The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1944
Page 5
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WEDN ESP AY, OCTOBER 11, 19-14 HLY'l'HKVILLE (ARK.)' COUHIEIl NEWS Clubs Resume Aclivities Following Summer Recess With the arrival of the first crisp days of early Fall, an iip- swing In social and civic activities of the town can he noted. Bridge and women's civic clubs Imvc returned Ihcir regular meetings during the past two weeks after having been reeo.ssed during the hot , weather while others did not dls- || band tlirouglioul the Summer. Tuesday Bridge Club members met last Tuesday with Mrs. W. C. Iflggtnson as hostess, to-Inaugurate •lilt- round of Winter weekly afternoon bridge games. Members of the > Wednesday Bridge Club had (heir first party of the rail season last'week, with Mrs. James H. Bell as Iwstess. On the fame tiny, Mrs. G. G. Ciuidill entertained mombers of the Town and Country, Club for Ihcir. first parly of the season, and Friday ftflenioon Chapter "N" of the P. E. O. Sisterhood met with Mm. W. L. Horner to begin the yca.r's work. Mrs. William Law/ilie entertained Chapter "D" of thai organization at a luncheon lodny for the first meeting of the group. A luncheon given last week by Mrs. James V. Dales marked the beginning of the club year for members of the Woman's Club, an organization which ha.s functioned here for many years. Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revo- lulion met Tuesday for luncheon at, Hotel Noble, with Mrs. ,James Hill Jr., and Mis. C. R. Pcnn as Iioste.sses, while members of the Association of American University Women will meet Saturday with Miss Marjorie Warren for the first meeting of the year. Two other bridge clubs, the Midweek Club and MIR Tlniralay Contract Club, will Ijave first parties | of tile season toirorrow, with Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mrs. R. Ij. Banister, respectively, as hostesses. Mrs. C. W. Affllck will entertain members of the Thursday Luncheon Club'; Thursday to begin its Fall,'fou-ttex. Parent Teacher organizations rtuaujfhout Blythevlllc began their Pall i:\vork with the beginning of Echco.l in September, while several other A card clubs continued their parlies during the hot weather. Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax D.A.R. Has Meeting Al Hotel Yeterday Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs. C. K. Penn were hostesses to members of the charlcvolx Chapter of the Daughters of the American 1 Revolution for their first meeting ot the Fall season, cntciinfnlng yesterday lit a luncheon at Hotel'Noble. Ten members attended, together with one visitor, Mrs. E. E. Stevens of West Point, Miss,,,who Is making her home here during (he col- lon season. Roses formed the centerpiece for Hie. rtining table where a three course Itmciicon was served prior to the program meeting, which was held downstairs In the Colonial Room of the hotel. Mrs. Hill wns iij charge of the program, discussing the first chapter of the book, "Origins of the American Revolution", by John c. Miller, which will be the basis of study for the group tins year. Mrs. Penn, regent, 'presided over (he brief business session, when the year books were distributed. La Neuve Club Meets Mrs. Richard Blund Logan Jr., entertaining members of La Netivc Club last nlglit nt her home on Women's Council Mecls Th c Women's Council of First Christian Church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Russell Borlinm. wllh Mrs. V. O, Miller as cohostess. Mrs. h. L. Ward was In charge of the devotional period, opening the devotional with u prayer, followed by the Joint singing of n hymn. A brief tnlk by Mrs. Ward on "The High Points of the Gospel", concluded the period. The business session was in charge of Mrs. J. c. Ellis Sr.. president. Members present voted to make evangelistic visits on Ihc second and fourth Mondays of (he month replacing the usual social hour at these meetings. Mr. and Mrs. George Durham and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe were appointed lo serve as hosts at the Fellowship Supper to be licld tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the church. 'Ihe meeting closed with the missionary .bcnedlellon, and' refreshments were served during the social hour. • • » Circle Meetings Arc Held Members of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist, Church met Monday afternoon In circle groups, with Mrs. Alvin West Main Street, also was hostess Huffman eiiccrcalnlnir Circle One '" '"•" "'"" -"- " - •" " Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Circle Two,' homo, followed by prayer by MfB. M. c. Outlaw. Mrs. Walter Bishop was in chnrge of the study course and Mrs. D. S. Haley gave the closing prayer. • Ki'fresliment.s were served by each of Ihe hostesses dining the soctnl hour which followed the programs. Presbyterians Meet Circle wcr( , ] u ,),| f,r on .. , day by the four circles of the Women's Auxiliary of rian Church. Presbyte- to two other guests. Mrs. W. R. Hartiean of Decalur, Ala., and Mrs. Richard Joues. Mrs. Coleman Stevens received high score among club members in the bridge games played during the evening, Miss Patricia Wise had second high, and Mrs. Hartlgan was high among the guests. A waffle supper was served at the conclusion of the evening. Birthday Club Has party Mrs. M. A. Midrilcton entertained 12 members of the C. <fc N. Birthttay Club last night at her home, complimenting Mrs. Philip Applebanm and Mrs. Albert Payne, who bolh were -cclebrallng their birthdays. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Circle Three, Mrs. G. V. Daws, Circle Four, Mrs. William Berrynian, Circle Five. Seven members of Circle One and one visitor, Mrs. Roy Wood, met at the Huffman home, when prav- ers were offered by Mrs. C. E. Edds and Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. Ebb Carson led in prayer at the meeting of Circle Two, when nine members were present at the Newcomb home. Prayer also was given by Mrs. G. C. Hawks and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb taught the study course. Circle Three, meeting with Mrs. Blaylock, had 1) members present with one visitor, Mrs. E. E. Ste- 1 entertainment with games and contests played. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Raymond Stringer and Mrs. Bud Lutes as Methodists Meet'Monday Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Church of Lake Street Methodist Church, met Monday afternoon at the "church for a program and social meeting, with Mrs. Bates.Sturdy as leader of the day. Tnpie for the;progfam was "Call According lo His Purpose." Mrs. Sturdy read the scripture and o Here d prayer. Thosc : assisting on the program were Mre. A. L. Reagan, Mrs. Allen Van Winkle, Mrs.' W. L. Green and Mrs. Iverson Morris, and the closing thought was given by .Mrs. Sturdy. • • Mrs. Green presided over the brief business session, when Mrs. C. T. Shamlin and Mrs, Morris were elected to represent the Woman's Society of Christian Service on the Board of Christian Education. Tlie closing prayer was given by Mrs. George Shanks. A social hour followed the program meeting, when Mrs. Van Winkle and Mrs. Charles McDanlel served refreshments of sandwiches, cinkir-s and iced drinks to tile 15 members present. of Circle Four met with Mrs. Daws, ii-lien prayer was offered by Mrs. Kendall Uerry nnd Mrs. Raymond Sclimuck. Mrs. Daws gave the devotional, taken from Matthew. • Mrs. C, E. Parks gave the devotional at Ihe niccling of 12 members of Circle Five at the Borryman Luncheon was served to Iho 80 guests who attended the Red Cross chapter clinic held Monday at Ihc church, by members of Circle Ono, replacing Ihe regularly scheduled program meeting. The 15 member* of thai circle, following luncheon, held only n brief business session when plans were made for observance of homo mission week. Mrs. Aubrey Conwuy entertained 10 members ol circle Two, together with one visitor, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, president of the Auxiliary, itt her home, when the program was In charge of Mrs. B. R. tjincashlre, who was assisted by Mrs. U. C. Allen. Theme <>[ all programs in the ctny- lime circles was "Cooperation In Prayer." Twelve members of circle Three met with Mrs. I-', n. joyncr when Mrs. James 11. Hell was In' charge of the proijram, Circle Four met last night with Mrs. Vcmon Thomasson with 10 members nnd one visitor present. In place of the tegular program, members of Hits circle had a review of the home mission study book "So Many People", led by Mrs. Jesse M. While, secretary of home missions. Mrs. While was assisted on Ihe program by Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. Ebb Spradlcy and Mrs. Thomasson. A devotional was given, nt each of the meetings, and refreshments were served during the soclnl hour which followed each of th6 programs. « • • Daughter Born Monday. The Rev. nnd Mrs, Harvey TvKIdd are the parents of a daughter, l» Monday afternoon at Memphis Mqlhodisl Hospital. The baby, 'their firs!, child, has IMOJI named Carolyn Webster. Thc Rev. Mr. Klctd Is Iho First L'resbylerian Church. . Elected To High Office Jack Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale of Atinorel, h.-is htcn elected president of Sigma Alpha E|Xiili>n fraternity at Mississippi - colltge, Slarkvillc. STLESS IRRITABLE, HIGH-HUNG 0n "CERTAIN DAYS" Of the Month? Do functlonnl periodic disturbance! make you reel nervous, (klijcly. Irritable, tired, and a bltlilue—at such times? ' Then start at on«—tty r.ydln K. Plnkrmm's Vegetable Compound u> rellevis such symptoms. Plnkham'u Compound is mntle especially for Compound Is that It contnlnn no lurrnTul opiates. It Is made iron A Brand thing about Plokliam'B Follow label directions. Try'lti" Lydia E. Pmkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND Have a "Coke"=Here's your reward .or being a good neighbor in Nassau Underwater exploring in a homemade diving helmet is a novel sport in the West Indies. But the refreshment that's always welcome afterwards is the same as here in the States-ice-cold Coca-Cola. la Nassau as in New York, the fame that refreshes makes a refreshing interlude after strenuous work or play. In many lands around the globe, Coci-Cola has become a high-sign of friendliness, just as it is in your own home; "'('• • eOTTtSO UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COU COMPANY »» ^ COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE "Coke"= Coca-Cola It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly abbreviations. That's why you hear Coca-Cola called "Coke". . C-CCi. Bits of News Mostly Personal • Miss Era Wiluhl niul Miss Itov- cnc Cole linvo liiken one of (liu iTj' Apnrlmontfi cm South Hvoiul- wuy. win-re llioy moved yesterday. Qoi'l). Wllllnm Moycl. wlio Is st»- Uoned Hi Foil Sill, Oklu.. hiui nr- Jivcd home, (wring IHTII culled hero uy the sudden deiUli Sulurdny morning of lib gnmdmollier, Mrs. J"lli\ Ann Ui\vls. Qorcloii l-'rjinkllu Sllniu-ll of Jonrauoro Is vislllni; Mr. nnd Mrs, , E. Rluglns lor several ilny*. Mr. mid Mrs, J.J. Field hud im men- weekend RtiosU, their son, iil. Frank Field uui! Mi's. Held who wore cnroutc from Churlulli!. N. C.. (o Washington, D. C., nnd Ihetr niHiBhtcr, Mrs. J. \\ llollund nncl snn, Jny, of VtwciuiM, Iiul. Cuii- luln Field, who is In the snnllnllon rtepiirlnient of (hn Army, dcidlmj wllh wnlnrln control, ' is bolus Inittsfcri'ed to Washington, nnd Cnntnln Holland now h stulioned "I Vliiimincs <is mi Instructor iti tile Army Air Vorees, Mrs. Mnry II. I.ovnil, motllc-r (if Mrs. J. i,. Newsoin, Is n imtloiU ill Hlylhovllle Hospllnl win-re .she Is having H cnst removed from her hill which was frnclnrrcl .several weeks HKO In n fnll. II. O. I'nrtiow. si-iminn a-« In the Navy, who Is stulioned fit Sun Dle.- 80, Cnllf, Is siivntlliiK Ills 10-(luy Iciivn here wllh his wife nnd family He will return to California next Tuesday Lieut. (J.B.) mid Mrs. llelliany Knigltt, wlw were the. KUCSIS of his parents for scvcnil days followlni; llii-lr receiit nmrrlnee In Murray, Ky.. linvo Bono to Providence, li. l., to make Ihelr lionie while lie Is stationed there. Lieutenant Fniighl 1'c.lmiiL-d to the United Slates Just inpnlli after 21 months .service In Hawnll. t'fc. Hnlph w. Trammell, son of Mr. and Mrs, l>anl Trainmen of H.-Jlltfl a, 1ms arilvi-d home to spend n SO-ilny fin-|oup,li will) hi.s parents. I'rlvnlc Ti'mmm-ll, as n member of the Mnrlnc Corps, has been In loroUjn service, sliic-e Occcinljer IOW. Mrs. Kihvlu Niwj)ii|ri>, Hie fanner Mli* Jenn Lnml), who has Uecn at Montsomcry, Ala., wllh Plinlit Of- Ileer Noennleh while he was slu- lloiu'd there wllh the Army Air Forces, arrived yesterday for a PAGE Tlnusilily Nlglil BrltlBO Mri A M Butt, f. t ^.t, ti ;;j , . Mrs. Herl N. Lamb and ovollii-r, Bert Ijimb Jr. Continnoiu Show* Ever; D«j Bo i Office 0|»en» I ;.n Shin. 8l»rth Z:(IH LISTEN TO Kl.l!l\ , Lust Time Today The Imposter .lean Cabin .V Allyu Jnslyii' • Kukxfcd Short Subjects WashinKlon Redskins vs. ,Chicai;ii \?i^ '• ;> • IK-ars ; X ",.',". i . i ••• I;,•; Thursday and Friday. Paramount News :ind Spltclcd Sliort Subjects ROXY Matlaecf Bit. .% &un. OiUj jirru uch night 8:45; «UrU ' Op*n» Sunday l:m>; BUrtu l-n CvnUnnoru Bhowi Bui. >u< Son Nifht Every Nltht Kxr*> BnUrJmj. honored on £*><BJT * th. Last Time Today. Double Feature They Came To Blow Up America with George Sanders and I Was Framed with Michael Ames and Julie Bishop Selected Short Subject Thursday nnd Friday , Visit wllh her parents, Mr. mid Khlly' Club mccllng wlUi ndclls Class dl Kzst BaotUt riuireh having steak . supper J tl , home of Dr Edna Me*,' 7.80 p,-ffij Coming Events T1IUIISDAY | Miss Mildred 1,011 llicbbnrd en- SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS ^ FLOWER SHOR ... .„, F -''; l> ' 8 " ¥lM ' We !*!!»„ Anywher , « •-. «»1 Mr*. J. M. (Mao) William,, «„•&• BUf. ' V Fashion Leaders Now... ... and Much Later ' ' \ 1 ' Sit ; en-slim styles of roilgh-lcxtmed Wyon" crepe, sliatcgtcnJIy moltlcd and drapetf' tlirbugh sknts and bodices for real figurV loveliness, gxtia llultoiy, too, in the deeji- '•yui?ving necklines, the brilliant jewelry'' touclica, High shades or black.Siaies 12-2Q. For Many-Purpose Wear ' i ; : .; : 29- 75 ',;'. New versions of sturdy standbys. Favorite Cheslerficlds, boy coals, fitted styles" of newly smppth'Jftll wool fabrics'in lively or^idarkier colors. With dressmaker touches of feminine 'velveteen,' bold: fiut- 'lons, smooth shoulders, Range fronts.-\Vnnnly intevlined,' '. r

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