The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 22, 1942
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942 Mrs. Hudson Complimented Miss Jeanne Harrison was hostess to 28 guests last night at .a patry and,* miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs*. Hugh Hudson, who was before her marriage May 5, Miss Louise Dobyns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. •-The suburban home of the hostess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, had been effectively decorated in 'a red, white and blue color scheme to carry out the patriotic motif used throughput the parity" because the bridegroom is in the Army. Red snapdragons and roses, whit* 5 daises and blue corn flowers and larkspur were used throughout'the lower floor of the residence. Tallies and scorepads were decorated with the American flag and the dessert course of angel parfait. ice -box fruit cake and coffee carried out the 'same shades. Souvenirs were miniature flags on the refreshment plates. Bridge and Chinese checkers were played. In the bridge games Mrs. Jesse " : M. White won a crystal vase far-high score and Miss Betty Jane Easley. a crystal ash tray set for cut!prize. Miss Warren Poster received a crystal cigarette holder for'high in the checker games ancC Mrs. Doyle Turner received low. check prize, a table bell. The bride was presented crystal in "her pattern by her hostess and the .guests showered her with an assortment of gifts.. • • • Given Farewell Party Philip Spencer Alevander was guest of honor at a party given Tu^diyiirgrit^by: employes;'of First National Bank prior to his leaving Wednesday for Little Rock to undergo final examination before entering the Army. : , ./":" :. : After surprising "Mr .^Alexander "A-Biking We Will Go. Perfect for Summer and his bride, the'former"Miss Mary | /ALL SET to-mount a bicycle built for three are this mother and Elizabeth Borum, the party went, ,** sons wearing bright cotton costumes inspired by a toreador's' to Camp Moultrie for supper. I .trappings. The suits, very practical for active sporfs, were designed. The employes presented Mr.I by New York fashion student Ruth Goess. Knee 'breeches are red,! _-,., ... ... ,:_u^« j y/hit£_and_blue_striped denim, buttons and bicycle caps are_the samej ^Pli /•* •» «-i *O rr\4-r* *%. «• A Vk 1 •»••*. ^~~~~~ "'~~ -—~~~~ ' Alexander a gold cigarette lighter as a farewell gift. ;Mr. Alexander was employed at the bank until last Pall when he accepted a similar position in El Paso, Texas. When he returned home-:for several weeks stay before ntering the Army, he was again connect&'d with this bank. He. passed his examination and /The jackets are blue. fashioned blooms were centerpieces of the four tables arranged for the dessert course of strawberry parfait, cakes and coffee served the guests upon arrival. Defense stamp? were awarded Little Rock awaiting orders. '• • ' ; » * '• * Bride Complimented Mrs. Philip Spencer Alexander , who has been comp! many interesting prior to her ing tfie of honor at iiwith is how at the induction, camp in Miss Mary Virginia Cutler for 'high score and Mrs. Robert A. [Porter for second high. The bride was presented a crystal sugar and cream set. THURSDAY CONTRACT CLUB HAS FINAL PARTY. • The Thursday Contract Club had its flnal' ;; party" yesterday, before disbanding for the Summer, when Mrs. John F. Lenti was hostess at# her home. A Chinese luncheon featuring Chap Suey was served at two small tables decorated with garden flowers. Foreign designed tallies fitted last night. She was forrriecly^Miss Mary -Borum. ,. /•:^-/- f Mildred Lou Hubbard and Branson • entertained 16 at "with a dessert bridge Hotel Noble. The Colonial Roopm was decorat- ed-.iin a Summertime scheme with vase^s of roses and daisies about the room and bouquets of old Kill Moths Spray powerful Bee Brand Spray in closets. Kills moths in in 11 stages—when hit with spray. Kills ants, roaches, bed bugs, flies, mos- in with the scheme. In the curd games defense stamps went to Mrs. Rodney L. Banister for high score prize. * «r * TRIPLE TABLE RUMMY CLUB HAS WEEKLY PARTY. Mrs. R. P. Lane was hostess to the Triple Table Rummy Club last night at her home. High score prize among the 12 tables went to Mrs. Sam Sykes, Mrs. W. B. Nally won second high and Mrs. William Lambert, the club award. A salad plate was .served with ' coffee. JUNIOR-SENIOR I'. T. A. COMPLIMENTING GRADUATES. The 92 members of the senior class of the city high school will be guests of honor at a party to be given tonight by the Junior- Senior Parent Teacher Association. . The affair is to be at the Woman's Club. • • • At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Inez Patrick, Holland, Mo. Mrs. J. H. Wilferd, Holland, .Mo. Mrs. Willie Summers, city. Mrs. C. M. Ingram, Keiser. Jewell Swain, city. Dismissed. Judith Cahoon, Holland, Mo. John Cahoon, Holland, Mo. Blylheville Hospital Admitted: Melba Pryor. city. Mrs. Alice Nabers, city. Mrs. Claude Stewart, Caruther's- ville, Mo. Carson Alley, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Joe Beo£ley and daughter, Molly, will leave Sunday for Atlanta, Ga.. where they will make their home for the present. They .lie joining Dr. Beasley, recently called into naval service as a first lieutenant junior grade, who is stationed at the Air Base there. Dr Beasiey, who recently went to Washington, was joined there two weeks ago by Mrs. Beasley but orders for his transfer were received the day she arrived and both left immediately for Atlanta where Mrs. Beasley remained for several days. She and Molly will be accompanied lo Atlanta by Mrs. Be alley's mother, Mrs. A. P. Diet- j rich, who will be there for a week. 'They will reside at 2040 Northeast Peachtree. Their house here has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Kennedy while they are away. Mr. Kennedy i.s a government engineer and will be located here 1'or about nine months during conduction of the new Air Base. Mrs. Robert Scott and daughters, Nonna Fay and Kay. of Memphis, .ue guests of Mrs. Frank Simmons and other relatives. Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. Baker Wilson have returned from Little Rock where they visited for several days. Mrs. Robinson was the guest of Mrs. John P. Weinman, having gone over especially for a luncheon at the home of Congressman and Mrs. D. D. Terry. Mrs. J. J. Traynor Jr., who has been seriously ill. is now much improved. Removed to a St. Louis hospital when her condition became .serious, she i.s now much improved and Mr. Traynor has returned home. The two children remained in that city with rela'- tives of their father until' Mrs, Traynor j s able to return to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Baker L. Wilson and daughter, Jane, will go to Somcrville, Tenn.. next week to spend two weeks. They are going over especially for the wedding of Mr. Wilson's nephew, Billy Wilson. Moss Bryan, who has been connected with the Standard Oil Co at Tampa. Pla.. for almost two years, is expected to return honie' within a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and son, Joe : and Mr. and Mrs W. C. Higginson and daughter' Miss Dorothy Jean, left today for a motor trip through Mississippi with stops to be made at Stark- Offers Gas Premium To Automobile Buyers CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—On the first day of gasoline rationing Jin Massachusetts during World War 11, a classified advertisement appeared in the Harvard Crimson, undergraduate daily newspaper, that read: "Free: 18 gallons gas and 4 new tires—to the first one who buys my car, a 1939 Buck Club Coupe." tion. TO CHECK Most of the major oil companies are doing service for operators of motor vehicle repair shops by calling attention of the public to the fact that a multitude of motor "knocks" will result from the lower octane content of gasoline provided for the civilian popula- BEAT » TMi ^ HEAT Soothe and cool away heat rash and help prevent it— dust all over with Mexican Heat Powder —use after your bath. Costs little. * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel Bldg. This merger of two leading fashions promises to be a huge success! In one pattern we present the favorite in play suits—tailored shirtwaist top with notched collar and lapels and ample fullness—with a slick button front jumper which you'll like the minute you set eyes on it! Big, big pockets give it a lift—a fashion oomph which is not often found in such simple garments. The practicality of the complete outfit is obvious. ..wear both on beach or camping expeditions- shed the skirt, when the time comes for strenuous activity, and beneath it is the faultless play suit. Preview Pattern No. P161 is designed for sizes 12 to 20. Size 14 playsuit requires 3 VI yards of 35- inch material, jumper skirt, 2% yards. To order this pattern, send 15 cents plus one cent for postage in coin together with your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Courier News Pattern Service, IOC Seventh Avenue, New York, N. Y. they StJoseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10' Herschel Brister, Portageville, Mo. j there. ville and Columbus, where plan to visit colleges. B. G. West returned yesterday from Washington where he attended to business for several days as a representative of the Arkansas Gotten Trade Association, composed of cotton firms of Arkansas and Missouri, in conferring with H. F McCarthy, director of traffic movement in the Office of Defense Transiwrtation. Mr. a. ml Mrs, Hermon Carlton have moved to the residence of' Lieut, and Mrs. T. K. Mahan for six weeks while Mrs. Mahan and son are at Fort Ord, Calif., with Lieut. Mahan, who is stationed Memphis Si. Joseph's Hospital ! C. J. Evrard is ill at his home Rnhprt Rnqt Htv Oil Hitrhwnv ftl Wru-n-, Robert Rasl, city. Scheduled for the Wringer SEATTLE <UPt — A laundry inserted this classified ad in a Seattle on Highway 61 North. H. Highfill, B. G. West, Baker L- Wilson and Sheldon Hall are among those going to Hot Springs tomorrow for the annual Arkansas Dinners Association. over, anvhow." COIFFURES MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ... . coiffures voted most likely to succeed ... the ones that are going right straight to the head of the graduation class this year . . . are the ones that are prettiest and most; practical—the casual, easy-going short-cuts. Short hair best suits the requirements of 1942, because it s easy ,'to manage . . . looks well groomed with a minimum of care. The new styles are extremelv versatile. They look crisp and chic with your mortar board . . . efficient with your uniform cap romantic on star-spangled nights. We specialixc in tapering hair to the length most flattering for YOU most suitable for your life. Phone 3202 For An Appointment The BEAUTY BAR Glencoe Hotel Building paper: "You may just as well let us I Mr ; and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh went be your laundry, 'cause you're going' 1 - 0 f''ulton. Mo., today to attend Ihroueh the wringer before this is the graduation, exercises of William Wouds College. Their daughter. Miss Jeanetta Jean, will be graduated from this junior college where .she has majored in music. Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Atkinson, who have lived at Manila for several years, hava moved their residence lt.o Blytheville following establish- jment of an office here by Dr. Atkinson. They have taken one of | the houses recently erected by ' M. Abbott on Highway 18 a milo of Blytheville. Dr" Atkinson iia.s established an office in the Lynr/h building. Mrs. O, C. Ganske was in Memphis Wednesday where she underwent treatment. She is recovering from a recent operation. Mrs. S. J. Cohen spent Thursday in Memphis. J. L. Terrell will go to Chicago next week where he is to undergo treatment at St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. J. E. Barham of Lewisville, Ark., is visiting her daughter. Mrs. J. ,J. Pickren, and Mr. Pickren. Mrs. Pickren. who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at Walls Hospital, is steadily recovering. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Blythe. are spending today in Osceola. Jim Day and Hugh Howard Crawford returned to their home? in Somerviile, Tenn.. today after | having spent this week with Billy Eldredge and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Baker L. Wilson. Richard Rose, who recently underwent an operation for an abscess on hus is improving. His parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Rose. went to Memphis last night for a briei visit with him. He is at Cainbf'll's Clinic. Mrs. Robert L. Stockett has returned from Memphis where she- was v.idi her father, W. Bartel WYM/. who recently underwent a majnr operation. He is improving. Mrs. M. C. Cooke and daughter. Miss Eva Cooke, of Luxora. are quests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Wuruleriich and family today. Mrs. S. B. Wilford is in Columbus. Ohio, where she is attending a general assembly of the Woman's Missionary Society of Christian Service. She accompanied several women from Jonesboro as a delegate from the Jonesboro district. Max Williams, of Little Rock, returned home yesterday after spending days here with Mrs. Williams, who is in the employment division of the administrative office of WPA. U. S. Branson has returned from Fort Worth, Texas, where he attended to business concerning the possibility of obtaining a housing project for Blytheville. | Mitchell Best, who recently passed his physical examination for service in the Army at Little Rock, is now stationed at Camp Crowder, Joplin, Mo.. Ray Aiken, son of O. H. Aiken, will leave Tuesday for Memphis where he will enlist in the Navy. From Memphis he expects to be .sent" to Nashville, Tenn., for final examin .orders. • First Lieut. Jack Segal and Mrs. Segal have arrived here to make I their home. UeMt. Segal, who has been stationed at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Ala., is to be assistant project officer at the new Army Advanced Flying Field as assistant to Col. L. S. Stranathan. A graduate of Pennsylvania University, he was an architect-engineer before he entered the Army. Both Lieut, and Mrs. Segal are from New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pope have rented the A, R. Wetenkamp residence at 100 North Tenth Street where they will make their home after June 1. Read Courier News want ads. Bill Morse, Gwendolyn Orr And Sylvia Reidman Lead High School List Bill Morse with 15 points headed the high school honor roll for the second six weeks' term with Gwendolyn Orr in second place With 14 1 .-: points and Sylvia Reidman in third place with 14 points. Others listed on the roll were: Eloise Hindman, 13; Margie Perry, 13; George Hubbard, 12 : K; Philip Reed 12 ',<•; Lloyd Blomeyer, 11',•:•; Mary Moore, II',-.; Lois Eich, 11 !4; Betsy Buchanan, 11; Nancy Hughes, 11; Maxine Reid, 10%; Shirley Barham, 10 Vi; Joe Saliba, 10 li; Billy Jontz, 1014; Mason Day, 10; Doris Muir, 10; ManJ F. Nunn, 10; Albert Saliba, 10. Gail Eich, 9 : 54, Billy Eldredge, 9^; Joe McClure, 9-^; Bette Adams, 9 1 /-; Mary Lynn Bean, 9V.; Jack Ghamblin, Donald Hickman, MIND YOUR MANNERS M. ftl*. w. •. Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the fol- 9 '{.• Sallie Math is. 9 '.4 ; Jean Baxter, 9; Virginia Needham, 9; Mary Jo Newcomb, 9; J. W. Roden, 9; La Nelle Smart, 9; Mary Ann Smith, 9; Pauline Roden, 8vi ; Jettye C. Huffman, SVi; Clarence Johnson. j; Edward McCormick, 8'^; Oswald Rainey. 8V-:; Mary K. Rose, 8Mr, Bill Stovall. 8Vi. E. L. Couch, 8; Prentis Holder, 8; Calvin Hollinsworth, 8; Betty Phillips, 8; Floy Ann Sample. 8; Mona (Nell Taylor, 8; Bu tonne Jaggers. 7 ft ; Herman C. Posey, 7 : & ; lowing questions, then checking; against the authoritative answers below: 1. Should a golfer wait for all L. K. Ashby, 7>.i; Ann Deen, Tli; Ruth Fulgham, 7'^; Maxine Harris, 7>-. Junior Shipp, 7',-. Alma Cain, 7; Ann Crook, 7; Marilynn Hindman. 7; Margaret members of the foursome ahead ofJNorman. 7; Beverly Thomas, 7; him to play their second strokes'jcay Thomas, 7: Tommy Little GVJ: before he drives off the tee? I Jeanne Moore. 6'i; Trine Rice 6'.(..; 2. If you are playing tennis on Emma J. Webster. G^; Barbara a public court with no rules posted Child. 6: Mary Gray, G; Harry saying how long you may play,'Haines, 6; Jackie McGhee, G; when should you stop playing if. Nancy McGill, 6; Louise Rainey, G; others are waiting for the court? 3. Is it important for a woman gclfer to obey club rule on not wearing heels that will dig up the turf, if there is no one around to stop her? Louise Rice. 6. Honorable mention went to the following students: Frances Anderson, Gregory Atkins, David Boone, Bmwne, Louise C Shirley Covington. Mary Frances 4. Should the spectators at a Cain, Rosemary Child, Lura^Davis, tennis match wait until the point P^° th £ " " ~ is won before applauding a beau- Billie Damon, Connie Denton, Patty Ann Green, tiful shot? 5. Should a golfer see that his shadow does not fall across the path of the player who is putting? What would you do if—You stop to look for a lost golf ball— (a) Signal the players behind you to go through? (b) Let the players behind you wait until you either find your ball or give up and stop looking? Answers 1. Yes. 2. When you have finished your set. 3. Yes. 4. Yes. So as not to distract the players. 5. "Yes. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(a). [Helma Johnsen. Martha Joiliff, lAutranell Lambert. Bryce Layson, Joe Linzenich, Imogene Moody, Beulah Mullins, Beulah Martin, Imogene Needham. Mary Reichel, Shirley Rodgers. Eavsdropping is against the law in Oklahoma. Jim Hal Elmer Stone, Elliott. Saliba, Smart, David Sylvester, Thompson. Kathryn Wahl, Charles Warren and Mary Wright. For the graduate! "Little" gifts, inexpensively priced—to give her a l>ill thrill! SLIPS Smooth fit Slips of Crepe and Satin, priced from— $1.29 to $2.50 PANTIES Dainty lace and ribbon trim. Priced— 50c to $1 PAJAMAS AND GOWNS In Silk, Crepe, Satin and Batiste. Complete showing of styles and shades. SI .50 to 5.95 PURSES Spring and "Summer • styles, selection of colors ami sizes. SI to S2.95 PHOENIX HOSE You know this famous brand! We have them in all the new shades. Priced from— $1 to $1.75 Graduation Gift Suggestions Saw Lumber at Record Pace PORTLAND, Ore. rtJP)—Lafce county's lumber production probably will be the largest in history this year. The 1942 cut is estimated at 150.000.000 feet, as compared to 130.000.000 feet in 1941. HAIR /••—To Relieve HHmTHlV^i FEMALE PAIN Women who suffer pain of Irregular periods with cranky nervousness- due to monthly functional disturbances— snould try Lyaia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such distress. Made especially for women. Follow label directions. WORTH ' SHIRTS- Both dress and sport -styles in Summer weight materials. $1.19 to $2.f>0 TIES- Summer Neckwear in patterns, stripes and designs that, will please him. $1.00 PAJAMAS- Cool, comfortable light weight Pajamas. Solid colors and patterns. $1.65 to |3.9f> PHOENIX SOCKS- Larpe Assortment Pr. 50c SLACK SUITS • A most complete stock in varied shades. Tailored for cool comfort, and in all .xi;;p,s. Long and .short sleeves. $3.95 to $7.95 * JIEDEL'S —"224 W. Main St.—

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