of $65,000 with Hope receiving a federal grant of $45,000 and a loan of $20,000. The Worth James Construction Company of 'Little Rock was low with a bid of $18,741 for a con-; tract to make extension to the Hope sewage system. Federal grant for this project is $18,000. The lean Legion Hut and the dance on Saturday night will be at 10 o'clock in the Blue Room of Ih? hotel. Pan America Program Planned By Auxiliary The Mask a«i Gavel Club will present a program on "Pan America" til the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the Legion Hut. Mrs. Jess Seeman and Mrs. Mike Meroney will be hostesses for the i meeting. an appropriation of cover excess cost of other incidental expenses. $2.300 to $740 and * !f you suffer MONTHL] FEMALE PAI which makes yo» Nervous- If at such times you're annoyed by cramps, headaches, backache, distress of "irregularities," a bloated fj ing, periods of the blues -du»j i unctioiial monthly disturbanc try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetd! Compound. This famous liquid only helps relieve monthly j: but also tired, nervous /eeling: such days when due toithis ca Lydia Pinkham's Compouni one medicine you can buy to made especially /or women-fa regularly it helps build up res ance against such symptoms. I low label directions. Worth tryi StJoseph ASPIRIN^ WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT * Following supper, the group be i played bridge and other games. sy's "Clair de Lime", and Scria- biiie's "Etude" Op. 8, No. 5. The final group will be Chopin num- FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass - Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped orAvabbled at just the wrong time. Do not live in fear of this Happening to you. Just sprinkle, a little PASTEETH, the alkaline (nonacid) powder, on your plates. Holds false .teeth' more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store. MAKE PLANS TO RAISE CLASS FUNDS for raising funds for the class treasury was the main item of business at the meeting ol the Pathfinder Class at First Methodist Church Tuesday night.- • •Mrs. F. W. McGhee was nppoint- Rd to replace Mrs. Ivan Busby on the social coimuitte. Following the business meeting, which was presided over by T. Jennings Bailey, president of the class, x a social hour was held. At The Hospitals Blythevilh: Hospital Mrs. Roxie Keith, Route 1, Leachville/ admitted. Born to Mr', and Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald, city, a daughter, last night. Martha Clark, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. J. E. Little, Cooter, Mo., admitted. Betty Cameron, city, admitted. Joe Necdham, city, admitted. Tommy Spencer, Huffman, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. L. J. Sellmeyer, Leachville, admitted. Mrs. Ben F. Woods, Bragg City, Mo., admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. C. B. Coleman, Holland, Mo., admitted. Forest Service Reserve Organized In Oregon PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—Representatives of outdoor clubs, skiing, mountaineering and hiking groups have organized a forest fire fighting organization here, The Forest Service Reserves. The group intends to lend assistance to forestry agencies whose forces have been depleted by the withdrawal of CCC camps and the diversion of trained fire fighters to war industries and the army. Volunteers are asked- to take their .summer vacations and weekends with the forest service and to obtain permission from employers to leave work during fire emergency periods. The reserves will be paid standard wages and transported to the scenes .of emergency. Jonesj|oro Evangelist Announces Sermon Topic "The Life of Love" will be the Hostesses were Mrs. Hadley Hayes, subject of Evangelist J Mrs. Vernicc Brislcr and Mrs. T. Greers sermon tonight Foi Original Beauty Creations ( Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building * for all occasions + Personalized + Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hole] BUIg. Mrs. Vernicc Bristcr and Mrs. T. J. Bailev. The next social meeting of the- class will be a wiener roast at the park next month. * * * DK. McCLURKIN IS CENTRAL TTA SPEAKER. Dr. W. D. McClurkin, supcrin- tcndent of city schools, discussed "Education. in Our Changing World" at the meeting of the Central Parent-Teacher Association yesterday afternoon at the school. The general 3 o'clock was preceded -by an executive meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. Garrett introduced the guest speaker. Opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Kirk *Mosley and president's message read by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools. Mi sis Amy Ruth Morris played a violin solo. She was accompanied by Mrs. Edith Stcphan. j In the attendance room count, 'first, prize went 1o Mrs. A. B. Fail-field's second grade and second prizo to Miss Mary Outlaw's third grade and Miss Mildred Rose Grecr's fourth grade. During the business session, a report on the Health Clinic conducted at the Mississippi County Health Unit the first of the week tonight Lake Street Methodist Norris at the Church. Evangelist. Grecr. of Jonesboro. is conducting an evangelistic meeting at< the church. Two services are held daily at 9 o'clock in. the morning and 8 o'clock at night. Attendance at the meeting continues to increase, the Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor, stated today. Tomorrow night's sermon theme will be "The Invisible Companion." New Building For Hughes FORREST CITY, Ark. *(UP) — Plans arc being made for construction of a new city hall, fire station and jail at Hughes, near here. Wine first gained wide popularity after the invasion of Gaul by the Romans, with whom!it was a favorite drink. .1 , Local Women Attend Presbyterial Meeting Three women from the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church arc attending t h e meeting of Arkansas Presbyterial in Con way today. They are Mrs. D. C. McLean, president of the local Auxiliary. Mrs. Ray Worthington and Mrs. James A. Ovcrholser. The group went over today and Is expected to return Saturday. Pull the Trigger on Constipation, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation brings on discpm- fort nftcr meals, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy spoils, gas. coated tongue, and bad breath, your stomach is probably "crying the blues" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect ease to your stomach in taking. For years, many Doctors have given pepsin preparations in their prescriptions to make medicine more agreeable to a touchy stomach. So be sure your laxative contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up Iruy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable and easy on your stomach. Even finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Take Dr.'CaldweH's Laxative. Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. ,ns directed on label or as your doctor advises, and feel world'sbclter.Ge*genuine Dr.Caldwell's Ambrosia Cake Butter Scotch Pie i Strawberry Cups Dozen - - . ea. 39c .ea.29c Ask Your Grocer for— Blytieville BREAD TtsAlways Fresh! 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