The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1944 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.);;COUHIER NEWS!. Coming Events THUUSbAY Octclle Club meeting wllh Mrs, Edivlii Robinson. Mrs. H. H. Houchhrs enterttiining Mid-Week Club. Mrs. G. o. Caudlll entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Miss Virginia Martin having Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. E. 13. ace entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club, |, FRIDAY '" Mrs. Norville Humphrey cnlcr- ttilntng G.N.B. Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. V. C. Colston. Mrs. Paii) Byrum entertaining C, B, C. Club. Miss Tucker Is Honoved At Two Parties Yesterday Miss Lyhclte Tucker, whose marriage lo Lieut. Cecil H. Branson will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon, 5:30 o'clock, ril First Baptist Church, yesterday was guest of honor at two niore in a series of parties which are being given for her. Octette Club members, who usually meet on Thursday for luncheon and bridge, were entertained yesterday afternoon by Airs. Jnmcs Hill Jr., and Mrs. Edwin Robinson at the Hill homo In special compliment to Miss Tucker. Another guest was the bride-elect's sister, Mrs. F. C. Halhorn Jr., of Hallicsburg, Miss. . . ' Tiny pastel pink chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece for the- luncheon lable, with Miss Tucker's place marked ivilli a 'gift corsage of matching pink carnations. Vases of bronze chrysanthemums decorated the living room where bridge was plnycd during the afternoon. High score prize went to Mrs. C. C. Lnngston and second high lo Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., and the hostesses presented Miss Tucker with - a book. She also was presented with a gift from the members of the club. Last night Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Afflick 'entertained wllh an informal cocktail party nl their home com- plinreriling Miss Tucker and Licu- Icniinl Branson, when Ihe 13 guests present included members of the bridal party and out-of-town guests here:'-for the wedding. The centerpiece ' for Ihe refreshment? table, :i silver howl of red rosebXids, was complemented with slencler red tapers held in silver candelabra. An assortment of party food \vasjerved. Trie entertaining -.rooms•. of the house were bright with vases of colorful^'Autumn chrysanthemums and roses. -.'•-• Out-of-town guests included Mrs F. C. Hnthonr.Jr., of llnttlcsburg, Miss.,-and Mrs.-Walter Heard of Marvell, Ark. * . • ''., • '. - MetriqrJists.Have. Reeling., .. Members of the Weman's Society of Christian Service pf Lake Street •Methodist Church met Monday al- : ternoon at the church for a business and study session. The devotional. "Different Kinds of Prayer", was in charge" of Mrs. 1 George Stilwell, whs closed her do- votional period with prayer. 11 Mrs. C. M. Baxter read the scripture, . followed by prayer' by Mrs W. L. Green. The lesson was taught by Mrs. O. J. -Rodgers, following which Mrs. Green presided over the brief bnsi- nessVsession when all members were urged to attend the nil day meeting next Monday at the church for observance of the Week of Prayer program. V • Mrs. A. L. Reagan dismissed the 13 members present, with prayer One visitor, Mrs. Lacey Gordon also was present. :. ' Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. W. L. Horncr played bridge with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Lloyd Slickmoa entertained the group at her home on West Walnut street. High score priz e for the afternoon was won by Mrs. Max B. lieid and second high by Mrs. c. M. Smart Son Is Born Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. K. I.. Young announce the birth of a son yesterday morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, their first child, has -been named Kenneth Lloyd Young Jr. tilts.- Young Is the former Miss Belly Jane Hipp. • • . • Club Eight Entertained AH members ot Club Eight attended the party given for the group last night by Mrs. R. B. Stout, who entertained at her horn. at 219 North First. Bridge was played in the living room, which was attractively decorated with roses and baby breath. High score prize went to Mrs J Graham Sudbury and second high to Mrs. H. G. Part low, and the hostess served refreshments of a sandwich plate with Iced drinks ' • • • Many Guests Arriving For Tucker-Branson Rites A large number of out-of-town guests will arrive today ami tomorrow to attend the wedding of Miss Lynette Tucker to Lieut. Cecil R. Branson, to be solcjiml/eri tomorrow afternoon, 5:30 o'clock, at the First Baptist Church. Arriving today w lli be Mrs. W. R. Harhgan of Dccatur, Ala., who wrll serve as bridesmaid in the wedding, Walter Heard of Marvell, Ark., an usher, Mrs. M. B. Cocke of Memphis, Mrs. E, C. Polk of Hattiesburg, Miss., and Mrs. E G Johnson of Maude, Miss. They will be joined tomorrow by Mrs. Jimmy Williams of Memphis •Miss Mart!-.?, Polk of Hattiesburg, Miss Ramelle Johnson and Eugene Johnson Jr., both 'of Maude . Mr and Mrs. John Uzzell ol Pecan Point, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Uzzell of Bassett, Mrs. W. L. Harrison and Miss Helen Uzzell, both of M»-n- pms, Mrs. c. S. Stevens an,j-Mr and Mrs. L. C. B. Young, all of Osceola. Mis. Walter Heard and daughter George Ann, of Marvell, and Mrs. F- C. -Hathorn Jr., of Hnttlcsbiirg, all have been here for the past week. Girl Scout News Troop Pour of the Girl Scouts entertained with a masquerade party last nieht at the Little Hous e between the hours of 7:30 a'nd 9 o'clock. • . A black and yellow color scheme was carried out in the decorations and a Halloween doll show was presented by Joan Trirachman 'and Gay Garrlgan. Later, gnmes, stunts and singing amused the girls before refreshments w'er c served:Mary Margaret Autcn's Patrol One was in-charge of refreshments,*Joan Trieschman's , and Gay Garrigan's Patrol Two furnished tire "entertainment, and 'chaperones ^were Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. C. W Gar- riuan. Mrs. Rvipert Crafton and -Miss Billle Sue, Burks. Bits of News Mostly Personal Donald Hlckmnn, apprentice seaman, who is attending Arkansas A. & M., at Monttccllo under the Navy program, has arrived to SIX-IK! his 10-day leave here wllh his mother, Mrs. E, B. Thomas nnd Mr. Thomas. Miss Cordelia Wllhlte ant! her sister, Miss Josephine Wllhlte who have been living at the Goff Hotel since they moved from their former home at 1128 West Wnlmil, have moved to the home which they recently purchased nt 1100 West Chlckasawba. . Mrs. J. D. Honeycutt left today for Tyler, Texas, to join her husband, Private Honeycutt, who Is Inking his basic there. She is the former Miss Jean Austin. The Rev: L. C. Ramsey and family, formerly of Dyersburi!, Tenn., have arrived here to make their home while the Rev. Mr. Ramsey serves as pastor of the local Assembly ol God church. Ross Dillon Hughes, a student nt Texas University, Austin, Is spending several days here with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. R, D. Hughes. : Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon returned yesterday froin Memphis where she spent a week with relatives and with Mrs. J. E. Patterson. Mrs. W. n. Hartlgan of Decatur Ala.,,is expected to arrive tonight for a brief visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Affllck. She Is coining especially to serve as bridesmaid In the wedding of Miss Lynetlc Tucker lo Lieut. Cecil R, Branson VMr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston have as their guests Mr. and Mrs, G. M. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs James c. Weeks; all of. BirmliiK-' ham, Ala. . Walter Heard of Mnrvcll Ark will arrive tonight to Join Mrs' Heard and their Infant daughter, George Ann, who have been the houscguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uzzclt Branson and family for the past week. Mrs. J. p. Livingston' and her houseguests, Mrs', G. M. Patterson and Mrs. James C. Weeks of Birmingham, Ala., spent yesterday in Memphis. :- Mrs. F. E. Warren and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and -son, 'Charles Henderson, spent yesterday in Mcm- 'phis. J -, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash are in Rochester, Minn., where they are undergoing examinations at Mayo Clinic. • .. Mrs. c. H/Wylie is in Arkadcl- phia, Ark., where , she is visltinj; relatives. ! Doyle Henderson is'Spending several days'in-New 'Orleans;'where he is-attending to business. . v .'.' . Miss Mary Helen Moore and her roommate, Miss Joan Dorris of Omahn, Neb., student* nt University of Arkansas nt Fnyettevllle; will arrive tomorrow night for\n weekend visit with Miss .Moore's parents, Dr, nnd Mrs. L. H. Moore; They mo coming especially to attend U'c Arkansns-Ole MJss football game to be played Saturday afternoon In Memphis, Mr.s. O. Shonyo nnd Mrs. \V. H. Slovall spent today In Memphis.' At The Hospital^ >|.'Y Walls Hospital \ *'\l Admitted: | ;,,.v. '• Mrs. Grade Adams, DcUxK-'; Cecil AshabramieV, lit. 3, ctiy. • Mrs. n. A. McCnnu, Manila, Carj Lcdbeltcr Jr., Rt. 1, clli Mrs. Clifford Jackson, SEcctfc .MO. Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. -Cecil Fowler, city, n son this morning. ' Dismissed: Mrs. C. E. Flecmnn, Manila. Virgil ivy, Holland, Mo. M'M u , T ' Sllimc ". Hollnndr'Mo. Nnlhaiilcl Austin, city. IllythevUlo llosullal Admllted: ...,"'. Mrs. M. C. Lncefleld, cnrjilncrs- Mrs. J. T. Halcom, clly Shirley Moore, Lcnclivllle Mozettn McBride, clly. Roy Davis, clly. Memphis Haptlsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. It. E. Springer, city. Raymond Slanftcl,) jr., Luxorn. Memphis Mulhcxllsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. E. W. Hughes, Osceola. World Community Day '' Will Be Observed Here The United: Council of Church Women will sponsor' the observance of World Community Day at a special service to be held at 3 o'clock on Ihe afternoon of Fiirtny Nov 3, at First Presbyterian Church ll was announced todny by Mrs. Jnmcs Hill Jr., president of tho' orgnnl- K'alloH. Tills 'rtay Is lo unobserved by 10 million church women over i.thc^itlrc world. . -Theme of (he service Is "The I'rlce of Enduring I'cnco", nnd the ''"'• Htvn-cy T. Kldd, pastor or (he first I'resbytcrlnn,Church, wll| be speaker [or Ihe nftcrnoon, Special music, also has been arranged for Ihe service. All women ol whatever [allh nrc invited to atlcnd, Mr.s. Hill staled. ^Oklahoma Evangelist Conducts Revival Here A revival now Is In promeM nt Flrsl Dnptlst Church, with Dr. n. 13. Nnylor, pnslor of the I^lrst Baptist Church' In Enid, Okln., serving as -evangelist, nnd aene Sprarmnn, 'director, of music and edwntlc.iv nt (he Cnlvary llniitlst C'Kirch In Alexandria, i,n., tn Charge-of Ihe music. . Services ar e l>eld each morning at 1 o clock,! and'each night «l 1:30 P clock, while the Junior Choir meets each, afternoon Immediately oiler school, Prnyer groups mecl at the church nightly nt 7 o'clock and u s|rcc,lal progrnin Is broiulcast each nftcrnoon' from 3 to '.I'30 o'clock over KLCN. -The public Is Invited to ntlend all these services, according lo (he nev. E. C. Brown, pastor of Ihe church. FIGHT MISERY whare you feel it-rub throat, chest.and w-.w backwilhtlnie-itested W VAPORu* VJCKS •w VAPORU* Pie Supper Promised Land School Thurs. Get 26 Poppy & His Family < Will Entertain f '.': &'., c Given By •Boy Scouts - ! Osccoia News Mr. and Mrs. Tal Toiigale will move Nov. l lo tho Quy Driver homo west of Osccoln ,,i»id their hoin c will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebamu ami daughter, who now live living In Wilson. Jim liunti, grand high prlesl of lioyal Arch Masons In Arkansus, accompanied by U'ahmond Wll- llmns, district deputy grand high prlesl, jnke Thrailkill, grand master ol tho first veil, and a degree U'nin from Osceola visited tliu olmplor In I'mnKMild Wedureday and conferred chanter degree. 1 ; on si'verul ctiiulldati'S (here. Miss "Emily- Sue Sllvcrblutl. diitighlcr of Mr, and .Mrs. Dave PAGE'IOTT; HEALTH QUIZ The Fcllowcrnft nogrcc at Masonry will be conferred Thursday night. V:30 o'clock, ill dip hull. All Masons arc Invited to attend, It wns announced today by Ucwcy Gentry, worshipful' master. QQ Do iron (eel tudichy ifUr mint? Q Q Di you |tt sour «j tpsit 0«yoiif*sltlf»d-ll$Uij$? I'o you feel lienilncliy and upjict iluo lo poorlv (llnoaioil tooil? Tu fed chwrlnl inul Imiipy URidn your lood must Ijo illBOsIM |iroi)crly,' Knch dity, Nsturu must proituco olioiil two p lib ol « vllnl illmtlvo lidco lo liclp illKotit-yaiir. fuoil. II Nuturo lolls your lood may remain iuull«mlcd— U'livliig yoA lieathdiy nnd Irjllnblc. i I'V™'! 1 ,™' >'" u " l " st liicroiao tho flow ol Ililn illi;«llvo Julco. Curler's l.lnlu Liver 1MU Inrrcusii Ilila |]Q>V qulrtly — ollm In M liulo na UO nitnulca Ami you ru on llio roud to (rellni; boiler. i lion 't di'in'iid on nrtlllrliil nldj (o .ounlcriict ImllnMtlon—when Cnrlor'i Llttlo Llvw Tills old digestion nlicr Nn. uron own order. Tnko Curtci-'o I.lLllo Liver I'illn M illtc-ctril. (!rt (hoin at nnv SllverWntl, was selccled by'lhcbind master at Uiilverfilly o( Tennessee lo servo ns uiajorclte this yeai. Miss SUberblaU, who Ls a topho- inoi'o nl the University, along with the other five luajoretles, took hci Place at (he licnd of the Unlvcisl- lys band , wlieii It nwdo Its Initial »l>penrane 0 of the senson , 10 (lays Mrs. W. H, Clllberl of Hackcnsack, N. J., Is siieiidlng several weeks ' here with her dauijlilcr, Mrs. Ji i\ Hunts and Mr. limiiH, and In Wilson with her sou, Charles ailberl uiKl fanilly. MI'S, ailberl also will visit In Mmlniuia with col, and in/ Contianou Show* Ewry Day Boi Office Opens l:4» v Show SUrtu 2:00 U8TKN TO HUNS l.u „.„ p.m Thursday mid Fddny Promised Land Scouts Will Hold Pie Supper Boy Scouts of the Promised Land .Troop will sponsor a pie supper to be given tomorrow night at the Promised Land School, It was announced today by A. c. Duclos scoutmaster for the troop. Music for the affair will be furnished by "Pappy's Family", and proceeds from th e supper will be used for the 'troop activities. 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