The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 8, 1946
Page 2
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r*GE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS .MONDAY, Al'KIF, 8, 1046 Band Members Honored With Banquet Friday Band Mothers w»re hostesses Prl- day^'night with a buifluet for 64 medjbers of the school band in the new- luiicn room at UK High School building. School colors, maroon and white, were carried out in decorations with maroon paper streamers arranged with white splrca placed aroijiid the center-of tables. White ciiulles burned In crystal holders aii«ri-. dcx:oraUoiiS were completed '.viirr I on- crystal bowls of Spring floujtrs and hand-made place cards. Invocation was given by Miss Julij Ann Woodson and the welcoming addreSS was by Harry Farr, retiring president. Stunts played were "gossip during ^thc meal," "Little Liza Jaiw," . 'yathering of the nuts," and "tie cutting," with Bill Williams .Jr.. ns the "cutter." A backward quartet was made up of Miss Mary Lou Joyuer. Jim Dates, 1-aN'elle Humphreys nnd Russell Phillips. They were" ted by Jlmmie Lowe. . Winners in the "balloon race" were Grady McOhee. Randall HLwks, Harry Pan- and Jlmm;. Henry. "Backward race" winners were Margery Hale and Bill Doolin. Hnrry Farr introducer! the ne» president. Bill Williams Jr. After a brief 'tcceptance speech, he in traduced the following new offirers: Jimmy Henry, vice president;. Miss Mary Lou Joyner, secretary. Miss Joan Shanks, treas urer nnd Benny Johnson, librarian.j Making arrangements for the banquet were Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs". Russell Farr, Mrs. Harry Fiiteius. Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. J. W. Shouse, Mrs. Rosto Ciafton, Mri E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. Marion Williams. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wll- soiv Henry anti Mr. and Mrs. Karl WndenpfuM. Mrs. Henry, former band leader, -was presented a elf*- by the ImAl. nnd Mr. Wadenpfuhl. new inst'nictor, spoke briefly. Helen Wheat Will Be Wed To Philip Mulcahy Mrs. V. I. Wheat announces the engagement and approaching uiar- riage of her daughter. .Miss Helen Wheat, lo Philip Mulcahy of Lynn Mass. The wedding Is to be solemnized July 1. . Miss Wheat was graduated from Blytheville High School and was employed at Blytheville Army Al 1 Field before going to, Lynn. wh*p s!\e' is employed. Mr. Mulcahy was graduated-from Cl:ussical High School, Lynn, and Burdette Collese. tl.e also is u veteran of service in World War II. Mrs. Robinson Hostess To P. E. 0. Members Mrs. C. A. Cunningham presented the program 'on "Our Heri- Inse /Mm Holland" Friday after- noQji at the Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting. Mrs. Freeman Rofemson was hostess to the mefr-.bers. ifi her (alk, Mrs, Cunningham strejwecl the heritage in art and shtKved the group picti/es of famous artists from Holland. She presented small prints to each member.. , The Robinson home, 1005 West Wirlnnt, was decorated with tangemenU of irises, tulips, spiraea and. other Spring flowers. A dessert course was served. Mf-s. Scherer Hostess ISTrs. Cornelius Scherer was hostess Friday afternoon with a rook, paF6y to • members of Friday Rook' Club nnd two other guests. Mrs. J. b. Smith' and Mrs. Jane Hay. During afternoon games, fco're prize went to Mrs. E. B. Chit^'COd "and second to Mrs Schcfcr. Krs. Neville Blakemoorc v.'« awarded rooko prize. Mrs. Chitwood was honored with a handkerchief shower In obser- vaiic; of her birthday. The Scherer home V.-RS decorated with irises nnd lily-of-the-vaHey for the occasion. A salad plate was served. Revival Meeting Now In Progress* at the ; Pilgrim Church • Highway 18, Pride AMltion Special Music and Good Gosptl Preaching r.VERYOXE IS INVlTF.n ./Mildred Whistle Engaged Entertains Bunco Club entcrt 31ub Friday I 'r.i. Herman ', a v, p einer roast. During Mrs. Bonnie Shftley entertained • \ v(el ' e embers of the Initial Club Fridnv I Jmm y the evening quiz game* with prizes going to ;rs and Mrs. Estes. n class members, a Miss Mildred Juanlta Whistle is the bride-elect of Richard Edwards Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Hamilton Whistle, of Elm C.rove and Wliislle- vllle plantations, announce the en- nt'ement al their daughter. Miss i.Moi'tnr Mildred JuanUn Whistle, to Rich-1Council. Doixas Class Meet Is Held at Church The Dorcas Sunday School class of First Baptist Church met Friday ututnoon at the church for a bus- ini-sii and social meeting u'lth Mrs. W. A. Maxwell and Mrs. Charles j Nc".v<:iimb, hostesses. Mrs. John .lohn.sotv WLIS in charge of the program. Mrs. W. M. Crowe led In prayer and gave- a brief talk op 'This History of the oorcas Class." The ck'Volionul, ''Trie Resurrection," uns given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens, who also closed the session with pniver. The class wus presented a gift of a large cake with [he words, "Cioil Bless the Dorcas Class." Inscribed on the lop. from Herbert Chiles. Mr. Chiles made this (jes- tmv in appreciation /or a box of candy sent, him 'by the class wlilU- hi 1 was in service. A sandwich plate wr>s served. Mi£. 11. 1>. Burrows was ;i gne.'it. FFA Weiner Roast Given Friday Night Thf Future Farmers of America, In tin.- niythi-ville llit;h School agrl- cullure club, had a hay-ride Friday ni'^ht. c-limj.vecl with a ..picnic at : Harllelcl. ' Club members and thoir dates : weir escorted by Mr. and Mrs. Free- j man Hobinson. Mr. Robinsuii is the ulturc instructor. Class Has Box Supper | The Pathfinder .Sunday School j elites of First Methodist Church t iiH-t I-'riclay niyht at the church for • a box supper. : Knfh woman took a box and the itH-ii pre.sent drew numbers to fie- j lermine thoir parf.ner for supper. Mrs. Alex Shelby was in charge of the entertainment, mid Mrs. Wil] liiim Wyalt. led gaines. A enesl was t!ic Rev. S. B. Wil- Durinfc' games, bunco prize went to Mrs. Bilbo Salcup, a guest, and high to Mrs. J. T. Stalcup. Low urlw was awarded Mrs. Donald Aycock. Tlic May home was decorated with mixed Spring flowers. A sandwich plate with Iced drinks was M'rved. Have Hay-Ride, Picnic Jmikm Leaders of the Y had a liiiy-rldc Thursday night, climaxed with a picnic at Barfield. They were chaperoned by Miss Alice Saliba, V program director, nnd Miss Almeda Uerry. Blythe- vill,- Hisli School staff member. Son Born Saturday Bits'of News ? personal Castle Heights Military Ac Lebanon, Tenn., spent the w here with his mother, Mrs. N. M. Moore. :ademy. ranecmcnts for a patty which was reckend given recently honoring students re- Tom Halter Is undergoing treatment at Elytheville Hospital af- Ic-r having become ill. Miss Mable Hogan is undergoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Nfiss Dorothy Jean Higginson underwent an emergenc'y appendicitis operation Saturday afternoon at Blytheville Hospital. Her condi- ] lion is satisfactory. Staff Sijrgt. Finis M. Hardy, son oC Mrs. J. W. Hardy, has arrived in New York and is en route to Jefferson Barracks to receive his discharge. He is a veteran ol H months service in France and Germany and has been awarded the Bronze Star. Miss Vivlenne Moore spent last i week Is Csceola as guest, off her , cousins. Miss Betty Jean and Mi- Martha Ann Moore. Condition of Abncr Ashcraft n'nv is Improving. He is, at Walls Hospital following a Highway Gl accident nearly two weeks ago in '.s'hiL-h he was critically injured. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Horum and Mrs. Elizabeth Greene had a.s their guests for the weekend. Miss Kathryn Greene of Cape Oirardeau. Mo,, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Greene. in that hall who had a high Mt'oa.sUo average. She is the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Max Borowsky of Ntamtu. who were joined yesterday by Mrs. Mi- Mrs. Zeph O'Brien o! Bloomfield, ,Mo., is spending several days here , . and Mrs. Norman Stone, of; as guests of the children of her' ' Mary Oreene's brother. Walter Burlingame. and Mrs. Burllngain'r, Frenchman's Bayou, are parents of n sun born Saturday afternoon at niythevills Hospital. The baby has been named Norman Milled Stone Jr. Mrs. Slune is the former Dorothy C/ill of Dell. "•» * * | Pa rents Of Daughter late son, Pvt. John O'Brien, killed in action during the war. They are Gene. Mary Louise and John O'Brien. Mrs. O'Brien, who lived Columbus, Ohio. Miss Greene, recently returned from long ovcv- Mr, mid Mrs. Wilbur Leon Lane an' parent.s tjf a daughter bora la.-,l night at lllytlievjlle Hospital. Phi' has been named Barbara :erc many years, has been in Chi- Mlss^cago dining the winter with her daughter, the former Miss Mary O'Brien, and will leave later ihis month for an extended stay in California. Mrs. R. C. Malone returned yesterday to her home in Cleveland. .seas service as a member of thi Army Nurse Corps, now is arislhe- tist pital. Condition of Mrs, Kelly Springer, who has been critically ill at Walls Hospital, Is steadily Improving. Do You Suffer CRAMPS HEADACHE BACKACHE On"CERTAIN DAYS" of the month? ; elation of Women Students, Hoots iinii Saddle Club, Young Women's! lord. Christian Association. Sophomore] ' Board and i'nn-h«-Hrnic | , issjppi Clnmty Mr. EcHvnrds, son of the late Mrs. ard Qernld Edwards Jr., son Richard Gerald Edwards. Plans of the wedding will announced later. Trie bride-to-be was graduated from Dell High School, where ac- of She was chosen Delta Gnmnu's, Kiluarcls, was (jrudual&l from Clu swcetheui't duriiu.; her junlur | ti c Rock High School, where n antt senior veurs. i member of Theta Knppa Omcgn, Since r>.er graduation Miss Whts- i national high school fraternity. He c has nuule her Home with her j at(er,rte,| Russellvlllc Technical ! School and University of Georgia, be tive In social and scholastic ac- lie parents. ' She is the ninti'rnnl g>".\utklAU«h- j Athens. Mrs. Lane is the former ."huiry Lucius. To Re PTA Speaker Juck Finley Robinson will be len s])eakcr Louiorrow alterncKin t!ie SL-nior Parent Tcachei 1 As- ciiiUoti meet :\i the school. Mi", Robinson will snr-ak on "Schools of England, "There will :i be special musical numbers. Joy Class Has Party Mr. and Mrs. Tim Estes were and hostess Friday night to 14 members of the Joy Class of Lake Street Mfthodist Church with Miss., after having spent several days here with her sister, Mrs. Hush Mack Wheat, and family. She came especially for the wedding of her niece. Miss Verna Wheat, and Harold Wood, solemn- i/ed Friday afternoon, Hugh Nelson Thompson Jr.. returned yesterday to his home in Cleveland, Miss., '.ifter several days slay here with his aunt. Mrs. Samuel R Morris 1 , and other relatives. Cadet DavUi Moore, student at FLUSH KIDNEY URIM .RRnciil wonderfully from famous c'octar's cuscovery thai relieves backache, run-down feeling due to excess acidity in the urine People everywhere arc finding amazinj relief from pajuFitl symptoms of bladder In Elation causud by tvcfss acidity in ihe urine. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT acts fast on the kidneys To ease discomfort by promoting llic How of urine. 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