The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 6, 1942
Page 2
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BL1THEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar - ' THURSDAYS EVENTO , Mrs. Ed Smith entertaining Triple Table Club. Mrs, W. S. Langdon entertaining: OBA club, l o'clock. Club 28 meeting 9 o'clock at Woman's Club. Altar Society, Church of Immaculate Conception, "sponsoring bingo party, 8 'O'clock, Catholic Hall. .. FRIDAY'S EVENTS •Miss Mauiine Branson having CeVQue Bridge Club. rni a /r • T . T ri Ihe Military Influence j ' To Have Dinner At Noble 4 - • ,.; .'...., , • ... ' , _' ••(,•.•"• * Mrs. Betty McCutcher Scanlon, * who "is to be. : a bridesmaid in the *, wedding of Miss Mary Elizabeth » Bcrum and Spencer Alexander to* morrow afternoon at First Presby| terian Church, is having the last , 'party before , thq jnarriage tonight * when- she will entertain with the •* . rehearsal dinner. at. Hotel Noble. * ' Several other affairs will be given » following the wedding. * . Twelve couples will be entertained » tonight at the dinner following the' » rehearsal at the church. Guests'; "-•• will include John Alexander, brother of Mr. .Alexander,, who is., to be * best man. raid Mrs. Alexander, of "~ Ridgelyr Term. '* •'•".Cocktails will .: be served 'in the « Rose Room before the guests go to •the Colonial .Room for dinner. The * centerpiece will be a large silver «, wedding' ring of gladioli.. . Valley * lilies will ^be used 'as the diamonds ' in, the. ring. . ";. : White tapers in. sflver candelabra *; will flank, .the centerpiece. Place" cards will have miniature corsages ^ of orange blossoms. *-.. Also in the Colonial room will be .« a bouquet of orange blossoms, blue * cornflowers and pink gypsophila. ••» v -' •„• '.- ,. .• •. ,* ' • • > Miss" Bofum Is Honored Miss Mary Elizabeth. Borum, who *; has been complimented with nu- * merous ^affairs prior to her wed", ding .tomorrow,, .afternoon to Spen- c- e'er Alexander,- wjas.-again honored -at a luncheon given -^yesterday by ? Mrs. John F. Lent! and her aunt, '£ Mrs.. yGeraldine Greene, at the i- Lenti home.'"• The 12 guests were served the ^ two-course luncheon at" small' ta- C bles which had center decorations i of. roses. ' \ T , .;, t . 'pther:..- flowers used throughout •if thV'homfe'-' included a mixed bou- •" quet of foses s 'a'nd ian arrangement •> 'of valley lilies in the living -room f- and orange blossoms in the dining ''•" ' '••• . .. . . i Both,, the bride-elect's aunt and ; Mrs. Lenti presented her with gifts '.'£ of /silver. • -. For Original Beauty Creations -1 -^ Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building "We must Cooperate With God and Each Other." Sandwiches, cookies and coffee were served after the program. A honeysuckle favor decorated each plats and arrangements of peonies, tulips, orange blossoms and other Spring flowers were used throughout the house.. Bits of News Mostly Personal WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1942 A group of Blytheviib people went to Leuchville Sunday for the golden wedding anniversary celebration of the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. L. Bearden, former Blythevillc couple. Th:y include Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pryor, Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Mrs. SUllie Hubler. Miss Mary Hub-' ler, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Harvey Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chappell. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Mosley and daughter, of West Plains, Ga. r have corns to spend a few weeks with Mr. Mo.sley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mosley, before he leaves for service in the Air Corps. Mrs. H. H. Houchins, who underwent a major operation at Memphis Methodist Hospital 12 days ago, is improving and it is believ,sd she will be removed to her home here the latter part of the week. Mrs. Joe G. Trieschinann and infant daughter, Linda Lou, .were removed to their home at 607 Walnut Street from Walls Hospital yesterday. Mrs. George .Shamlin spent the week end in Paragould with her lister, Mrs. L. Q. Tyrone, and Mr. Certificates Issued Here For New Tires and Retreads; 26 New Tubes Local Tire Rationing Board 47- N has recently issued 47 certificates for new tires and for the re- treading of old ones and 23 for j](:w tubes. The tire certifcate.s include both passenger and truck types. The tubes are all for pas- Those who will get new passenger tires or tubes include Inez Thompson, public health nurse, who will receive one tir3 and one tube; Ellen.H. Smith, also a nurse, one lire and one tube; p. T. Crawford, Ice and Fuel Co., one tire and one tube; Floyd Hackworth, Ice and Fuel Co., one tire; R. L. Ashby, Ice and Fuel Co., one tube; W. P. Sharp, Ice and Fuel Co., two tubes; and the Rev. Floyd Ramsey, two tires and two tubes. Certificates for retreadng of pas- .senger tires were given to O. .P. Rainey, transportation executive four tires; J. B. Findlea, farmer, one; Ark-Mo Power Co., two- the Rev. W. J. McCawley, four; ' Jess Allen, farmer, four; St. Louis Independent Packing Co., three- and Jeseph E. McFall, two. New truck tire and tube certificates were issued to Mississippi County, one tire and one tube; Floyd Mooney, two tires and two tubes;- Dell School District, one tire and one tube; c. H. Whistle, one tire and one tube; Nunn Provision Co., one tire and At The Hospitab Walls Hospital \ Admitted: Mrs. Roy Waters, city. Births: A son born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. C'Ban nan, city. Dismissed: Besse Hemphil!, city, JilyUieville Hospital Births: A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Bilbo Stallcup, city. Dismissed: James Culbertson, city. Graduates Join Army Louie N. Rodgers and Ed Worsley of Luxora left Tuesday to enter the U. S. Army. Both men are R.O.T.C. graduates from Arkansas State College at Jonesboro and have received their commissions as second lieutenant. Copies Ancient Violins pREDERICK KNIZE designed these "right-now" suits of military A demeanor. The skirt of the imported tweed, left, has an inverted pleat both back and front. "-'Leather buttons give it added snap. Tho neat tan pure wool, right, is worn with a red silk blouse., MRS. NOLEN HAS CHATTERBOX CLUB Mrs. Johnnie Nolen entertained members of the Chatterbox Club for a party at her home last night. Prizes went to Mrs. J. C. Droke for high, Mrs. Robert Weedman for "club" .priz2 and Mrs. J. T. Hickmon for low prize. Roses and pinks decorated the home. Strawberry short cake and iced tea were served after the games. : '.'- * * LAKE STREET GROUP PLANS , CHICKEN DINNER. -.Plans for a chicken dinner to be given Friday night. May 15. at Lake Street Methodist Church, were discussed Monday afternoon at the meeting of tlie Woman's Society of Christian Service which will sponsor the affair. The supper will be served at 6 o'clock. We Telegraph Flowers SHOP Glenco Hotel :r Announcement was also made of the zone meeting to be held tomorrow at Yarbro. Members were urged to attend. Eighteen members were present for the session at the church. Mrs. Maggie Cole led the program on "Mothers" and prayers were offered j by Mrs. A. L. Regan. Mrs. Cole and Mrs. George Crews. * * * CHAPTER, N HAS NIGHT MEETING Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertained .members of Chaoter N for a night meeting last night at the home of Mrs. James J. Pickrcn. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin reported on the state convention at Russellville which she recently attended. Following liio business session presided over by Mrs. McClurkin refreshments .were .served. * * MRS. DOAN DISCUSSES CHRISTIANITY IN JAPAN Mrs. Robert A. Doan, vice president of United Christian Missionary Societies of the Disciples of Christ, discussed "Christianity in Japan" at the meeting of the missioi study group. Woman's Council First Christian Church, Monday afternoon at. the home of Mrs George W. Barhnm. Mrs. Car Vickrry was co-hostess. In addition to discussing Japan .she told of experiences in various countries in which she had servec as missionary. Other guests at the .meeting were Mrs. Bertha Fuller, of Littl; Rock, state mission board member, and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, of Memphis. Mrs. J. C. Ellis was leader of the devotional on "Christians of the World Unite: In a Supra-National j Unity" and Mrs. Harry Brown led } the program on "Christ, the Ulti- i mate Answer." ! Mrs. Ellis calhd the meeting to order by reading the G7th Psalm. After the invocation prayer. Mrs. L. L. Ward read the scripture from Assisting Mrs. Brooks with her program were: Mrs. R. C. Rose who discussed "We Can Support fourth and fifth chapters of Acts. Missions" and Mrs. Carl Vickery. Long is improving Co., Buchanan, one tube; Jess Finley, one tire and one tube- A. J. 'Hill, one tube; M. J. Koehler one tube; Jesse Webb, two tubes; A. M. Tucker, Ice and Fuel Co' two tubes; Blytheville Canning Co' one tube; A. S. Barboro, two tubes; A. G. Shibley, one tube. Midwest Diary received four certificates for the retreading of truck tires; Ark-Mo J,umber Co four Jesse Webb, four; The Graf ton C ' one; and M. C. Greenway, one. Ordinance Killed At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., May G.—By a 4-3 majority, the city council Monday night in the regular May meeting, voted to strike from the records the ordinance adopted at the April meeting, which prohibited teh mayor from making appointments to city appointive posts. The ordinance was w P Prvor - - adopted after Dr. D. D. Pinion, ™ ™ „ , j retiring mayor who was defeated Mrs. Max Parks and Miss Pearl \ m the April city election by Mayor Graves, of Wilson, returned 'jester- j W. D. Byrd, cast what was de- day morning from .St. Louis where [ dared the untying vote, after the .th:y attended thq_^Mississippi -Va : l- j council had voted four-four on Tyrone. Mrs. Toby after having been ill for • a few days. Mrs. Elmer J. Frantz and daugh* ler, Marguerite, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wylie, and Mrs. Forrest Dudley, who has been ths guest of her sister, Miss Agnes Weeks, returned to their homes in Arkadelphia this morning. Mrs. A. J. Weeks, who accompanied them here, remained for an indefinite visit .with, her daughter. While here, Mrs. Frantz and Mrs. Dudley, as well as Mrs. Weeks, were complimented with an informal morning party.. at the Wylie home. Mrs. Frantz was "also entertained informally by Mr. and Best Leather in Army Shoes SACRAMENTO, Cal. (UP)—Gov. Julbet L. Olson foresees that even walking may h&ve to be rationed. As chairman of the State Council of Defense, he has been notified :hat 80 percent of all top-grade leather soles must be set aside for military needs. ASTORIA, Ore. (UP) — Norman "Dutch" Behnke, barrel-chested longshoreman and former wrestler, says lie couklnt Uarn to play the violin, so he makes them instead. Behnke started in 1938, and has made several since then. He uses European maple, myrtle, Swiss pine. Sitka spruce and related woods. One model is a copy of a Stradi- vnrius 1704 type, another a 1700 model, and another a 1740 model of Guarnieri del "I couldn't take the long hours of practice that went with playing," Behnke said, "so I decided to make them." GHAS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced ley Beauty and Fashion "ShowrlThey. went there Saturday night. Mary Jane Seymore, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seymore, is very ill (if a streptococcic throat infection at her home, 400 East Kentucky. Mrs. Basil Locke and .children, Teddy and Rosemary, of Oakland, Calif., have come to spend a month here with Mrs. Locke's mother, Mrs. H. Hess, and Miss Rosa Schuner- itsch. Mrs. Joe Isaacs and Louie Isaacs. Mrs. Mildrcd Gillie, of Flint, Mich., came yesterday afternoon for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Graves. Read Courier News want ads. adopting the ordinance. In the vote Monday night Aldermen Gordon Wright, John M Nelson, ott Monan and Wyman Billman voted to kill the ordinance, while Aldermen Ben Rogers. Percy Cantrell and W. H. Johnson voted in favor of it. Van L. Johnson, only newly elected al- .derman to the council, declined to vote, as the measure was adopted by the retiring council and mayor, and he had had no part in its creation. Mayor Byrd made only two changes Monday night in filling appointive posts. They were naming Bill Mecllin as assistant police chief, supplanting H. Edwards, and Mrs. Thelma Harper as waterworks office clerk, replacing Miss Nellie Summers. Announcements The Courier News has been .authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election) County Treasurer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Judge ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk 7. W. 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