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'PAGE T\VO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1942 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. William LamSert entertaining Triple IfeWe Club. Mrs. Theodore Logan enlertatn- ihit Double Four Bridge Glub. Catholic Young People's Club '.neeiing 8 o'clock, at Catholic Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' Executive Board, "Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining 'COP-QUO.' Bridge Club. . . Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. B. C. Club. Honors Jr; High Teachers Mrs., S. K." Gurrett entertained 12 guests last night at her-home for a bridge party complimenting members of the Junior High School For her color scheme. Mrs. Gar- rctt used rec, white and blue. This patriotic theme was emphasized in her bouquets of red roses, daisies, larkspur and cornflowers and in her tallies and score pads. Miss Mary Hubler received high .score prixe, Mrs. Lnnier Reed, sec- end high and Mrs. Frank Kimmell, iJiird high prize in the games. Alter the card games .had been finished, the hostess cream and cake. served ice Miss Mathis Has Supper Miss Sallie Mathis, a member of this year's graduating class of the city high school, had a party la<rt nighl for members of the J. U. G. Club and their dates. The club composed of six girls has met throughout their high school years. A two course supper was served the 12 couples. Red rose buds decorated each .of the small tables/ Places were marked by hand- mad? doll-like graduates in their caps and gowns and holding dip- lomas which concealed the fortunes of the guests. * * * Entertain .With Dinner Mrs. Sam Florman and her daughter, Miss Roberta Florman, entertained with a dinner party last night at their home for her son, Lloyd Florman, and his friends from University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Red, white and blue tapers lighted the dinner table which wa.s centered with a white cake ornamented with ""Alabama" in red letters. Alabama was also spelled out in a candy arrangement on the table where red and while roses completed the scheme. The 10 guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jarnei: Roberts, of Tuscaloosa. Mr. Roberts' cousin, Maurice Nowles of Camp Jafl'e.. and other Alabama students who are home on vacation. Following the throe course dinner, the group danced' and made pictures. » * » ALL CLUB MEMBERS ATTEND BRIDGE PARTY All members of the Tuesday Club attended the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon at her home. Refreshments were served 4 after the games. Mrs. Joe G. Trlesch- mann was high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, second high scorer. * * » MRS. ANDERSON IS CHATTERBOX HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Anderson was hostess for the party oi the Chatterbox Club yesterday afternoon at her home. In addition to the club members, she had as her guests, Mrs. H. E. LnShot, Miss Lois' Ellis and Mrs. C. B. Kettinger. •Senior Queen Miss Lunelle Smart will be crowned quft'ii of the s'ovuor class at the annual class night program tonight at the high school auditorium. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Announce Marriage Miss Muxine Dooley, of Caruthersville, became the bride 'of Lloyd Barnett, of Cooler, in a ceremony performed at the home of Justice of the Peace T. L. Cassidy of Blytheville Sunday nigh't, May 17, according to an announcement made Sunday. Their only attendant was W. D. Burns of Cooter. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dooley of Caruthersville but formerly of C* • C* T Carutnersviue nui lurmeny 01 LoronatiOn Ceremony 10- | cooler wller e she attended school. night.; McClurkin Will 1 Award Medals Bite of News Mertly Personal Miss Lsmelle Smart, daughter of Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr. : will be crowned queen of this year's graduating group at the annual class night program tonight at 8:30 o'clock at the high school auditorium. Her coronation will follow the presentation of medals, memorial and a pagent. Medal winners will be announced, by Dr. W. D. McClurkin, superintendent of schools, in the opening division of the program. Clarence Jo:mson, class treasurer, will present the class' memorial to the school which is expected to be defense bonds made to the class of 1952. Money for the memorial has been raised by a community stunt night, class plays and other senior projects. is the son of and the late oleman Barnett of Cooter. He attended Cooter high school but [or the past two years he has been Committees Named For Ceremony At Caruthersville; Parade Planned CARUTHERSVILl/E, Mo., May 27.—Preliminary plans for dedication of the new Armory Hall were laid at a meeting of representatives from various civic and community clubs and groups at the city hall Monday night. Clyde Harper, president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, was named general chairman, and departmental chairmen and committeess were named as follows: Speaker—George K. Reeves, Roscoe M. Pierce; Elmer Peal. Dell Society—Personal 1 Johnson. Publicity and advertising—Buddy Crawford, chairman; Clyde Har- Close'windows—• use Bee Brand Insect. Spray — lots of it. 15 minutes later — sweep up flics. Kills roaches, moths, ants,.bed, bugs, mosquitoes, too! III Miss Ellis received high, Mrs; LaShot low and Mrs. Robert Weid- inan, bunco award. The hostess served a salad course with iced drinks. * * * MISS LAYSON IS BRIDGE t'L'UB GUEST Miss Mary Eunice Layson was a guest of Miss .Frances Little hist night when she entertained members ol the Double G Bridge Club for a party at her home. Sandwiches and iced -drinks wer$ served during the games. Miss Little was high and Miss Margaret Shaver, second high scorer. * * * FOUR GUESTS PLAY WITH BUNCO GROUP. Four guests played bunco with nembers of the Three Quads Club Monday night at the homo of Mrs. E. Henderson. They were Mrs. oe Lynn Hamby, Mrs. W. B. Nally, Mrs. Ossie Burton and Mrs. uemmie Burton. High score prize went to, Mrs. Turner Kissel!, low- score to Mrs. Bud" Henley, bunco to Mrs. Matinees Every Day Ex- Saturday and- Sunday. Show Every Night 7:00 : Box .Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sim. LISTEN TO KLCN 9:Cn a.m. . 12:45 p.m. _ 4:30 p.m .Last Times Today ICRET AGENT OF JAPAN with LYNN BARI & PRESTON FOSTER Also Selected Shorts. Thursday & Friday 'One of Htilywwd's fat! 1 —critics agree { MICHELE MORGAN Mrs. Ben T. Mays has returned from Con way where she attended graduation exercises of her daugh- Miss Marjorie- Mays, at Central Junior College. Miss Carmen Lewis has returned from a two weeks' visit in Denver, Colo. Cut of town people here for the funeral of Charles A. Wood yesterday were: Mrs. Andrew Anderson, Mrs. O. P. Rainey mid Mr. and Mrs, Marion Kruse- of Dexter, Mo.., Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Wllkcrson of Kennctt, Mo., and R E. Wood of Milan. Term. Mrs. O. O. Klkins. Mrs. C. J. Little and Mrs. Ross Moore went to Oxford, Miss., yesterday for the latter's son, Charles Moore, who was a student at the University. He will spend his Summer vacation here with his parents. Mrs. T. L. Hale has gone to Memphis to spend a week with a daughter. Miss Bobbie Hobday. Miss June Workman, who has been attending Arkansas State College, Jouesboro, has returned home for the Summer holidays. She will visit her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. George Workman. employed at Jerry Holly's service i Parade—Bob Mehrle, parade station. j marshal; Wyman Dillman, Dan L. They will make their home with the bridegroom's mother for the present. * * * Reveal Wedding Of interest at Steele is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Aclele Frakes, of the Gibson community, to Gervis Capps, of Steele, which occurred at Blytheville Nov. 2, 1941. Justice of the Peace T. L. Cassidy read the rites. The marriage has been kept a secret until after the graduation exercises as the bride was a member of the high school graduating class. Mrs. Capps is the daughter of W. M. U. Meets. The Woman's Missionary Union met in the home of Mrs. L. O. Wilson for a social meeting Monday afternoon. Ten members and three visitors, Mrs. W. M. Simmons, Mrs. Boils and Mrs. Ray Morgan, attended. The meeting opened with group singing. Mrs. Stevens offered prayer. A letter was read by Mrs. Lewis .from the Rev. Mr. Caldwell, County Missionary, in regard to available preachers. The devotional was led by Mrs. M. R. Griifin. Others on the program and their subjects were: "Unofficial Service," Mrs. M. W. Lewis; "Patriots of the Kingdom." Mrs. Sigman; poem, "Be Strong," Mrs. C. H. Downs. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Allen Hardin. Mrs. C. H. Downs led the group in games. The hostess served a sandwich plate and iced drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams, of Armorel, left Sunday for the western part of Texas where they will visit Mrs. Johnson's brother. Louis Freeman. Before they return home they will spend some lime itv Monterey, Mexico. They expect to be away 10 days. James Lewis Tompson of Jonos- boro has arrived to .spend the .summer with liLs uncle, Walter Lewis, and Mrs. Lewis. "The Gift Supreme" is the title [Mr. and Mrs. Ollle P. Frakes. Mr. of the pageant. David Boone/ class president, and Joe McClure ire to be the principal characters taking the roles of a man and his grandson. All members of the senior class will be introduced at this time. Miss . Smart, who was chosen class queen by the senior boys, has selected for her maids, Miss Ann Crook, Miss Margie Perry, Miss Jean Baxter, Miss Billie Jean Abbott, Miss Maxine Reid and Miss Sallie Mathis. Peggy O'Neal will be the flower girl, Jane Annis Nicol and Sara Child, the train bearers and George Hamilton Jr., the crown bearer. Escorts of thn maids will be* Bobby McHaney, Joe Evrard, Warren Clark, Max Harrison, Bobby Peterson and George Hubbard. Miss Jane Castlio is to be pianist. Sponsors of the senior class are Mis Elixubeth McHenry and Miss Luna B. Wilhelm. To Hold Clinic Friday For Pre-School Children George Abbott and consolation to Mrs. Don Edwards. Following the games, the hostess served sandwiches and iced drinks. Entertain Soldiers 'The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club entertained eight of the soldiers stationed here with a fried chicken dinner Frida'y night at the Dogwood club. After dinner, dancing was enjoyed. A large group took part In the old fashioned, square danc<: Only 100 eggs a year arc laic by the average hen in the«?Unitec' States. Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin nd daughter, Miss Virginia Martin. eturned last night from Hot Springs where they had been at- ending a state ginners' convention. Mrs. A. G. Shaw Jr., of San r rancisco and Seattle, has arrived for an indefinite visit with her parents. Mr. Dodson. She Seattle after and Mrs. Cooksey came here from Ensign Shaw had RKO RADIO Picture Piodcced by David H«Bptt«id Directed by Rpb«t Strrtaioa Paramount News & Comedy OXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Oiicns a:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Phone 42 Box Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p.m. Admission Always.- llc-23c Tax Inc received another transfer. Mrs. A. R. Beckes of Wasco, Calif., came yesterday for a visit with her brother, M. T. Moon, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tansil and their grandson. Johnny Ply. of West Memphis, spent Sunday here with Mrs. Tansil's sister. Mrs. O. Ganske, \ and family. Bernard Goocli will leave tomorrow for Salina. Kans., where he is to be employed on a defense project. Miss Carolyn Haley has gone to J.-mesboro to complete five weeks' work on her A.B. degree. She received her degree in the recent raduation exercises at Arkansas State College. Hermon Carlton, L. E. Old and Carl Ganske left today for Little Rock to undergo physical examinations prior to entering Officers' Training School. Jack Finley Robinson went yesterday for the same purpose. A clinic for pre-sch'ool children will be conducted Friday at Mississippi County Health Office under the sponsorship . of the Lange School Parent Teacher Association, according tq. announcement made tcclny by Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president. The clinic or "Summer roundup" is planned for children who will enter the first grade at Lange .school next year and is designed to help mothers''in securing birth certificates for the children and to provide for vaccinations. All mothers who will have children entering Lange next year are asked to bring them to Lange School Friday at 1' o'clock. From there, they will be taken to the health office. Capps' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Capps. They will make their home on the Capps farm near Holland. » V • Book Cltfb Entertained Mrs. P. F. McCutchen was hostess to members of the Book Club of Steele "at a meeting Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Leyon Earls, a former member who has spent the past few months in Los Angeles, where her husband is stationed at an army camp, was again present. A report was given by Mrs. Robert Steele who was sent as a delegate to the state convention of federated clubs in Cape Girardeau last week. A salad plate was served during the social hour. • • — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaughn and daughter, Marilyn, of Memphis, arrived Sunday to spend two weeks here with relatives. Mr. Vaughn is employed -at the powder plant in Memphis. Miss Martha Bobbins is visiting friends in St. Louis. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry, who have been staying here with their grandfather; .left yesterday afternoon to join their parents in St: Louis to make their home. The children had stayed here until their parents were set- oer. Dance—Ben F. Rogers, chairman; Jim Jeffress, Maurice Malin, Fred Pierce. | Mayor W. D. Bvrd was appointed ex-officio member of all committees, in a supervisory capacity. It was decided to have an out- of-town speaker, with a military background if possible. A parade through town and out to the Armory will be held in the afternoon, with dedication ceremonies at the Armory. Bands and unit groups from Oaruthersville and Pemiscot County will be invited to participate in the parade. The dance will be held that evening, with all net proceeds to go to the Armory fund. The next meetin-. home of Mrs. June 8. will be in the Ward Garden, NOTICE Beta Members Elect Billy Browne President New members and new officers of the Blytheville High School chapter of the National Beta Club have been announced. The club, an honorary organization, selects its members Upon a basis of their scholarship, leadership and achievement. Billy Browne is the new president who will succeed Joe McClure. Philip Reed, vice president and Oswald Rainey, secretary and treasurer, are the other new officers. Retiring officers are Billy Jontz. vice president, and Albert Saliba, secretary and treasurer. New members of the group are: Hal Thompson, Joe Lintzenich, Everett Peterson, Bryce Layson, L. K. j Ashby, Harry Haines, Billy Eldredge, Prentis Holder and Oswald Rainey. Has Dell Bridge Club. Mrs. A. M. Heringer Jr., entertained the Bridge. Club at her home Wednesday night. At the conclusion of the games she served a dessert plate and iced drinks, j High .score prize was awarded to Mrs. Earl Brownlee and second high to Miss Neal Luckett. Mrs. Brownlee will entertain the club this Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. * * * Mrs. Noble Gill and son, Noble Jr., are visiting Mrs. Gill's parents in Grand Junction, La. Hermon Koehler, of Camp Robinson, was home on leave Thursday and Friday. Mrs. L. A. CutclifT and daughter, Melissa Anne, of Amory, Miss., are visiting Mrs. Cutcliff's father, M. F. Brownlee, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mull ins and son, James Wallace, are visiting their parents and friends in Comvay and Fayetteville for approximately two weeks. Mrs. Lester Gill and son, Lester Burl Jr.. who was born May 15 at Walls Hospital, returned Wednesday and are staying with Mrs. Gill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Magers, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson and The {petroleum industry found 1,963,983,CGO barrels of new oil during: 1942, or 564 ,-781,000 barrels more- than the''-lt404;l8^,000-: barrels of crude oil ; • produced- during the year. tied. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Miller and children. "Skipper" and "Buck," of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Badger of Cannalton, Ind., returned home over the week end after everal days' visit here with rela- ves. Wednesday 'The Perfect Snob 1 Jharlic Rugglcs, Charlotte Greenwood, Lynn Bari, Cornel Wilde Comedy and News Last Times Tonight Kioto-tit Honrr»oon Cm!** • RADIO Picture with Chartw "B*Hj" tWHS. ZaSi PITH Also Selected Shorts. Thursday & Friday The British have held the fortress, Rock of Gibraltar, since 17W. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital dmittod: Cok-man Threatt, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Kelly Mahan, city. Mrs. C. M. Oliver, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles lardin, city, a daughter. Dismissed: Mrs. B. T. Ladncr, city. Mr.s Matt Scruggs, city. Evelyn Marsh, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mt-lia Fay Saliba, city. Mrs. Thomas Walpole, Kennett VIo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Loui Georue of Osceola. a son. Memphis Baptist Hospital Steakley, Lepanto. Memphis McLcmore Clinic John West. Caruthersville. Mo. Thursday, Victory Nile $25.00 War Bond 'ICE-CAPADES' James Ellison, Jerry Colonnu, Dorothy Lewis Shorts and News -You GIRLS WHO SUFFER* If you suffer monthly cramps, backache, nervousness, distress of "Irregularities"—due to functional monthly disturbances—try Lydla E. Plnkhatn's Vegetable Compound at once! It's one medicine you can buy made especially /or women. Follow label directions. LIONEL ATWIIL UNA MEIKEL NATnNMfTON CUM MM ~Or»|i*«iJtirccn Play.jAl MfcrMn . DErtcftd by ,™ yOSgH H.1EWS AMUjp h>4«« fAW. MALVCTN lte A UNIVERSAL HCTURE Friday-Saturday Mat. Sal. 4:00 p.m. Paramount presents Clarence £. Mulford's 'Wide Open Town 1 featuring WILLIAM BOYD with Russell Hayden, Andy Clyde, Evelyn Brent, Victor Jory, Morris Ankrilm, Berr.ice Kay Chapt. 10 "Captain Midnight" & Shorts Saturday Midnite Sho\v 11 p.m. 'Citadel of Crime 1 Robert Armstrong;, Frank Albertson, Linda Hayes CH1CKASAW AVesl Main Near 21st St. Trices always lie and 22c Sat. starts 1Z:45; Sun. starts 1:4 Night shows G:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. Joint Class Meeting The nutrition class conducted b Miss Cova i.ee Colemnn will hav a combined meeting with the on taught by Mrs. Freeman Robinso Thursday night at the Home Eco * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP - ; Phone 491 _ Gtehcoe Hotel BIdg. We, the undersigned members of the Red Cross Instructors' Cla.ss in First Aid do hereby wish to express publicly our thanks to the following who have made possible our training: To Carl Ganske, who untiringly and with vision worked to fit himself to teach and who worked so faithfully in teaching us the Standard Cour.se and the Advanced Course in First Aid, without which we could not be eligible for the Instructors' Cour.se. To the Arkansas - Missouri Power Corporation which' made it possible for Mr. Ganske to receive his training in Jonesboro, and which has offered every assistance possible in the conduct of the two preliminary classes. To the Chickasawba Chapter of the Red Cross which lias set up the class and arranged for Mr. Hartshorn to come: from St. Louis as our teacher. To County Judgo- Roland Green who' has so kindly arranged for the use of the Court, Room for our classes. Furthermore: Be it resolved that copies of these resolutions be presented to each of the above mentioned with the added good wishes of the class to Mr. .Ganske who is leaving soon to join the armed forces of the United States. SIGNED: Delia Purtle W. N. Orr Mrs. W. N. Orr Mrs. W. S. Johnston E. M. Holt George M. Lee Mrs. Chas. Alford R. T. Reed D. C. Sutherland Mrs. Kathleen Thomas Mary Roney Terry Mrs. Robert Reichel Zola Craflon O. P. Rainey Mrs. O. P. Rainey John D. McDoweil Winnie Virgil Turner Chas. R. Percival George Cross. Jr. Bancroft Terry W. L! Graf ton Roy R. Rea ' lone George , Jewell .Lee /Pearl-vLce-:'-- Mrs. Charlie Wylie, Chairman !amouflage Is Subject Of University Study BURLINGTON, CVt. (UP)—The University of Vermont plans to de- ote much time to war-time cam- uflage at this summer's session. Three departments—geology, art ind psychology—will all attack the iroblem from tlifferent angles. eologist E. C. Jacogs hopes to find minerals from which chemists can extract colors. The art department will devote tself to the problem of conceal- nent and the psychology depart - nent will try to fool '..the mind by fooling the eye. Will Lead Prayer Service The Rev. J. H. Cakhvell, of Osceola, county missionary, will lead the prayer service at First Baptist Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. He is conducting the service in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. O. J. Chastain, who after attending the Southern Baptist Convention in San Antonio accompanied a group of ministers on a tour through Old Mexico. He is expected to return Friday. CONGRATULATI TO THE OFFICIALS OF BLYTHEVILLE —on the adoption of the STANDARD MILK ORDINANCE APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE! This mov e is indeed another step forward in the he alth program of Blytheville' and Mississippi County. ; '„ , i Thompson and Lindsay islands were removed from maps of the ncmics cottage. Miss Coleman's South Atlantic this year because class customarily meets at Lange both have vanished. They had been school but is giving up its regular meeting in order to join the other class fir Thursday night's lesson. Mrs. Robinson will teach the lesson on "Planning Balanced Meals Economically." listed since 1825. WQRUTS LARGEST SELLER AT lOt Last Times Today BUDDY NIGHT 2 for the price of 1 'BROADWAY LIMITED 1 —with— ! Victor McLa.gIon, Dennis O'Kccfe, j Palsy Kelly, Zasu Pills. \ Comedy—an all star short— "Blonds and Blunders" Trains At Great Lakes Hubert. Bray, 31, son of S. D. j Bray of Holland. Mo., who recently 1 enlisted in the U. S. Navy is now j undergoing recruit training at the i i U. S. Naval Training Station at] Great Lakes, 111. Upon completion • of this training he will either be i assigned for duty at sen or some other naval station, or retained tor further specialized training at. I one of the navy's many service schools. A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops In Northeast Arkansas. Read Courier News want ads. ! Phone 3202 Glencoc Bid?. Midwest Dairy Produts Co. —produces and distributes only Grade A Pasteurized Milk, produced under the supervision of the State Health Department meeting all the requirements of the Standard Milk Ordinance. We will welcome the opportunity to take anyone to our processing plant for inspection. Safeguard Your Health, Demand — ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Agnes Weeks announces that she will continue her Piano and Organ classes through June and July. For further information Call 2997 between 9 a. m. and 12. MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. phone 447 109 S. 5th St.

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