The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1944 · Page 5
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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1944 BLYTHEV1LLE .(AUK.)! COURIER,NEWS im>y-,lii 81.-.Louis, Mo., wlicrc situ ih'fd, .wllh her parents, Mr. mul' Mrs. Friiiik W. Swimn, Xi-l l.iuirel Avemib. Lieut. Hlclmnl N. Smith, asslsliint icclnl services ofllccr, will succeed LlcutcniUil Swnim. Coming Events THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. II. Houclilns. Miss Nancy Klrsluier entertaining Thursday Night Club. Mrs. C. W. Affllck hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. James Elslander of Driver entertaining wllh dinner at Hotel Noble honoring Miss Charlyn Mc- Lcod and her fiance, Lieut. Donald k". Day. Pathfinder Class of First Melh- inllst Cluirch mcct'lng Mrs. Leonard Johnson at 310 North Fifth Street, 1i30 p. in. Mrs. E. D. Ferguson entertaining Fortnightly Club. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Coucland entertaining C. B. c. Club. Chapter "N" of P.E.O. meeting with Mrs. Murray Smart, with Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon as cohostess, 1 p. in. Mrs. Claude Stewart, entertaining Initial Club. Mr. nd Mrs. George W. McLcod and Miss Jane McLcod entertaining with rehearsal dinner for members of the McLcod-Day \veddin: party. SATURDAY Mrs. George Barham and Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr., entertaining with party for Mrs. Lloyd Ward Jr. from 3 to 5 o'clock, at the Ellis home. )ouble G Club Has Parly Miss Frances Little was hostess o members of the Double G Club and three guests, Mrs. j. E. Stc- 'cnson, Mrs. J. J. Bryant and Mrs. narles Bittncr, last night at her ionic on West Main Street, High score prize in the bridge _nmcs played went to Mrs. Stevenson and second high to Mrs. San- 'ord uoonc. Iced drinks were served during .he play, and a dessert course at the conclusion of the gnme.s, • • • Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Sam Burns, Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. R. C. Allen were :ucsts of Mrs. Graham Sucibury last uiglit when she also entertained members of Club Bight for their regular weekly bridge game. High score prize went to Mrs. Paul Jobe and second high to Mrs. Allen. The hostess served iced drinks Daughter Born Yesterday Staff Smut, an ( i Mrs. Virgil E. Williams announce the birth of » daughter late yesterday ill lilythc- ville Army Air Field hospital. The bnby, their first ehlkt, hns been named Jnnet Kny. Mrs. before her marriage Miss Eva Mae Forrest, Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. W. w. Kyser of Columbia, Miss., arrived yesterday afternoon for a 10-dny visit here with Dr. mid Mrs. C. E. Wilson. Russell Campbell has returned • Miss McLeocl Is Honored At Lingerie Shower Party Miis Charlyn McLcod bride-elect of IJeut..Donald H. Day, was guest of honor at a surprise lingerie shower given Monday night by Mrs/ lone Ropp, at the home of Mrs. Malt Scruggs on North Broadway. Invited to drop in 1 for a visit with' Mrs. Scruggs, the lion ore e was- surprised find 15 of her fricnds gathered when she arrived. The gifts were arranged before the open fireplace. A guessing game was played during the evening, with the prize won .by .Miss Jane McLead. A salad plate with Iced drinks was served. * • * P.T.A. Has Meeting Lange Parent Teacher Association members met yesterday afternoon at the school for their regular, monthly meeting, with Mrs. Cody Eaton presiding. They were greeted at the door by Mrs. Shannon Langley, who pave cnch guest a number for the door prize drawing. Mrs. AColph Meyers gave a brief talk on', membership, and Mrs. Charles Fritzius told of the Parent Teacher magazine, selling enough subscriptions to this publication for the '•ojwr^-'' 1 ^**''-^'--'-*--- during the games, and later served n salad course. • • • Mrs. McDonald Entertains Mrs. John R. MrDinald, entertaining members of La Ncuvc Club last night at her home on Missouri Avenue, also was hostess to two oilier guests, Mrs. Gene Teaford and Mrs. Worth D. Holder. High score prize among club members was won by Mrs. Jack Chamblin, and second high by Mrs. Melvin.Halsell, while Mrs. Teaford was high among the guests. A salad plate with iced drinks was served. Business Women Meet The Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church met last night at the home of Dr. Edna Nies, with eight members present, including otic new member, Mrs. Otis' Shepherd, Mrs. Louise Wadenpfuhl was ii guest. Dr. Nies was in charge of the Royal Service Program on the theme of "Glorifying the King Through Our Chief Aims". A talk on "Prayer" was given by Dr. Nies, Miss Minnie Foster spoke on "Study", Miss Pearl Lee on "Tithes and Offerings', and Mrs. Shepherd on "Community Missions". The program was closed with circle prayer. During the social hour the hostess served refreshments. s]xnit his leave here with Mrs, Partlow nnd their children. Mrs. M. Flteimmons hns had as her guest for several days her sister, Mrs. I. O, Westbro'ok of Ouk Ridge, Twin. Mrs. T. \v. Jefferles, Mrs. Rosco Oration mul Mrs. S. l>, Criiflon spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Burns Entertains Cemetery Association Maple Grove Cemetery Association met yesterday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. W. M. Burns, with 12 certificate. Quest-'speaker .for the...Tfternooiv- was the Rev'. J. P. McDonnell, who used as his topic, "Keeping America, for Americans." Miss Betty Jane Martin's second grade won the room prize for hav- . ing the largest percentage of • mothers in attendance, and Mrs. Harold Sudbury received the door prize. W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of the Blytheville schools, was a guest at the meeting. Clyde Newman Honored Clyde Newman, who left Monday afternoon for service with the Army, was guest of honor Sunday when his wife entertained at their home on Cherry Street with a family dinner party. Twenty-three guests, including a number of ouL-of T lown visitors, attended the dinner-, and during the afternoon the guests went to the home of Mrs. Earl McGregor on Division Street for a visit with her. "Mrs. McGregor, who Is n sister of Mr. Newman, was ill and unable to attend the party. Out-of-town guests included Mr. , :>nd Mrs. A. A. Newman, parents £of the guest of honor, Mr. and ~ Mrs. Paige Newman and family, Mrs. Willie Drumwriglit and family,' all 9f Riplcy, Tenn., and Arthur Newman and son of Luxora. * t * Mrs. Nolen Is Hostess Mrs. Wyatt Henley played bridge with members of the Bl-Monthly Bridge Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Emma Nolcn entertained the group at her home, 310 West.Walnut Street, Defense stamps went to Mrs. A. M. Butt for high score and lo Mrs. S. P. Martin for second high. Light refreshments were served. I Smothcrman, present". ; ' ' I- Mrs. W. M. Crowe was in charge from St. Louis where lie spent two days at market for Miss Whltsilt's Shop. Pvl. Clyde Davis, 'who lias been stationed at Cnmp Robinson, Ark., "or the past six months, has re- )oiied to Camp Grnbcr, Okla., after spending his 15-day furlough icre with his wife and their daughter. Dolores Khca. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kinard are spending their two-week's vacation with friends and relatives in Little Rock, Lcwlsvlllc and Cntiulen, Ark. Mr. Kinard's position as Hnllway Express Agency is being filled by E. L. Mitchell of Arkaclelpliia. relief agent. Mrs. Eunice Young Is at market In St. Louis buying for Applebaum's Ladies Toggery. Mrs. w. c. Bnrksdalc has returned from a month's business trip to Natchez, Miss. Mrs. Louise Strncko spent Sunday in Batesvillc, Miss., as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Claude Scoggins and family. The Rev. E. C. Brown, Mrs. Brown and their son, Jerry, left Monday afternoon for Texarkana. Texas, where they were called by :he critical illness of Mrs. Brown's father, H. A. Williams. Their older son, Don, remained here. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ncal and Mrs. Lola Culbertson spent the weekend in Yorkville. Tenn.. where they visited Mr. Nenl's mother. Mrs. G. Buchanan, and in Milan. Tenn. as guests of Mrs. Neal's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Faust. Miss Jessie Srite and Louis Isaacs arc at market in St. Louis, buying for Isaacs Store. Mrs. c. R. Penn is spending tills week in Lake Village, Ark., with relatives. Mr. Penn, who accompanied her there, returned home Monday. 1 The "Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallup of Dyess, Ark., spent Monday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Newman.'coming i especially to 'be with:,,Mr.. JNfiwman.j.iybS left flh£t afternoon'for Little'Rock foi dut'\ with the Army. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Purlle and family, who have been making VV/C Officer Leaves WAC Lt, Virginia l*e Swiinn, special services officer nt the DAAF, 1ms been transferred from tjils sln- llon mul will soon be reverle'd to nil inactive status because of physical disability. Lieutenant Sivann was commissioned In the \VACs May 23, 1043, and was trained In the Special Services School nt Lexington, Vn., before being assigned assistant special services officer here. Bhfc "assumed charge of the Special Services Office In September, succeeding Capt, O. L. Benson, who was transferred to another station. In civilian We Llculciiiint Sivimn At The Hospitals . . niyUicvlllo Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Hetty Ruth Whltflelil, Stecle. Mo. Mrs. Ernest Sparks, city. Mrs, Wayne Woolcy. Dell. Born lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Anderson, city, n son, ycsU'nluy afternoon, ,\Valls Hospital Dismissed: Patricia Ann liny, Steele, Mo. First Christian Church Service Is Cancelled The service scheduled to be hold tonight at First Chrlslluii Chinch has been cancelled, It was announced today by the Rev. R. S. lialrrt, pastor. Cancellation of Die service wns due (o the Rev. Mr. llulrd's leaving for Columbus. Ohio, where ho will nUend • the International Convention of (he Disciples of Christ. About one-half '(he coffee K o ,, , • - - -Mnn,|-uses comes from the llrltlsh Southwestern Bell Telephone Com- Empire. was service representative for the' Legion Auxiliary Meets Members of the American Legion Auxiliary mi'l lust, night at tile hut. with Mrs. Joe Scruggs, president, in clmrgi' ol tho business session. Mrs. Ed H. Conk completed her report on her Irlp to the Niitlonnl American Legion Convcnllon held in September In Chicago, and Mrs. Kddlc llurks repoi'lccl on the success of tile bingo parly heli! lust imrcday night hy the oroup. Mrs. Scruggs, president of the ciil unit, Mrs. Mmvln Jjine, Mrs. K(l H. Cook, slate membi'i-shlp ehnlinian, mul Mrs. G. S. Haugi'll, iwst president of the local group, will represent the W.vlhi'vJIlc mill a( the Hill membership ronfercnci; lo be held next week in Little Hook. Dmlnii Hie social hour which (ol- Knvi'il (Ins business, refrcshiiionls were served by Mrs, llurks and Mrs. liasgelt. Temperatures lllriulngliam Olmrlestcin .- Cluirlolle . Cliattmioogn Chicago . . CinclnDnll . Denver . ,. Detroit . .. Jacksonville . Kansas City . Miu'on Memphis . 'Hi 18 72 II . 72 . VI ...... 11 77 10 75 Vlontgomery 78 18 75 commander, presiding.--. >, *. 4 4i Mcmbcis - * 83 Washingloii , ,, f>9 Dallas . '. jo Houston 80 Jackson 83 Lltllo Rock 75 Shrcveport 79 TalliUui.ssc 72 Men In Service Oonaltl W. Lee, la-year-olil son of Mr. nlitl Mrs. Tahmis U>e of, lilylliKVille, lias written his piircnlfi »f his transfer lo shipboard alter four months of .service on an 1s- liind In the South pnclflt! war ?.onc. 50 chaigcd tcivlci 1 mcii under the GI 53 i Act find Public Laty No, f!6< ,ajid ingcd that all Veterans av'all {hem- „ selves of these opportunities ' ^ Announcement als6,Vas rattle <>( n fifth District inciting to be hlli Nov. 5 at BfythcYllIc, ' Beware Coiighi8,L from common ^ili^tf That Haiig Ott Orcomulslon relieves prbwiitly'be- '''' .. stimuli 2-c In tho Mr. I.eu Is n Navy. • • • John Kdwnrd Otinn, eleclrlcltin'u mnlii :i-u In the Seabces, 1ms been in the I'nclfle nrcit for the piist 12 iiionltiK, and now Is slalloncil in Iliiwnll, !Ic Is the ran of Mr. and Mrs. Tollle E. Claim of Route 2. lllythevlllc. Lcgronna/rcs Meet A rcgurnr huslnesji nieellni! of thc'Dud Ciison I'osl of the Amerl- ciin l.euloii wns held last night, at the hut, with J. I,. Terrell, l»st of the business meeting, when plans for the care of the cemetery during the Winter months, were dis- '.heir home, at 506 West Walnut cussed. Mrs. Sallie Hubler gave the have moved to 1701' Hcarn Street devotional to close the'mecUng. H/G Partlow, seaman 2-c In the A salad plate with hot coffee was ] Navy, returned yesterday morning served. to San Diego, Calif., after having NERVOUS, REST LESS IRRIIIBIEJIGI Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to J O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the -HOTEL NOBLE Admission fi5c lucl. Tax On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of The Month? Do functional periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, Irrl- table, tired, and a bit blue—at such UlTttS? Then start at once—try Lydla E. rinKbam's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. PInkham'c Com[>ound Is made tspccfatty for i/wrtcn. Taken regularly—It heSps tuild up resistance against 6uch distress. Thousands upon thousands ol women have reported benefits! 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