The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 19, 1942
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK,) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1942 •if ' 'w .•.''•". '.-W. ;';•;. •.•••j";'| /t l j > - ; Social Calendar I. x WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS , -V* "^^E^-P. .Blomfeyer. entertaining ' WedilesMjr Contract Club. 't Mrs .^Cornelius Modmger eriter- " tainiug Town and Country Club. [ Central y . Parent Teacher Association; meeting 3 .o'clock preceded *doy executive board meeting at 2:30 ^rclock at school. /^ " THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. • P. Lane entertaining Triple -Table Club. * Double iPour Club meeting with ^vtrs. John .Foster. «*. Mrs. John F. 'Lent! entertaining ^Thursday Contract Club. * Catholic Young People's Club -sponsoring bingo parly, 8 o'clock, 'rat Catholic Hall. * FRIDAY'S EVENTS ^ Mrs. R. L. Jackson entertaining •C. E. C. Club, ' . , War-Savings Suits to' -Share Honors At Party « Mrs. Spencer Alexander, recent *bride, and Miss Maurine Branson, 'Hiride-elect, shared honors at a Dessert bridge given by Miss Eliza- 1 -toeth Ann Wilson for 24 guests at ."her home last night. * Mrs. Alexander 'was before her •marriage, Miss Mary Elizabeth Bo**um, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. ^Edgar P. Borum. Miss Branson, Slaughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. •Branson, is to become the bride *W Walter Heard Jr., of Malvern, ^Tune 6. w Miss Wilson's party was the second in the series of affairs which ""tire now beginning for Miss Bran^on. She is to be guest of honor t ^Wednesday night at a party given "•toy Mrs. B.' A. Lynch and Mrs. *JEtobevt A. Porter at the Lynch] Siome. They will entertain 16 guests •at- 8 o'clock. *• A yellow and white color scheme *jvas carried out in the bridal Decorations for last night's affair. bellow and white dominated the Colorful arrangements of flowers Enormous or Tiny-Thai's The '42 Hat Style In-Between Sizes Are Getting Lost In the Summer-Fashion Popularity Rush -r£p^'- ffivAv/Sf \vffS'. s+*+*'i\' f A. . t*. . S X _.•», _.(•»* 7 ' >>svWvi5 J LfW» J <v^< ; '-i'5X'X'X'^>ixS:o*:^, s y £* -.A. f *_; Mrs. W. B. Burkett Addresses "Town Hall" Meeting Sunday CSCEOLA, Ark., May 19.—Mrs. W. B. Buir.cci of Bassett was the principal speaker at the second Gsceola town hall meeting held at Csceola courthouse Sunday ai'ter- uoon. r riic meeting attended by 125 persons was the second in the .series of old-fashioned New England style town hall meetings to be held each Sunday afternoon to discuss matters of civic interest and particularly ways and means of helping in the war effort. At the first meeting a week ago 85 were oresent. Bruce Ivy presided at Sunday's meeting and introduced George Doyle, 'chairman of the Osceola chapter American lied Cross, who announced that plans wore perfected for First Aid Classes to begin. E. M. Weicher, first aid chairman of the local chapter, announced the first meeting for enrollment and assignments to be eld at the Com mini ity Ho vise at o'clock Wednesday night. All ersons interested in taking the ourse are invited to be present. r. L. D. Massey is scheduled to :ach the first class, with the other to teach succeeding included coreopsis, roses, iinapdr'agons, pansies, and numerous other early Summer flowers, bouqusts were used in the iiiving, sun and dining rooms. ,»• Small crystal vases of rosebuds ;^ft'ere, in the centers of the small Cables which were arranged for the Dessert course. Individual cakes iced "with yellow were served with yel- =low and' white cream and nuts. 2 Tallies for the games were white land featured the' bridal theme. •zWinners in the games were Mrs. 3Betty McCutehen Scanlon, high; SMiss Virginia Martin, "daughter of |Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, sec- iond high; and Miss Virginia Little, 4hird high. All were given defense •Stamps. £ The guests of honor were pre- iiented sets of crystal.;, ash,, .-trays ^j»y their hostess. " '""' E? * * * SEAPTIST UNION HEARS ffcOYAL SERVICE PROGRAM •- ». A. Royal Service program, "What- Soever Tilings Are Lovely," was presented at the meeting of ths Neman's Missionary Union, First ^Baptist Church, at 2:30 o'clock grcsterday at the church. Mrs. 3Everett Renegear led the program •frhich was prepared by Mrs. Tom. jjftr. Jackson. ,C The devotional from Esther was by Mrs. C. E. Edds. Mrs. 1R. L. Reeder, Mrs. H. L. Chambers •Ifiid Mra. C. E. Johnson led the t30 members in prayer. *r Program subjects and speakers INGENUITY'S in style, and these two new examples of it are worth * any woman's investigating if she wants to shine as a fashion-wise' patriot who wears things—and stylew'orthy things—that conserve materials. A plain everyday shower curtain of brown and white rubberized print was used to make the striking one-sided bathing suit shown at left. Dorothy Gruskin designed it. Very short brown cotton trunks go unde'r the wrap-around skirt. The dashing Egyptian- inspired swimming outfit at lyght is made of unbleached muslin—the stripes are hand-painted on afterward. Myra Werkheiser thought lhat_up. Both designers arc young students of the Traphagen School, " " of Fashion.f" " •--.-- were: "Whatsoever Things Are!of Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. Mrs. W Lovsly." Mrs. Walter Bishop; "Culls L. Horner gave the Bible Study to Lovely Service," Mrs. H. H. Instead of refreshments, the hos- Brooks; "Training for Lovely Service," Mrs. M. C. Outlaw; "A Lovely HAIR TONIC Christian 'Spirit," Mrs. Shelbume Brewer. • fc • METHODIST WOMEN MEET IN CIRCLES. Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, met in circles forV-devotib'nai.' and -program periods. Mrs., W. P. Pryor and Mrs. E. A. Goodrich were hostesses to nine members of Circle One and one visitor, Mrs. Bruton, for a meeting at the Pryor home. Mrs. Ralph Berry man gave the devotional after which Mrs. Jennings Bailey delivered the closing prayer. Refreshments were served. Each member of Circle Two joined the Victory Book campaign by voting to contribute a book to the soldiers. This action took place nt the home of Mrs. Everett B. Gee where a recording of Lynn Fontanne's "White CHtTs of Dover" was played. Mrs. George W. Pyles gave the bible study after Mrs. Riley B. Jones had opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Gee served iced drinks and cookies. Five members of Circle Three attended the meeting at the home toss donated defense stamps to the circle., Mrs. H. G. Par How gave the devotional ami read an article or "The Family Altar" at the meet ing of Circle Four at the homi of Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs. N. F Brewer, a guest, opened the meet ing with prayer. Other guest, were' Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr., and Mrs B. F. Gay. The hostess served re "freshmerits to the nine present. Mrs. A. M. Butt was hostess t members'* of Circle Five. After Mrs A. C. Haley offered the devotiona the meeting was closed with th Lord's prayer. Refreshments were served. Ten members of Circle Six heard Mr.s. L. E. Baker give the Bible study at the home of Mrs. W. M. Taylor. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Charles Crigger and dismissed with the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Ben Hall became a member of Circle Seven at its meeting at the home of Mrs. R. A. Porter. Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave the devotional after which the hostess NEW YOR/K. (NEA)--More hat or less hat—that's what makes smart heads look unmistakably "Summer 1942." Nicole de Paris makes the point with characteristic dash, as shown by the accompanying photographs. The designer's dinner hat, pictured at right, is enormous. And just to emphasize the bonnet's bulk, a huge white important-looking chou of Ince is placed right in front. hysicians lasses. D. S. Laney, USO chairman for /Tississsippi County, sjwke of the ims and objectives of the cam- aign to be launched Tuesday /lay 19, for $4500 in the county his to be our part of the $32,000,00 being raised throughout the ountry to build, furnish and quip 647 club houses in the TJ. S. Hawaii and -Alaska. Brig. Gen. E. L. Compere, Ark- msas Selective Service director,} Speakers for the graduation serv- This hat goes with what has be- band, come the dinner costume of the .season, and one of the most popular costume types in several seasons—the street-length dinner dress with a touch of white or, with plenty of pearls. Little hats are frilly, feminine and much smaller than ever before. Nicole's afternoon and evening suggestion, shown at left, is a mere black web of a chou enmeshing two pink roses on a head- |smooth brow and flat-topped coil'»• Fifth Avenue and in smart ifure, and there are two roses at places everywhere the predominance of the big hat—sailor, cavt- the middle of the brow. Many of these big hats are he-Id wheel, bonnet, all "great hats"— on by veils, tied und<>r the chin. is established. Most elegantly. (This is, of course, only for natural- they're worn forawrd on the fore- ly-picturesque types. For thn \vo- head. But sometimes they are push- man who wants to be smart, the ed emphatically back— for instance, formula is: let fhe hat bi> somo- a great white parasol-hat with a 'thing very definite, with a diarru-t- bancl underneath the crown. The er of its own. or else lot it be band fits the forehead snugly, j completely soft, -ind less hat than calling attention to the wearer's ; ever before. Diplomas Will Be Presented To 92 Graduates Here May 29 elford, Alene Shackelford, Clara Lee Sisco. Soldiers Promoted vill be principal shaker at the meeting next Sunday afternoon, May 24. ices of the city high school here next week were announced today along with a list of 92 candidates The Rev. E. "K. Sewell dismissed ; for diplomas. Baccalaureate speak- the audience with prayer. Bite of News Mostly Personal ler will be the Rev. S. B: Wilford, pastor of First Methodist Church, and commencement .speaker will be John L. Hill of Nashville, Term., prominent Baptist leader. to the usual custom of the MIND YOUR MANNERS T. M. Test your knowledge of correct have made arrangements for the seniora to be presented at a vesper pervice at 6:30 o'clock Sunday Mrs. Tom W: l Jackson l .has beerA ; afternoon at Haley Field. l. If you move into a new city and a hostess representing a num- ;ber of the city's business firms ill for a few days at her home. Among Blytheville people in San Antonio. Texas, for the Southern Baptist convention are: the Rev., O. J. Chnstain, Mrs. Charles Ray- held on the following Friday night, May 29, also before the .stadium in keeping with a two-year custom. Some Fun-nh! .„ , membcr Qf the ^ tist Sunday School Board and Ncwcomb Mrs. Ney Hunt and a wrilcr for Ba tist pubUcalions . Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr. They left the, OU;c _ aetails of gradua tion week first of last week and plan to inc i u dmg selection of honors stu- return Uie first of the coming week. dents hnve not been completed, They are to be joined there by but win be announced soon. Five members of Blytheville's National Guard unit now stationed n Alaska have received promotions according to Capt. Arden B. Urowder. The following have been promoted from sergeant to staff sergeant: Ralph Farrar, John R. Johen. Olynder Rayder, Raymond W. Bixon, Herbert Wilson. mass of conifers in the world. Siberia has an evergreen forest that contains the largest single * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel BIdg. served refreshments! * * * DR. KIIIOTT IS COUIVCIL SI'KAKER. Dr. J. W. Elliott, representative of the Christian sponsored Phillips University of Enid. Okla., spokfi at the executive board meeting of the Woman's Council, First Chrsitian Church, yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp. He spoke briefly of University work and showed pictures made on the school campus. The devotional from the third chapter of John was given by Mrs. Russell Barham after which the period was closed with the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Wetenkamp and her mother. Mrs. E. M. Terry, who was co-hostess, served a sandwich plate Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, who is now visiting her sons in Texas. j Pvt. James.C. Guard, of Jefferson Barracks. Mo., spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., flew to Jacksonville, Fla.. Friday to join her son, Capt. Francis Adams of Camp Blanding, Fla.. who is awaiting transfer to another post. She plans to be away for 10 clays. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bean are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Floyd A. White spent Sunday in Memphis with her mother. Mr.s. W. H. Jones, who is at Campbell's Clinic. Miss Rosa M. Hardy spent the week end in Gates. Tenn., with her mother who is quite ill. with iced tea. Garden decorated the homo. flowers Lucille Peyton Tipton To Wed John H. Fan-ell C»»,™nt e~ .,„ be ^aSo^ T^°wo™ caller? ' 2. Would it be all right to ask her any questions you want to j know about the city? 3. If she gives you presents from the various merchants or a book of coupons which you can turn in lor presents or credit should you thank her graciously? 4. If no hostess calls on you but there is one in the city would it be all right for you to call her and as for any information you would like about churches, stores, beauty .shops, etc.? 5. .Should you feel you cannot invite the hostess in when she calls because you are not yet settled and ftie living room is cluttered with unhung pictures? What would you do if— When you move to a new town a number of persons call on you—• (a) Return the calls promptly? (b) Don't bother to return the Senior students are: Billie Jsan Abbott. Margie Anderson, Eloisc Barnes, Jean Baxter, Virginia Bell, Philip Biship, David Boone, jlris Dale Boswell, Owen Brasfield. Ronald Brogden, Glenora Brooks, Charles Caldwell. Billy Carter. Jack Chnmblin, Warren Clark, James Cobb, Raymond Cook, Dorothy Corlew, Frances Corlew. Shirley Covington, Ann Crook, E. Billie Damon, Jake Darby, Louis Dark. Ivira Dvi~. "Dorothy Deskin. Ethel Mae Eberdt. Donald Estes, Joe Evrard, EiToleen Freeman,' Patty Ami Green. Kitty Halter, calls if you think the place will Haywood Hardy. Max Harrison, jnot be your permanent home, or Dorothy Jean Higginson, Virginia Hill, Margaret Hoimnd, Carllynn Hood, George Hubbard. Jettye Claire Huffman Mrs. J. B. Husbands. Butonne Jaggcrs. Clarence Johnson, Virginia Johnson. Billy JonU, Mayfield "Sonny" Lloyd. Sallic Mathis. Jane Medlin. COOTER. Mo.. May 19.—0f inter-jmogenc Moody. Harvey Morris!, cst here is the announcement of j Bill Morse. Doris Muir, Joe Me- [solution—(n). if you don't care about knowing a ;reat many people? Answers 1. Yes. 2. Certainly. 3. Yes. 4. Yes. 5. No. Better "What Would You Do' Wow! Did I wallop that ball f My run won the game too. . » . But it sure made me hot, whew! Gave me a swell idea though. * I told the fellers to get into shorts and meet at my house. Then we turned on the hose. . . . Got soaking .. And forgot all about the heat. Some Fun-nh! (And for LAWK Life —A Soaking Host-Sbotver Every Other Water Co. Bernard Alton, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity" CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WITH AFTERNOON PARTY. Marcia Lou McGregor, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Enrl McGregor, celebrated her 10th birthday Friday afternoon with a party at her home. 315 South Division street. She was hostess to 10 guests. Prizes in the games went to Charles Henderson and Emmalulu Shook. After games were played, ice cream, cake and punch were serv- GITESTS PLAY WITH THREE QUADS CI.UB. Three guests. Airs. D. E. Young; Jr.. Mrs. Ed Smith and Mrs. William Lambert, played bunco with members of the Three Quads Club last uiglft when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. "Bud" Henley. Mrs. Henley was high and Mrs. Don Edwards, low scorer in the games. Bunco was won by Mrs. Young and consolation by Mrs. R. P. Lane. Following the games, ice cream cake wen; served by the hos- the engagement of Miss Lucille ciure, Edward McCormick. John Peyton Tipton. daughter of Mr. I McGill. Bobby McHnney. Betty Mc- and Mrs. Henry Peyton Tipton of Mullin. Cha'rles Parker. *Clydc Horn Lake. Miss., to John Howard Perry, Margie Perry, Bobby Peter- Farrell. son of Mrs. John Oliver >^n Hrnrum Posev. Bobby Anne Fan-ell of Memphis. The wadding Purvis, Maxine Ucid, Sylvia Reid- will take place during the Summer, man, Allen Rice. The bride-elect is well known I Louise Rice. Bettv Jo Richarcl- here having been commercial instructor at the Cooter high school for the past year. She was graduated from the Horn Lake high school and received her B. S. degree from State Teachers College son. Shirley Rodders. Ila Rogers, LeRoy Ross. Roland Rounsnville. Albert Snlibn. Elliott Saliba. Juanita Shelton. Evelyn Shibley. Lanelle Smart. Charles Smith, Wallace Smith. Hay.s Snradley, in Memphis where she was 0 ut-iRobert Stinson. Bill Stovall. Jack standing in school activities. Rotiert Ed Thompson, served as president of the Associa- Emma Jane Webster. Johnny 1 tion of Childhood Education and White. Margaret Whitner. Hope as president of the Methodist Stu- |Whitworth. Jamas Williams. Mary dents Club. She also was a member of the Y.W.C.A. Cabinet and of the Student Governing Council. Mr. Farrcll received his education in the Memphis schools and is now an X-ray, technician with the Memphis and Shelby County Department. Men, Women Over 40 Rundown, Listless? Get Zip, Punch, New Activity Don't worry another flny over Hurt, rundown. S&SKSS 1 ' > teo «*s fe«UnK. T»*e Oatrrt— the STIMULATING toalc. Puts At The Hospital* Klythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Bonna Thompson of Lilbourn. Mrs. Larson Crump, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: W. T. Wheat, city. Dewey Koonce. St. Louis. Mrs. R. w. Burton, city. Mrs. M. L. Hawkins, city. Mr.s. Clyde Bunch, Yarbro. Wright. John Oliver "Bo" Coppedge, who completed his high school work last Summer, will also receive his diploma. Jsck Holt Addresses County High Graduates Thirteen students were graduated from the Mississippi County High School this year in commencement exercises Friday. May 8. at which Jack Holt, of Little Rock, attorney general, delivered the address. The baccalaureate sermon was given by the Rev. W. J. Watson of Trumann Methodist Church, Sunday, May 3. Alice Jean Brackett was valedictorian and Twyla Whitlock. salu- tatcrian. Other members of the class were: Clifford Faircloth; Virgil Horten. Clay Crawford. Marie Freshour, Willie Dee Freshour, Glendola Morgan. Louise Noles, Mae Elris Rod gens. Treva Shack- new activity tn . tacged out body which needs Iron. vJUmln Bi t»k*win^ pJiosphonw. Positively AMAZES ne ^ . sve ew os«». For »<JuItfl of all ajrca hut ESPECIALLY food lor Uios* p,vrt 4Q when * ttlnraUUntt tonic is oTt«n , c nrouH uie artx ronlc T»W*t* now only 29d Start to cct vim. vitality tod wat for enjoylnt We. this very day. For nale ftt all K*>:>d ftrng Rtor«.> every' where — in Blythnvillc, at Kirby Father. Three Sons in Army CAMP ROBERTS. Cal. (UP) — A. V. Vanslike and his three sons, of Galveston. Tex., constitute a sort of one-family army here. The fcur live in the same barracks and arc assigned to the same battery. The sons are Archie. 20: Clarence 19. and Louis. 18. All volunteered. Chinese Speaker Chosen PULLMAN. Wash. (UP)— Dr. W. H. Chang, director of the China Institute in - London, has been chosen to deliver the baccalaureate address at Washington State College May 31. Dr. Chang has served as Chinese minister to both Poland and Czechoslovakia. 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