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*AGE TWO BLYTHEVIULE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1942 Mrs. Jerry Hearn, spent the week Mrs. Blanche Green of New ^Haven, end with her aunt, Mrs. H. J. Conn., president of the Spencer Oaks, in Memphis. Corset Company. Mrs. Belle Wood had as her Mrs. Norman Bunch, MLss Ann week end guests her niece, Miss Fisher and Clyde Abbott attended Baptist Hospital Mrs. O. c. Ganske, city, admitted. Mi's. Tom Grammer, Luxora ad- mitt sd. , Social Calendar *> TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis entertaining Dougle G Bridge Club. Mrs. Joe McClure having 400 Club. Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. •Mrs. J. C. Drake entertaining Chatterbox Club. Past Matrons and Patrons Club meeting 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. E. •Evans.' Lange Parent Teacher Associa'ron m-eting 3 o'clock preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. : WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract Club. Delta Contract Club meeting with Ml-s. Hiram Wylie. Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting 2:30' o'clock with Mrs. Charles S. Lemons at Hotel Noble. - .THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G. E.' Keck entertaining Thursday Contract Club. ; Triple Table Club meeting with airs. W. B. 'Nally. Mrs. B. A. Lynch having Midweek Bridge Club. Catholic Young People's Club sponsoring bingo party, 8 o'clock, at Catholic Hall. liary and extension work of the Auxiliary guests. were discussed by the Osceola Girl Marries Miss Mary Robertson, of Osceola and Jonesboro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson, of Osceola, became the bride of Stanley Gaines, torpedoman second class of the U. S. Navy, son of Sergt. and Mrs. L. R. Gaines, of Jonesboro, in a ceremony solemnized Friday afternoon in Jonesboro. DORCAS OLASS MERTS Judg? Clarence Freeze, of Jones-1 AT LOGAN HOME FRIDAY RIggs, who left for Little Rock last week to be examined for entrance in the Army. About 50 of his friends and relatives were present for the party. His gifts included a $75 defense bond. The hostess served cake with ice cream at the conclusion of the affair. The guest of honor, who was graduated from Del! High School in 1939. plans to join thr Air Corps. Bite of News Mostly Personal boro, read the ceremony at the Craighead County courthouse Only Sunday School c f Flrst BapUsl the bridegroom's mother and the bride's sister, Mrs. John Riley, of Jonesboro, were present. The bride wore a Spring frock of navy blue and beige crepe and harmonizing accessories. Mrs. Gaines, ,a .graduate of Keiser High School, has teen in Jonesboro for two years. She has been employed at Royal Pig Stand re- Mr. anc Mrs. B. A. Lynch are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert •Lynch Jr., in St. Louis for a few duy.s while Mr. Lynch Ls attending to business. They will be accompanied home by their son, Louis, who has been visiling his brother and Mrs. Lynch for a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn and Church,^nd one visitor, Mrs. Glad's! son, Jame.s Hires of Union City, ' Tenn., came last night to spend the week here with Mrs. Dunn's mother, Mrs. Paerl Hires. Mr. Duma will attend to business here this Virginia Bell Eastwood, and Miss Christine Barnom, of 'Caruthers- villfi. j Jean Ann Walker, of Caruthersville. spent the week end with yarry Hearn and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Mrs. Floyd A. White has gone to Memphis to be with her mother, Mrs. W. H. Jones, of Paragould, who is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic there. She plans to be there until Friday. Joan Keuler, who injured her back Monday at her -homa, it; greatly improved. She ha.s been moved from Walls hospital to her Eleven members of the Dorcas Clevenger, were entertained with a party givrn by Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. H. E. Barnette at Hie Logan home Friday afternoon. The devotional, from the 15th • week, chapter of Exodus was given by i Mr. and Mrs. Kay Garner of Miss Cordelia Wilhite nnd the bus- I Greenwood;• ML^s., spent yesterday incss was conducted by Mrs. Qflin- j here with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little C:.v Alexander. Mrs. H. L. Chambers closed the session witli prayer. Give Two Parties For _ Jaycee Wives At Hotel " Two parties 'at Hotel Noble, a bridge llncheon and a coca cola party honored visiting -Jaycee wives n r ho had accompanied their hus- pands here for the Junior Chamber of Commerce convention this week: end and wives of local Jay- cets. Mrs.. Robert A. Porter, wife of the local president, and Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis, wife" of the local convention chairman, acted as has- tesses for the bridge luncheon Saturday afternoon. .', There were 27 present for the affair which was given in the Colonial room. Irises and other Spring flowers were, arranged on the luncheon table and about the room. •Miss Frances Little received a pair of lamps for high score prize and Mrs. A. E. Hickman, a lamp for the bridge award. Saturday morning from 10 unth 11 o'clock, [Mrs. W. T. Stover, wife "of "retiring state president, and Mrs. Paul Poindexter, wife of business manager of the Arkansas Jaycee publication, both of Morrilton. entertained with a coca cola , party.. The informal affair was given for 15 guests in the Noble suite. Organization of a Jaycee. Auxi- cently. Mr. Gaines, a former Jonesboro High School student, enlisted in' tf the Navy three years ago and was on the United States Destroyer Shaw when it was bombed at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7. Since the outbreak of the war. he has seen much scrv- j manpower it might be necessary i'ce in Pacific waters and helped to remove a young man from war industry, put him in the Army If We Want Security..." (Continued from page 1) nent deferment bcciiu.se we must make ihe best possible use of our bring the Shaw back to the United States for completion of repairs after temporary repairs, including a false bow, had been made on the ship at Pearl Harbor. He has been visiting his parents in Jonesboro for the past two weeks. Mrs. Gaines will join Mr. Gaines on -the West Coast soon after he returns there. MRS, PARKS GIVES. ANNIVERSAY PARTY An anniversary celebration was given by Mrs. C. E. Parks yesterday for her son and daughter, who today celebrate their wedding anniversaries. Her son, R. F. Parks, and Mrs. Parks w.£re married seven years ago today and her daughter, Mrs. Alton Thomas, and Mr. Thomas have been married six years. Other out of town guests here for the affair were: Miss Eloise Parks, Jim Lsdbetter and Glen Ray and Jerry Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, all- of Memphis. Mrs. Fred Oliver was a Blytheville guest for the dinner. CHAPTER N HAS LUNCHEON MEETING mr.......-.*.*. o»~*.n ,«* iTAUHtlY KM11U1 U Rheumatism May Resuh From Piles Piles and colon troubles may spread infection just the same as diseased teeth and tonsils, often leading to rheumatism and other chronic ailments. Learn the facts. Write today for '122-page, illustrated . book on Rectal and Colon Troubles; McCleary Clinic, RD-1622 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. For Original Beauty Creations — — Phone 2592 Caldweil Beauty Shop First National Bank Building and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertained 11 members of Chapter N, P. E. O Sisterhood, for a luncheon meeting Saturday afternoon at the Smart home. Mrs. L. E. Old Jr. led the program on' "Alaska."-; She was assisted by Mrs. Farmer England and Mrs. W. L. Horner. The Smart home was decorated with irises, tulips, nacrissuscs and spirea. . MAPLE GROVE GROUP POSTPONES MEETINGS The meeting of the Maple Grove Cemetery Association which was scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed because of the death of Mrs. Ramsey Duncan's son, Elliott Duncan.. Mrs. Sallie Hubler will be hostess to the Association when it has its next session. • * « FAREWELL PARTY HONORS R. C. RIGGS. A farewell party was given recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Chuck" Walker for R. C. and give his factory job to an older man." General Hershey pictured the Nation as "entering the 194Q's "soft in body and mind" and split over economic, political and .social objectives. "But Pearl Harbor taught as a lesson," the general declared. "It taught us our outpost-s were vulnerable and that we were unprepared. Now we are unified and we face a Spring in which we hope to avoid defeat in 1942. Our people are not complacent. They may be bewildered, but they are courageous." System to Utilize Manpower He characterized the job of Selective Service system as one of utilizing manpower to the highest' degree both for military and industrial, purposes "because there's no use to have an Army if you can't supply it and keep it equipped." General HV'hey warned that women and children must do their part and predicted many of the 8,000,000 boys and girls between. 13 and 17 may be called for farm work in the war effort. General Hershey was accompanied to Blytheville from Little Rock by Mrs. Hershey and Gen. and Mrs. E. L. Compere of Monticello, and they were joined here by Major and Mrs. Harry E. Eid- redge of Jonesboro. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom A. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Alton McKinney, of Con way, spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. William R, Whitehead. Mr. and Mr.s. William. Wyatt and young son. Bill, spent yesterday in Jone.-iboro, visiting Mr Wyatt's parents. Cant. Tiden P. Wright of Parks Air- College, East St.' Louis, spent yestrrday here with Mrs. Ceci Shane. He and Mrs. Wright, daughter of Mrs. Shane, are to be transferred soon to a new field at Waco, Texas. Dr. and Mrs. T. K. .Manan have gone to Hot Springs for a week's vacation. Pat Hearn, daughter of Mr. and to business in Memphis and Jonesboro Saturday. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal is spending this week in Eudora with her sister, Mr.s. Carroll Meyer, and familv. home. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse will go to Little Rock tomorrow for a At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. C. R. Eubanks, city, admitted. Dr. J. B. Luten Elected election meeting, with O. W. Chilton being 1 named vice-president, and W, V. Robinson secretary- treasurer, the latter two also being re-elected. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April } 20—Dr. J. B. Luten was re-tlected president of the Caruthersville ASPIRIN Board of Education at its regular WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT StJoseph ACDIDIMl visit with their son, Lieut. Byron Rhodes Morse, and Mrs. Morse, who are en route from Cgden, Utah, to Fort Benning, Ga., where Lieut. Morse will enter Officers Training School for advanced work. The Morses will visit her parents in Little Rock. Mrs. O. C. Ganske underwent an operation this morning at Memphis Baptist Hospital after having been ill for several weeks. Mr. Ganske and son. Car!/ motored her down yesterday, but returned last night. A sister from West Memphis is with her. Harry W. Haines is recovering from a week's illness. He is at his home, 1025 West Chickasawba street. Mrs. John H. Long spent Friday in Memphis. She attended a luncheon at the Hotel Peabody honoring T.j admitted. Mrs. Leonard Burton, Caruthersville, Mo,, admitted. Anne Robinson, city, dismissed. Mrs. J. H. Manley, city, dismissed. BlytKeville Hospital Mrs. John Hall, Hayti, Mo., admitted. Miss Maurins Branson, city, dismissed. Mrs. W. L. Fitzgerald and baby, Route 2 city, dismissed. Louis Fitzgerald, city, dismissed. 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