The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1944 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 24, 1944
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ULYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COU1UER NEWS i Coming Events WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge .club meeting with Mrs. G. C, Langston. Mrs. .J..E. StivWisbril.Jr. enler- tolnlrig'A'D'.C. Chrt>. : •'•-; -, Chapter "b" of the P.E.O. meeting with Mrs. Hey Worthlngton. Mr?'.' W, D. Ctiambllh entertaining Wednesday Bridge. Club, THURSDAY "Odelle. Club , nieftlng with Mm, Edwin Robinson. Mrs, H. H. Hoiichins entertaining Mid-Week Club..:^ • ' , NfeJ.Q. G," C'audill entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Miss Virginia Mnrtln having Thursday -Night Bridge Club. i'j.^E, B. pee enteitfilning Thurs- ieoii' CliibV,;": FRIDAY ^frs. Norvlile' Humphrey entertaining G.N.B. Club. , Initial Clilb meeting, with Mrs. , W.C. Colston.. ' Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. B, C. Club. ' . - •••..•'.. ' Mrs. McHaney'Honoied At Party Saturday Night , CoiUliniirig : the '. series of parlies which have been given for Mis. John C. CvicHaney HI, following her recent'< marriage to iTech; Sergeant McHaney. was a drop-in dessert given Saturday'night, by Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft and Mrs. Frce- man Robinson at tile Ashcraft home on West Walnut Street. The thirty guests were Invited to call .between 'Iho hours of 7:30 and 9:30 : o'clock In the evening. Pink rosebuds'111 a silver bowl, flanked V'th'/slender white tapers In silver candle holders, formed the centerpiece'for the refresh- mnt liible where a dessert course was served!-'Other vases of roses were arrange/! throughout the entertaining rooms of the house. Mrs. McHancy was presented with a gift from her. hostesses. * • ' *' Mrs. Cole Complimented At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Otis Cole, who was Miss Dorothy Pruitt before her .recent marriage, was guest of honor when Mrs. Smith Brackln, Mrs. Tnlmagc Thorne and (Mrs. Cecil Priest entertained last night at the Brack' in home. The affair, a surprise party and miscellaneous shower, was attended by 40 guests. A black and yellow color scheme in keeping with the Halloween,'sen- son was carried' out' in 'the; decora-. tions. of the house. Garlics' and contests weie pla\etl with prizes won by Mrs. Virginia Davis, Oils CoU sty Mrs Dovle McKnj The gilts wcie presented to Mrs" 1 Cole in a huge basket .covered wltli bhck and orange ciepe piper top- red vith a black cat The hostesses ' served a salad course. More Parlies Are-Planned 1'or Miss Tucker, Fiance Several additional events have been unnounced honcrinr Miss I-ynette Tucker, whose marriage to Lieut. Cecil R, Branson will be solemnized Thursday afternoon. 5:30 o'clock, , at First Baptist Church. Mrs. Jnme,s Hill Jr., was hostess 10 the Octette club;•of which the bride-elect's mother, Mrs, C. P. Tucker, is a memuej'.i nils morning at litTijhome; .when special guests i>iclude<) : Miss Tucker and her sister, Mrs. 3. C. Hathomc Jr., of Haltlcsburg, Miss. Tonight Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Af- flltk will entertain with a cocktail party at their home at 1000 Holly Street complimenting her slslcr and Lieutenant Branson, when guests will include members of the wedding party and but-6f-lown guests. . .. • . . Tomorrow morning Miss Tucker will he guest of honor., when Mrs b. G. Caudlll Jr.," will enlcilaln with H breakfast at Hotel Noble, and tomorrow, nlglil. Mr. and Mrs.' U.: S. Branson, parents of the bridegroom-elect, will be hosts for the rehearsal supper rit the hotel. The final event before the wedding will be a bridal luncheon to be given Thursday noon nl the hotel by Mrs. w.' R. Hartlgan of Decalur, Ala., aiid Mrs, Richard Bland Logan Jr., who will serve' as bridesmaid In the wedding that afternoon. Mrs. H. W.'Wylle was hostess to 12 guesis Friday afternoon when she entertained with a bridge party and handkerchief shower for Miss Tucker, .for the first of the prc- niiptfal parties. « * • Mrs. Boydston Marries At Home Service Saturday The marriage of Mrs. Willie Boydston to n. C. Tedder was solemnized Saturday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the home of the bride n't 323 North Second Street. Full, flowers were ,used to decorate the home for the' inforiiial ceremony, .which was performed br the Rev. Bates Sturdy, {pastor' o'f Lake Street Methodist church; In the presence of a small group of relatives an:! friends. Mr. and Mrs. • Tedder will make their, home at the North Second Street, address. " * * * r Son fs Born Saturday Mr. nnrl MIB..M. L. Hart of Number Nine arc the parents of a son born • Saturday morning nt Walls Hospital. The'child lias bcciVnnm- ,ed Tommy Edwin. The Harts have n daughter; iMar- tliaJLee, who Is five. : '.•.' ,Dplh.f Mr. mid Mrs. Hbt'''are teachers in the Number Nine school.' where Air. Hart serves as prlnci- lial' and Mrs. Hart as 'primary teacher. :. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, s sroperly designed, are rernembered always. Our flowers are always fresh and all work Is guaranteed to please. Letoiir expert ieslgners help you with your floral needs i &FLOWERSHOP , F - TD - Serrtee We DuUver Anywhere Mrs. J. M. (Mao) WHUams, owner Glencoe Blflr. All-Day Meeting Is Held An all-day home mission study course on the topic, "So Many I'co- PlC', was held yesl"rday by members of, the Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church under the leadership of Mrs. Jesse M. White. Assisting Mrs. while In the presentation of her study course were Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs.. Waller my and Mrs. Joe Beaslcy, logetliur with Mrs. a. w. Dlllnbunly, who gnva the devotional as well as Ihe closing chapter in the study course. A special offcrim; was taken for home mission work at the close of the meeting. Twenty-six members attended the all-day meeting, vilh luncheon served buffet stylo at Ihe noon hour. • i » Meet For Study Course Mrs. .L.' E. Baker was In charge of Ihe study course yesterday nf- ICTIIOQII when members of the Woman's Society 'of Christian Service of • First Methodlf.t Church met at the church. The lo'plc for sluclv was the book, "Chrlf.llnnlty ami the Social Order," by Temple, and Mrs. Baker was assisted in presenting the study by. Mrs. R. B. Stout. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. S. 13. Wllford, • » * Isabella Forbus Weds Pfc. Maurice Reardon Atmouncemenl has been made of the marriage .on May 31, of Ffc. Isabel|e Forbus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Forbus of Tyler, Mo., to Pfc. Maurice p. Reardon of Camp Clalboufne, La. The marriage was solemnized at (he Catholic Church in Rossvillc, Cia. .The bride, a member of the WAC since March, 1043, was stationed at Fort Oglctlioriie at Ihc lime of her marriage, but since has been transferred to Colorado Springs Colo. • A graduate of • Cooler Hlgli School, she formerly was employed in Copter. Private Reardon, who Is the son of. ; -Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reardon of/New York, N. Y.Vwas graduated .'from high school'hi Danvers, Mass., and was "employed-by'the Barnes Leather. Company-in Sal- emn,-Mass., prior to entering the service. -• > ; V. ^,, > Only attendants at .the -wedding' were Pvt. Elizabeth Ward-'and Pv't.- Eddie Roberts, both of Port Oglc- thorpc. • ». • ' •'. ,;•/ Miss Anders Is Bride Of Sergt. IVIaxic Skinner The marriage of Miss Maggie Anders, .daughter., of'.'Mr. an ( | Mrs. Frank' Arjdersi of Louisville, Miss., lo, Sergl. Maxie-p. S'k'hmer, son of Mri": and Mrs. J." J. Skinner of A»'gits- : tn, Gn., was solemnized Oct. 4, at tile hom e of the Rev.'Batcs Sturdy, pastor of'the I. : nkc Street Methodist church, who performed the ceremony. > _,'.-. .. Following' the''wedding, Sergeant and Mrs. Skinner spent two weeks in Georgia as (juesls of his parents,-' before Mrs. SkSnoer returned to Blylhcville to : . make her home for the present, while Sergeant Skin- her is stationed at San Bernardino Calif. . ' . . ' * -•'-•' Circle Meetings Held Circle, meetings were,held yesterday by rhembers of the Women's Missionary Union of .'First Baptist REVIVAL EIGHTH and WALNUT Time of Services — 10 A. M. — 7:30 P. M. Junior Choir Each Afternoon at 4 o'Clock Great Gospel Preaching - Soul Stirring Music EVAX'OET.IST SINGF.K Dr/R. E Naylor k _P«slor_Fin,t Baptist Church, ' " •* •' Enid, Okla Gene Spearman Director ot M US | C and Education, Calvary Baptist Church, Alexandria, Louisiana. ,,.• . The Church in a World at War Calls America Back to God. Jou Are hwited to Attend All of the Services Church who met In homes of various members, Mrs. R. E, Von Hooslcr entertained eight members of Circle One, when the devotional, taken from. Psalms mis presented by Mrs. E. C, Brown Mrs. C. M. Smart taught the lesson, nnd closing prayers were offered by Mrs. Brown i:nd Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Circle Two met with Mrs. Russell Wert with eight members present. Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb led In prayer and Mrs. E. p. Blomeycr taught the Diblc study course. Twelve members of circle Three met with Mrs. W. W. WaUon, with two visitors, Mrs. V/. W. Kyznr of Columbia, Miss., and Mrs. R. L Recdcr, present. The devotional] t'iveji by Mrs. E. E. Stevens, was on the topic of "Winning the Lost to Christ." Mrs. Stevens wn.s assisted in presentiiij; the devotional by Mrs W. P. Copcland, Mrs. II. I], Brooks] Mrs. Reeder nn«] Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Mrs. Recdcr led In prayer niirt Mrs. Brooks tiuiyht Ihc lesson before the closing prayer was given by Mrs. Stevens. . Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess to 11 members of Circle Four, when Mrs. C. E. Johnson gave the devotional from Die 1911s Psalm, Prayers were offered by Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. J. Adnms, and Mrs. Robert Grimes taught the lesson. Circle Five met with Mrs. R. W Woolen with 15 present.' Mrs. Woolen gave the devotional and Mrs Ebb Carson led in prayer. Mrs Walter Bishop taught the lesson, and the meeting closed with sentence prayers. A social hour followed each program meeting, with refreshments served by each of the hostesses Berry of 1'rcntlss, Miss, i Mrs. W. W. Kyznr returned today to her home In Columbus. Miss., after a visit here ns the guest of Or. and Mrs. c. E. Wilson. iMis.s Marguerite Dolc-n spent the ttTi'kond I" Memphis. IM. Charles w. McDanlel returned ibis morning to Camp Reynolds, Tcxiis, after spending a IS-day furlough here with his wife and their two SOUK, Charles and Bobby. Among the Blylhevlll e people In Memphis Saturday for the Tulsa- Oi P Miss football game were Mr. and Mrs. Arvll Green, Miss Ruth Llndsey, Frank Nicholson, George Green, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford. , • Mrs. Clayton Green aiijj daughters, Irby Sue and Anna May. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards are spending (ho week In Hcber Springs. Mrs. J. A. Leech is spending several tt'c't-ks at Battle Creek Sanltor- lum, Battle Creek, Mich. j Miss Junnltn Anderson has returned to her home here after spending two weeks with friends In llattlesburg, Miss., and New Orleans, La. Mrs. .). T. Ashly Sr., Is confined lo her home at 322 East Kentucky because of illness Temperatures Atlanta Birmiinjham Clmrlfston . Charlotte . . Chnttanooen j Chlenfo . .. j Cincinnati . 1 Denver . Detroit . ... Jacksonville Bits of News , Mostly Personal Mrs. Brownie Storey spent (ho. vveckciirj in Memphis. Mr. nml Mrs. Kendall Berry ana family liad as their overnight iniest Sunday, night, j)l s brother p y? BINGO American Legion Hut Thurs., Ocf. 26 ; s p. -M.V ~ Admission Sponsored by Mississippi County Home Demonstration Clubs High Id ....... TO .,7t> , SB . C5 . 72 71 08 74 02 72 Low 49 4K 38 35 40 31 47 54 41 54 49 ROXY M»tluKi Bit. A Son. Only Opens each night 8:45; lUrti ', Optnt SnnrJay 1:00; gteri* 1:11 Cenllfinoni Bhow« Bat, in I Smo. !/l«rpilB Nlrht ETtrjr Nltht Exo 8»turdmy. Ni tune* honored on 3uft; Tuesday & Weanesday nciw, Selected Slmrf Subjects WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP--* CUICAOO HEARS vs. CARDS- riTTS. Yes- CHILDREN'S SHOES Brown Calf Moccasin Oxfords— Size 12-3 4.50 Plastic Soles— 1'ATKNT STRAP DKKSS SLin'ERS—Sizes 12 to :{ TKKN AGI5 OXFORDS Scout 1'atlcrn—Sizes \Zy, t o 3-. I5HOWN KLK ORTHOPEDIC Leather Sole—Size ]2"/ 2 ( 0 ;j 4.50 4.50 HROWN KLK BLUCHKR SHOK M A r Shark Tip "Vilalily-'-SiM J2W tn .1 4.85 NOTICE We will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday October 30th and 31st. Open as usual Wednesday, Nov. 1st, OQ/ Kansas City 18 Macon 71 Tallahassee 73 Memphis 75 Miami 79 Montgomery is New Orleans 19 New York C2 San Antonio 80 Savannah 72 Tampa 82 Washington 60 Dallas si Houston (ji Jackson 83 Little Rock 78 Shreveport 1) At The Hospitals Walls llosr.ilal Earllnc Sullivan, city. Mrs. Louie McMlnn, Dives, Mo. Beautiful New GIFTS For Weddings, Anniversaries and •All Occasions. New Holiday Mer- clKindlsc Now Here. The Gift Shop : Modem & Antique Gifts MOSSBRYAN Mrs. Kenneth Young, n(. 3, city. .Mrs. ,<7pJ)r^ Hicks, Jjtirdcttc. Dismissed: -.'. ,.' ' Mrs/Henry Wagner and Iwby, Oltieon, Mo. Hlylhcvllle Hospital Loralnc Powell, Luxora. Uonnle Jean Bolllnger, Manila Fanner Jackson, Roseland Mrs. Dunvood Whltfielcl and baby, Steele, Mo. Miss Ann Deen, city. TUESDAY, OCTQJMjK, 2'1, Mother's Friend helps bring'ease and comfort fo expectant mothers. exquisitely prepared emollient la useful In all condl- . tions where a bland, mild anodyne mus- mge medium In sfcln lubrication Is de- "Ircd. One condition In whlcb women or more tntm 70 years h^ve used It Is an ton for massaging the body dut- ;~°J,,£*,.• • • '* hc 'PS ItecP the skin ana Iillablc.. .thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to dryne&s and slln A?'i,t I(/ , rerresh «s and tones the *i.» tut i •? 'nnssago application for iinn. Sf ii *"i? Itn| 5 or burning sensa- SffW^i^ffito'Z&KS Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use Mother's Friend! Hiijlily praised by users, many iloclorn nnd uurHc.4. Just ask any tirujjyist for MolVcr'f I—(tic sktn lubricant. Try ;t "loriij:]f Continuous Show* Ewry D»y Box Office Opens l:4s dhow Staris Z:ot> 1J81EN TO M^ lf.U Tuesday Only Days of Glory with Gregory-1'eck-Tannianpi-a Selected Short Subject Wednesday Thursday and Friday ._. Varamounl News and Selected Short 'Subjects YOUR GIFTS • Choose'your Chiislmas Gifts now'on Oar convenient Lay-Away Planl Make' your selections unhurriedly from) filocks lhat aro at their glorious pcolts! j It's Ihe one sure way to have )li« "just-! , (^ righl" gift for everyone on* "your ChrJst-j ; , mas list! f - . ,6-dfomond -UritJal Duo of i pa r.k ling beauty.-"Both ' ting i.'.'. '5-diomofid En- ( a g e m c nt Ring,. Streom- lined deiign. Enchonlin In modern motif h ihh B- diamond^Bridat Duo. Both --. D/c«er» Set.-\ Bcoulih;IIy malchcd *' pieces tf\ luicuriousty \ lined boudoir chest, y-^ : lip 111!! v lopel wolch for ladies, 10K t rolled gold plated case. Mod-/ c^n Jink design,..' ~'.' 39.75 2-diaraond BitHulonc Ri ng . • for ladiei. A truly lupeib crc . / . olionl Chorco of birlhitonn.' ' 12.50 Just Received! CIGARETTE LIGHTERS American Made Wheel-type Lighters 2.50 Match King Lighters 2.50 These In Distinctive Metal Case. Man's Ruby King in distinctive design. Compare tliis value. 17.50 RRICK'S JEWELRY STORE

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free