The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 4, 1942
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YAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 4, 1942 * ^ Social Calendar r- » * •-) ^ , **** TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs/ 'Tom""" Mabry entertaining 400 Club. • Miss Prances Holland having Double O Club. Chatterbox Club meeting with Mrs:*. Johnnie Noien. Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting"7:3(Vo'clock'with Mrs. J. J. Eickren. WEDNESDAY'S. EVENTS .Mrs,:; James V. Gates entertain- ir£-;JTuesdayf/Con tract Club. ... Mrv.Harold Schtiee having, ADC Bridge Club. .^Mr&.-.'R.^.A- Copeland entertaining 'C. B: C. Club. •.:.'... . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ed Smith entertaining Triple Table, Clab: Airs. W; S. Langdon entertaining ORA club, 1 o'clock. ; Kl.IDAY'S EVENTS " Miss-V-Maunne=; Branson having Cee-Que ^Bridge Club. Bridal Parties Continue Parties honoring Miss Mary Elizabeth; Bbrum .and her fiance, Spencer Alexander, continued 'over the week end when a buffet supper and a .'breakfast were.-' given. The Smart—For Days In Town -i IT Alexander wedding will, be solemnized.'.Thursday .' afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. Miss Frances .Little, who is to be maid of ho^rpih th>: v wedding, and Miss Virgmia,'.pftle ; .-"coSiplimented, Miss Boriim 'with"a. dinner party Saturday;,iiight. : a.t;the Little' home. Eleven gu^est^ : ..\\ ? ere'"entertairi€d. Ths wedding'•scheme--was emphasized in the diiiing*'table centerpiece, a wedding : cake toppe'd with the bride and bridegroom and flanked by white' 'papers in silver holders, and in trie; arrangernents of orange blossomsi&nd pmk-,rosies tlircughqut the home:- ' .The three course>r:dinner .was served buffet style after ^the first -course hap; been served in the-living rccm. Favors were bags of rice in which.-"were•' concealed miniature rings, thimbles and .other symbolic wedding orhamenIs. Mrs. John McDowell was presented a gift for receiving"' the wedding, ring. . The guest of, honor, was 'given silver by her hostesses after a "life story' 1 game was played. Sunday, morning, Mr. Alexander shared honors-;with'Miss Boriim at an informal"breakfast party given . 'v»~rv*-...^ *'•;,. ?j..-v:. . . •,. • J .•,. : HEY! DON'T SCRATCH soothe the itch of mosquito- arid similar hitea with Mexican Heat Powder. Large azu most economical—sold everywhere. Mollie Parnis designed this navy shangtung polka-dotted suit dress for days in town— days beginning with a Red Cross first-aid class and running through shopping on foot and taking tea on the way to air warden headquarters. The durable material is belied by the embroidered lingerie ruffles. The slim skirt is very-WPB in its slim sweep. yet it has enough softness to afford comfort and grace It's done by means of carefully shaped gores. Bits of News Mostly Personal Pvt. Burl A, Bryant of Camp Blanding, Fla., came last night to spend 10 days here witli his sister, Mrs. Arden Crowder Mrs. Wade Quinn and son, of Ccceola, spent the week end with relatives. Pvt. Jack Jenkins of Fort Benning, Ga., is here on furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jenkins. Mrs. J. J. Traynor Jr., who has been ill for two weeks, has been removed to a St. Louis hospital. Mr. Traynor and the children are with her. Pvt. John Miles Miller of Camp Robinson spent the week end here. Mrs. Earl Lowery and children. Mary Grace and Bobb Edd, arrived Friday from Fayetteville, Tenn., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riggihs, and friends. Mrs. Lowery's sister, Mrs. Edward B. Akin, and family from Marked Tree came to be with the family over the week end. Mrs. Lowery and children will return home Thursday. R. Morris King of Pace, Miss., and Capt. K. J. Boyd of Tallahassee, Fla., who lived here a number of years ago. were here T by Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis at their home. The guest list included Miss Borum's attendants and their escorts. A pink, blue and white scheme was carried out in the table decorations. Orange blossoms and pink roses as the centerpiece complimented the blue cloth which was used. Similar floral arrangements j ^™,\ 7' WPVP ncdH In iho nMior rnnmc pieSlUUlC. Baptist Church, for a luncheon 'Friday afternoon at her home. She used rases i'or her decorations and marked each place with an individual corsage. The business session which followed was conducted by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Each member read a poem on "God In Nature" during thy devotional which was also led by the V * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glericoe Hotel were used in the other rooms. A gift of crystal in her pattern was given the bride-ehct. » » » MRS. SMITH 1|AS PARTY FOR CLUB Mrs. J. D. Smith entertained members of the C. B. C. Club at a patriotic party Friday afternoon at her home. Tallies, flowers and napkins were all in the reri : white and blue scheme. 'Mrs. Ross Moore received high score prize, Mrs. T. F. Jackson, second high prizs and Mi's. Arch Lindsey, bridge award in the games. Following the games, the hostess served a salad plnte. i » * * EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS FOR LUNCHEON Mrs. O. M. Morgan entertained 16 : members of the executive board.. Woman's Missionary Union, First METHODIST WOMEN HAVE CLASS PARTY. Mrs. Wyatt Henley and Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter were hostesses to members of the Ladies' Bible Class, First Methodist Church, for a meeting Friday afternoon at the Henley home. * _ Guests were Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Mrs. S. B. Wilford, and Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. Belle Wood presided over the business meeting and Mrs*. W. T. Obcrst gave the devotional. Af- NONE SURER. St. Joseph ASPIRIN 'WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10' over the week end. Mrs. Hubert Teague, of Memphis, spent the week end with Mrs. Arden Crowder. Yesterday, Mrs. Crowder and her visitor went to Jonesboro to be with an aunt who is ill in the hospital in that city. J. B. Husbands, who is employed in St. Louis, spent the week end here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husbands. Ernest Halsell and Norman Bunch attended the Kentucky Derby in Louisville Saturday. Miss Mary Jo Fisher has returned from Opelousas, La., where she has been attending a business school. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon returned Thursday night from Biloxi, Miss., where they had been vacationing. They went to Biloxi after attending the National Cotton Shippers' convention in New Orleans. Mrs. John C. McHaney and daughter, Miss Frances McHaney, and Mrs. L. H. Moore spent Saturday in Memphis. M. Fitzsimmoiis, who has been in Memphis Baptist Hopital for three weeks, returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp returned last night from Biloxi and New Orleans. They at 1 tended the National.Cotton Ship--. the week end In Union City, Tenn. with relatives. '' Mrs. F. C. Ha thorn Jr. and two children, Tucker and Susan, of Washington, D. C., came Friday to spc nd a month with' Mrs. Hathorn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Adult Scouters To Meet Tonight At Little House All mothers of girls eligible to be Scouts or Brownies and any one else who is interested in scouting are asked to attend the first monthly meeting of an organized Scouters group tonight at 7:30 o'clock at-the Little-House. The adult group was formed Friday and Saturday during the two- day training course taught here by Mis?, Mary Esther Brooks, regional director, and Miss Margareth Chesmore, field adviser, of Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan was named chairman of the organization, Mrs. Earl Buckley, co-chairman, and Mrs. Toby Long, secretary. Mrs. Max B. Reid, who served as treasurer of the Girl Scout Council during its organization will continue to serve temporarily as treasure! of this group. The first Monday in each month will be the meeting night for the organization. A program will be presented and plans for the Sum- ' mer work will b'e outlined at tonight's session. In addition to the local people who attended the training school, there were four from Jonesboro, two from Caruthersville and three from Osceola here for the instruction. Activities which in turn could be taught the scouts were practiced jy the women. They made glass ;ardens, carved, made knapsacks, cooked lunch on tin cans and similar things. Purpose of the school as to reach a larger number of people than ever before and to acquaint Girl Scouts and adults with the defense program of Scouts. pox by Ellen Smith, county health nurse, after seeing th« film, "The Child Grows Up." Pupils of the primary department entertained the children with sto- ries, songs and games before,serving lemonade in the home economics department. Each parent received fr:e" literature regarding the proper care of children. Talks By Members Of Group Feature Annual Father-Son Dinner Annual Father-Son banquet of the Fellows Forum club given Thursday night at the Home Economics cottage emphasized the "Victory" thsme in both the program and dinner decorations. Before .being .served the chop suey course, the 20 present were given a victory cocktail, a glass of water with a defense stamp. The stamps were favors of the club. Clarence Johnson conducted the opening discussion which was a quiz en "How's Your Morale?" This was followed with talks by Billy Eldredge, who kcl a general discussion on tilings people can do to help in the national defense program, Gregory Atkins, who told what the scouts are doing, and Philip Reed who pointed out what the Home Guard is doing. Harry Haincs concluded the program by outlining definite things the forum members could do. , A round table discussion in which the fathers told of their part in ' World War 1 followed. | A floral V at the speakers table emphasized the Victory theme which was repeated in the V on the placecards and the red, white •and blue colors used throughout. Miss Effie Lee Tsrrell is sponsor of the forum. Officers are: Joe McClure, president; Billy Browne, vice president; Gregory Atkins, secretary; John McGill, treasurer; Charles Ingram, historian. 16 x 9 fool building, wood frame covered with galvanized iron, wood floor. Cheap for quick sale. Jiedel's Store A FPESW VIEWCN SUMMER At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Elmer Cooksey, Turrell, Ark. Fred' Hutchison, city. Walls Hospital Admitted; Miss Merle Pyland, Caraway. Births: A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Houston Caudle, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Saliba, city. Mrs. E. E. Hawkins, Cooter, Mo. Mrs. Frank A. Greer and baby, city. Mrs. John Dyar, Steele, Mo. Mrs. L. E. Widner, Portageville, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital James C. Miller, Osceola. Health Day Observed At Harrison School Child Health Day was observed at the Harrison Negro School Friday when 30 pre-school children were examined and given immunization from diphtheria and small White Vamp with Turf Tan Trim, Open Toe. IS. 85 * MostWOMENol ter table games were played, an pe rs Convention in New Orleans- dessert was served. check tissue gingham Tiellift) "x. Cool, refreshing style - in the young manner, by Nelly Don. Crisp organdy . ri collar makes a dainty frame for your face. Neat, easy lines in the skirt — with a smooth hipline and soft unpressed pleats. The kind of dress you always need, always treasure! Blue, tan, green. 10-18 Two Programs Planned By Fellowship Group Members of the Youth Fellowship of First Methodist Church . completed plans yesterday for two programs this week in observance of National Music Week. The first program will be broadcast over KLCN Wednesday, afternoon at 5:15 o'clock. The program will begin with a piano solo by Jane Castlio. She will play "Wild Chase" by McDowell. Maxine Harris will sing "The Song is Sweet" by Souci. Joe Evrard will play an accordion .solo. "Largo" from the "New World Symphony" by Dvorak. The second vocal solo on the program will be by Jeanne Moore, who will sing »Ah. Sweet Mystery of iLife" by Herbert. "Waltz" by' Chopin will be played by Ann Deen to conclude the program. Miss Virginia Echols. counsellor, will accompany the soloists. The second program in connection with Music Week will be given for the Intermediates at the church Friday night. Miss Agnes Weeks will be in charge of this service. before i vacation. to Biloxi for a short Mrs. Pearl Hires spent.the .week end in Union City, Tenn., with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., and family. J. V. Johnson and William H. Lee Jr., both of Atlanta, Ga., spent the wsek end with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. lone Roppe and two children. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes and Miss Ruth Lindsey, accompanied by Miss Vestal Essary, of Caruthersville, Mo., left Saturday night for Chichago to visit Mrs. Roppe's sister. Mrs. Roppe, Miss Lincl.sey and Miss Essary will return Thursday but ths others will remain for a longer visit. John Harp will return this afternoon to Comvay where he is a student at Hendrix College. He spent the week end with his parents. Mr.- and Mrs. H. L. Harp, and his brother, Rouse Harp, who is here on 90 day furlough from Birksdalc Field, La. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Williams spent • ORDERS HEADGEARS WASHINGTON- — Clark Griffith 'ordered, all- Washngton players' to wear protective head shields after a series of beanings, one of •which sent Third Baseman Bobby •Estalella to the hospital. 38-52 yre old Suffer Distress At This Time— If this period in a woman's life makes you cranky, nervous, blue at times, suffer weakness, dizziness, hot flashes, distress of "irregularities"— Try Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound—made especially for worn en— famous for helping relieve distress due to this functional disturbance. Taken regularly—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against annoying symptoms due to this cause. Thousands upon thousands of women report benefit! Follow label directions. Worth trying! White Vamp with ' Blue Calf'Trim, Open Toe. ' It's easy to see . . . these new - spectators have casual correct- i- i ness ' " * " nes an" materials as " r t \ f r e as l " e " rsl rose of summer. 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That's one big reason why we were prepared to power the factories that arc filling the sky with planes, the earth with tanks, and the sea ; with ships. * p- Production schedules that stagger the world tie possible only because America is so power- full, America has far more electric power than •11 the Axis countries combined — foe times as much as we had in the last wan And today's power is quickly available at almost any point of need because of carefully planned, interconnected transmission systems. How has all this been done? Why does the average household get about twice as much electricity for its money as it did fifteen years ago? . . . Simply because America's electric companies have been built and operated the. American way— by good business management. Ark-Mo Power nrvresr w AVERICA! BOY BOUT* AH» STAIO*

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